Guided visit at the Museum in der Kulturbrauerei in Berlin with accessibility-icons.

Welcome to the Museum in der Kulturbrauerei! On this page you’ll find all the important information on barrier-free access to the museum and our exhibitions. We aspire to make visiting our exhibition as easy and pleasant as possible for all our guests. If you wish to book a group guided visit we would be glad to hear a little about your group in advance to make certain we get everything right to make your visit enjoyable.

Visitor Services

Mo-Fr: 9 a.m.–4 p.m.


Phone: +49 (0) 30 46 77 77 9-11
E-Mail: besucherdienst-berlin(at)

Getting here and Access

The easiest way to reach the museum is via Knaackstrasse. The main entrance is only a few metres from the road – in the entrance to the Kulturbrauerei. Barrier-free access is located to the left of the main museum entrance. Access to the temporary exhibitions area is likewise barrier-free. You can also reach the museum via Sredzkistrasse. Please note that in this case you will have about 100 metres of cobblestones to navigate before reaching the museum.

Using local public transport, you can take the underground line (U-Bahn) U2 to “Eberswalder Strasse”, where there are lifts. Taking the M1 and tram 12, alight at the “Eberswalder Strasse” tram stop. There are no steps to climb getting on or off the tram. The museum is about 300 metres from the stops. Taking the M10, also alight at “Eberswalder Strasse”, but in this case the exit in the direction of “Nordbahnhof” is not barrier-free.

On the Kulturbrauerei grounds there are barrier-free parking spaces free of charge for cars and minibuses. You must register to be able to drive on the grounds. Please inform Visitor Services accordingly. Minibuses and cars can stop at Knaackstrasse 97 only a few metres from the museum entrance. Large coaches can stop in Sredzkistrasse, where the museum’s main entrance is only 100 metres away, albeit over cobblestones. The pay-for car park at the Kulturbrauerei is not barrier-free and there are no barrier-free parking spaces.

Inside the Museum

All our exhibitions as well as the events and seminar rooms can be reached by lift. Access to the lift is on the ground floor opposite the Studio (from the barrier-free entrance go straight up the ramp and then turn left). In the permanent exhibition, the lift can be found next to the staircase entrances/exits. The gallery for temporary exhibitions is also barrier-free. 

The barrier-free WC is located on the ground floor of the museum close to the Information Desk. Please note that there are unfortunately no toilets in the permanent exhibition or temporary exhibitions.

Wheelchairs and walking sticks can be borrowed free of charge from the Information Desk. If you use a hearing aid and are taking part in a group guided visit, please ask the guide or the Information Desk staff for an inductive neck loop. In the right-hand area of the exhibition on the first floor there are light folding stools that you can use as a support or seat throughout the exhibition.

Guide dogs and assistance dogs are permitted inside the museum and the exhibitions.

Please feel free to take your medication with you into the exhibition.

Inclusive Services in the Exhibitions

You can borrow walking sticks or a light wheelchair free of charge from the Information Desk. In the right-hand area of the exhibition on the first floor there are light folding stools that you can use as a support or seat throughout the exhibition.

Guide dogs and white sticks are permitted inside the exhibitions and the museum. A list of objects that can be touched by hand along with white gloves can be obtained from the Information Desk. Moreover, we provide a pick-up service from the “Eberswalder Strasse” stop for those coming by public transport. Please inform Visitor Services in advance if you wish for such assistance.

On our guided visits we use group guidance systems that are perfectly suitable for people who use a hearing aid. There are also inductive neck loops available for the guided visits. Please contact your guide.

Contact Visitor Services to book a free group guided visit of the exhibition in simple language. We also offer various educational services for visitors with learning difficulties.

We take into account the needs of participants with disabilities on our group guided visits. Please contact us in advance so that we can get everything right for your group.