Your visit to the Deutschlandmuseum

Dear visitor,

Thank you for your interest in the Deutschlanduseum!

Welcome to the information page of our website. Here you will find everything you need to know to prepare for your visit to the Deutschlandmuseum: directions, opening hours, tickets and prices!

The Deutschlandmuseum is open daily from 10 am to 8 pm, including Sundays. Experience history with all your senses and to immerse yourself in the past.

We look forward to welcoming you!

Open daily:
even on holidays

10-20 h
365 days a year


The Deutschlandmuseum is located at Leipziger Platz, next to Potsdamer Platz, in Berlin-Mitte. The location is ideal, because the access by car, bus or public transport is simple. Underground garages and parking spaces for buses are within walking distance.


We offer time slot tickets to ensure the best possible experience. We recommend buying your ticket in advance to avoid waiting times. Tickets can be purchased both online and at the box office. Tickets can be purchased both online and at the museum.


Adults: 11-21 €

Concessions: €8-14.50


Leipziger Platz 7
10117 Berlin-Mitte

S/U/Bus Potsdamer Platz,
Exit Leipziger Platz

Parking spaces

Mall of Berlin parking garage
Entrance via Voßstraße or Wilhelmstraße

Parking garage Potsdamer PlatzEntrance via LinkstraßeLudwig-Beck-Straße or Schellingstraße

Parking garage Sony Center
Entry via Ben-Gurion-Straße or Bellevuestraße

Bus parking

Bus parking lot
Gabriele-Tergit-Promenade /Reichpietschufer

Mauerstraße 69/Leipziger Straße

Bus parking lot

The Deutschlandmuseum in Berlin is well located in Berlin-Mitte on Leipziger Platz, right next to Potsdamer Platz. Parking (car and bus) as well as public transportation (S/U/Bus Potsdamer Platz) are within easy walking distance.

At the Deutschlandmuseum in Berlin, you have the opportunity to experience over 2,000 years of German history. What makes it special is that the multi-dimensional design turns the visit into an immersive experience that gets under your skin. Realistic, life-size exhibits and use of smells as well as sounds are just a few examples that make the visit unique.