Visit Berlin in the Long Night of Museums
From a small idea into a major event. On the last Saturday in January and August up to 120 museums, art collections, archives and memorials open until well into the night to the public.
In Berlin invented, the Long Night of Museums is now held in many other German cities. Since 1997, over 100 open exhibition spaces, galleries and memorials open their doors in Berlin to the public until very late. On the evening before the International Museum Day, it is celebrated in front of the Berlin palace and other cultural institutions. Be there and enjoy this major cultural event with different offers and programs.
Experience culture at the Long Night of Museums in Berlin
In order to reach the venues quickly and easily, the participating cultural institutions are providing shuttle buses on seven routes. A major connection point is at the Kulturforum at Potsdamer Platz, where 6 bus routes come together and you can visit among others, the Museum of Decorative Arts or the Copper Plate Gallery. The seventh bus tour opens up the southern part of Berlin and there discover the Planetarium, the Energy Museum and the Memorial at Marienfelde. If you are interested in history, you can visit the famous Pergamon Museum, the New and the Old Museum on the Spree Island and the German Historical Museum on Kupfergraben. Art lovers will love the Old and New National Gallery and the Picture Gallery.
Programme and Accommodation
The Long Night of Museums in Berlin offers the extended museum entrance and a colorful supporting program, which is aimed at families. First and foremost are the children's museum Labyrinth in Wedding district and the Machmit! (join in) Museum at Prenzlauer Berg. Here are craft activities and exciting demonstrations on the program. Adults can expect at various venue dance and theater performances, readings and concerts.
The relexa hotel Stuttgarter Hof in the heart of Berlin is an ideal accommodation for guests traveling to the Long Night of Museums. The relexa hotel is just a few minutes walk from the Kulturforum at Potsdamer Platz. Even venues like the Martin-Gropius-Bau or the Movie Museum can be rached quickly from here on foot.
To ensure you can visit as many places as possible, a special shuttle bus service plan during the opening times of the museums is provided. Visit the official website to get more detailed information on the Long Night of Museums. Participating museums and exhibitions can be found already very close to the relexa hotel Berlin, such as the Martin-Gropius-Bau. We would love to welcome you to the relaxa hotel during the Long Night of Museums.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact us. Our team at the relexa hotel will be happy to assist you with any questions about directions, prices and much more. Please call +49 (0) 30 - 264830 or by email email@example.com.