Tours and workshops for groups

The Museum Barberini offers guided tours for up to 20 people in German, Englisch, French, Italian, Spanish, and Russian.

Tours on specific topics (50 minutes): € 90 per group plus admission p. p.
A €5 surcharge per group will be added to foreign language tours.

Workshops incl. guided tour for adults (120 minutes): € 220 per group plus admission p. p.


Contact

Monday to Friday: 9 a.m.–7 p.m.
Saturday/Sunday: 9 a.m.–3 p.m.

T +49 331 236014-499
besucherservice@museum-barberini.com

Please reserve tours and/or workshops at least two weeks in advance.

Tour: Behind the Mask: Artists in the GDR
29. Okt 2017 bis 4. Feb 2018
Duration 50 min.
Maximum group size 20
Cost per group € 90 plus admission
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Willi Sitte: Woman Leaning, 1957, Museum Barberini, © VG BILD-KUNST, Bonn 2017

Willi Sitte: Woman Leaning, 1957, Museum Barberini, © VG BILD-KUNST, Bonn 2017

29. Okt 2017 bis 4. Feb 2018
Duration 50 min.
Maximum group size 20
Cost per group € 90 plus admission
Willi Sitte: Woman Leaning, 1957, Museum Barberini, © VG BILD-KUNST, Bonn 2017

Willi Sitte: Woman Leaning, 1957, Museum Barberini, © VG BILD-KUNST, Bonn 2017

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Tour: Between the Exhibitions
Feb 7 to Feb 21, 2018
Duration 50 min.
Maximum group size 20
Cost per group € 90 plus admission
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Feb 7 to Feb 21, 2018
Duration 50 min.
Maximum group size 20
Cost per group € 90 plus admission
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Group Tour: Max Beckmann. The World as a Stage
Feb. 24 – June 10, 2018

From the early 1920s to his death in 1950, Max Beckmann’s work was characterized by motifs dealing with performers: Vaudeville and fun fair acts, acrobats, clowns, and actors. His powerful art remains as relevant today as it was at the time he created it. Beckmann’s paintings convey the fundamental experience of modern times and prompt each individual viewer to question the figures and examine his or her own role in the theater of life.
The tour presents an overview of the exhibition and illustrates central aspects using selected works as examples.

Mo, We-Su 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Duration 50 min.
Maximum group size 20
Cost per group € 90 plus admission
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The tour presents an overview of the exhibition and illustrates central aspects using selected works as examples.

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Mo, We-Su 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Duration 50 min.
Maximum group size 20
Cost per group € 90 plus admission
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Workshop with tour: Max Beckmann. Welttheater
Feb. 24 – June 10, 2018

From the early 1920s to his death in 1950, Max Beckmann’s work was characterized by motifs dealing with performers: Vaudeville and fun fair acts, acrobats, clowns, and actors. His powerful art remains as relevant today as it was at the time he created it. Beckmann’s paintings convey the fundamental experience of modern times and prompt each individual viewer to question the figures and select which role they will play in the theater of life.
In the hands-on studio workshop that follows the tour we will reproduce motifs and techniques used in the original works to create our own pieces.

An important part of the collection at the Museum Barberini are paintings by East German artists. One of the most famous artists was Wolfgang Mattheuer, whose work allows us to engage with the art of the past and the present.

Duration 50 min.
Maximum group size 20
Cost per group € 90 plus admission
Book a tour

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In the hands-on studio workshop that follows the tour we will reproduce motifs and techniques used in the original works to create our own pieces.

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In the hands-on studio workshop that follows the tour we will reproduce motifs and techniques used in the original works to create our own pieces.

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Fastnacht/Carnival, 1920,
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An important part of the collection at the Museum Barberini are paintings by East German artists. One of the most famous artists was Wolfgang Mattheuer, whose work allows us to engage with the art of the past and the present.

Duration 50 min.
Maximum group size 20
Cost per group € 90 plus admission
Book a tour