Paul Signac: The Port at sunset, Opus 236 (Saint-Tropez), detail, 1892, Hasso Plattner Collection

Impressionism: The Hasso Plattner Collection

Gustave Caillebotte: Rue Halévy, Seen from the Sixth Floor (detail), 1878, Oil on canvas, 59.5 x 73 cm, Hasso Plattner Collection

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Ilja Repin: On the Fieldrain. Vera Repina with her Children (detail), 1879, oil on canvas, The State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow

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Dear visitors,

we are pleased to welcome you back to the Museum Barberini.

Your health and that of the staff of the Museum Barberini remain our highest priority. In order to make your visit as pleasant, but also as safe, as possible we have developed comprehensive safety and hygiene measures, which have been carefully coordinated with the relevant authorities of the state of Brandenburg and the city of Potsdam. The preventive measures for infection protection include a reduction of the number of visitors and the regulation of admission times with timeslot tickets, which are only available online, optimized visitor guidance throughout the museum as well as the increased disinfection of sensitive areas.

Despite the necessary safety measures, we wish you an inspiring encounter with the works of Impressionism of the Hasso Plattner Collection. Stay healthy!

Please understand that we currently can only offer a strictly limited number of tickets and that we make the tickets available online daily for up to 21 days in advance. Tickets for the current exhibitions are currently available – including to Barberini Friends or visitors who are entitled to free admission upon verification – online only by booking a timeslot.
By purchasing an online ticket, you book a fixed timeslot for your entry to the museum. In this manner, you help us better regulate the admission of all visitors. If you are entitled to free admission via a membership or upon verification, you can reserve a zero-euro ticket for your visit in our online shop free of charge.

Visiting the Museum
For everyone’s benefit, please visit the Museum Barberini only if you feel healthy. Due to the regulations pertaining to the handling of the SARS-CoV-2 virus and COVID-19 in Brandenburg, we are obliged to document your first and last names, telephone number and e-mail address in a list of attendance for the purpose of contact tracking. The Museum Barberini retains the lists of attendance for a period of four weeks in compliance with data-protection regulations and destroys them after the retention period ends.

In the museum, we ask you to observe the distancing rule of at least 1.5 meters, to use a mouth-nose covering and to follow the hygiene rules as signposted. If you do not have a mask, you can buy a disposable mask at the museum’s cash desk. Our supervisors ensure that there are only as many people in the individual exhibition rooms as necessary to maintain distancing as required.

Lockers and audio guide rental devices are currently not available. Please drop off your jackets and bags at our wardrobe and use the free Barberini app on your own smartphone for an audio tour. The museum shop and the museum café are open. Please pay attention to the prescribed hygiene measures there as well.

If you have any questions about your museum visit, feel free to contact our visitor service: 0331 236 014 -499 (Monday to Friday 10 am to 7 pm, Saturday and Sunday 10 am to 3 pm).