Museum of Photography in Berlin (locally known as Museum für Fotografie) attracts photographers and photography enthusiasts worldwide.
It is a small museum with 2,000 square meters of photographs, exhibitions, and insights into the history of photography, including works and cameras by world-renowned Helmut Newton.
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What to expect at Photography Museum
Berlin’s Museum of Photography has two parts – the Helmut Newton Foundation, which occupies the two lower floors, and Kunstbibliothek’s Collection of Photography on the second floor.
The Helmut Newton Foundation presents its popular permanent exhibition ‘Helmut Newton’s Private Property’, and many other individual collections on the German-Australian photographer’s work.
Kunstbibliothek’s Collection presents a series of rotating exhibitions that explore the medium of photography.
Over a million people have visited this museum in the last five years, demonstrating the never-ending appeal of looking at life through a lens.
Museum of Photography’s tickets
Since this is a Skip the Line ticket, you can avoid the lines at the ticket counter.
On the day of your visit, you can show the Museum of Photography ticket on your mobile and walk in.
You can cancel this ticket up to 24 hours in advance to receive a full refund.
Regular ticket (18+ years): €10
Reduced ticket (with ID): €5
For students and disabled visitors
Youth ticket (up to 17 years): Free
Only in combination with a regular ticket or reduced ticket
From Tuesday to Sunday, the Museum of Photography in Berlin is open from 11 am to 7.
It remains closed on Monday.
How to reach
Museum of Photography / Helmut Newton Foundation’s address is
2, Jebensstraße, 10623, Berlin. Get Directions
It is best to get there using public transport.
U-Bahn: Kurfürstendamm, Zoologischer Garten
S-Bahn: Zoologischer Garten
Bus: Kurfürstendamm, Zoologischer Garten
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