The Long Night of Museums is a night long walk through Berlin’s exhibitions and museum halls. It is a biannual event (March and August), yet I recommend the summer one. Walking through museums in a breeze Berlin summer night is both a pleasure and an adventure. However, you do have a choice of a spring or a summer night walk. No matter which season you choose, the opening hours are the same-from 6 pm to 2 am. The night is always a saturday or a sunday and this years’ dates are 16th of March and 31st of August.

This year’s theme runs under the slogan “Destroyed Diversity” and it marks the 30 years of the  Nazi’s rise in Germany, which brought the destruction of culture, art, diversity, and tolerance.

Over a hundred museums take part in this event by giving the wonderful opportunity to locals and visitors alike to be part of Berlin’s cultural life for a night. The art scene takes up to 400 square kilometers, that is mostly visited by big groups of people. There is an event for all age groups, including readings and theatre performance. It’s not just a visually pleasant event, it is fun, educational and cool.

And when I said a walk, I didn’t literary meant walk 400 km in one night; thankfully the provided shuttles take the participants from one museum wonder to another.

Tickets were made available after the 18th of February, with an average entry price of 18 euro.

Hello Berlin explorers, I am Tia (short for Teodora, 28) and I am very excited to share my unique and local experience of this amazing city. I've lived all over the German capital and I am a big fan of each and every borough. I hope, through my reviews, you will get to experience the true Berlin and become a fan as well.



How to buy tickets?

Click on the buy tickets now link below!

Register Now

Fees : 18 euro