The Berggruen Museum houses one of the most important art collections of classical modernism by a who’s who of contemporary artists.
It is home to the once-private art collection of patron Heinz Berggruen.
Berggruen showcases works of master artists such as Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Paul Klee, Georges Braque, Paul Cézanne, Alberto Giacometti, and others.
There are around 120 Pablo Picasso masterpieces at Berggruen Museum.
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Highlights of the Berggruen Museum
- Over 120 paintings by Pablo Picasso – from his early to late works
- 70 works by Paul Klee including Den Fischen Läuten
- Sculptures by Alberto Giacometti, including Stray Cats
- Works by Cézanne, Van Gogh, Braque, Matisse and a selection of African art objects
- Bettina Berggruen garden – with sculptures by the artist Thomas Schütte
- The staircase and dome of the main building
Museum Berggruen’s tickets
This Berggruen Museum ticket gives you complete access to all permanent and temporary exhibitions.
When you purchase a ticket for the Berggruen Museum, you also get entry to all special exhibitions and the Scharf- Gerstenberg collection.
Since this is a Skip the line ticket, you can avoid lines at the ticket counter and walk through the entrance.
Guests can go for the optional audio guide available in English and German.
You can cancel this ticket up to 24 hours in advance to receive a full refund.
The Bettina Berggruen Garden is accessible to the public during museum opening times.
Cost of tickets
Regular ticket (18+ years): €10
Reduced ticket (with ID): €5
For students and disabled visitors
Youth ticket (up to 17 years): Free entry
Only in combination with a regular ticket or reduced ticket
How to reach Berggruen Museum
Museum Berggruen is located opposite Charlottenburg Palace.
Its address is Schloßstraße 1, 14059, Berlin. Get Directions
It is best to take public transport to reach the museum.
U-Bahn: Sophie-Charlotte-Platz, Richard-Wagner-Platz
Bus: Schloß Charlottenburg, Luisenplatz / Schloß Charlottenburg
Museum Berggruen’s timings
From Tuesday to Friday, Museum Berggruen opens at 10 am and closes at 6 pm, and on weekends it opens at 11 am and closes at 6 pm.
The art museum remains closed on Mondays.
The last entry is one hour before closure.
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