Tours and workshops

Our guided tours and workshops suitable for all ages and interests invitevisitors to discover more about the themes explored in our exhibition. We regularly host the following events:

Public guided tour for adults: daily 11am, 12 pm, 3 pm, additionally on Thursdays 5 pm (booking on the ticket counter)
Art workshops for children: Saturdays 11 am, Sundays 3 pm
Child-led tours for children: First Sunday of every month, 3 pm
Art for new parents: First Wednesday of every month, 11 am
Guided tour in English: First Sunday of every month, 2 pm
Yoga and meditation: First Sunday of every month, 9:30am


For school classes and kindergarten groups we provide the opportunity to schedule an educational program outside normal opening hours, Mondays to Fridays from 9–11 a.m. We invite teachers to attend professional development sessions on the current exhibition.


The entire museum is handicap accessible. The Barberini Museum offers special guided tours for people with disabilities.

For Friends

For Friends only
Van Gogh and the Flowers
Special Guided Tour

Van Gogh’s floral still lifes from a botanical and art-historical perspective
Dr. Michael Burkart, Curator at the Botanical Gardens of the University of Potsdam
Andrea Schmidt, art historian, Museum Barberini

Poppies, lilacs, gladioli, peonies, zinnias—sunflowers were not the only blooms in Van Gogh’s work. The artist painted his first floral pieces in Paris and found the experience liberating. From then on, he abandoned dark backgrounds and discovered vibrant colors. He used many different flowers to experiment with color contrasts, enliven motifs, and dissolve pictorial space. Botanist Dr. Michael Burkart and art historian Andrea Schmidt will discuss these sumptuous floral arrangements and colorful blossoming branches, which still fascinate us more than 130 years after their creation.

Thursday, January 16, 2020, January 30, 2020
5 p.m. (50 min.)

3 €, exclusively for Barberini Friends

Early booking is recommended.

In cooperation with the Botanical Gardens of the University of Potsdam

Tickets

Vincent Van Gogh, Blossoming Chestnut Branches, 1890, Emil Bührle Collection, Zurich

Vincent Van Gogh, Blossoming Chestnut Branches, 1890, Emil Bührle Collection, Zurich

Special Guided Tour

Van Gogh’s floral still lifes from a botanical and art-historical perspective
Dr. Michael Burkart, Curator at the Botanical Gardens of the University of Potsdam
Andrea Schmidt, art historian, Museum Barberini

Poppies, lilacs, gladioli, peonies, zinnias—sunflowers were not the only blooms in Van Gogh’s work. The artist painted his first floral pieces in Paris and found the experience liberating. From then on, he abandoned dark backgrounds and discovered vibrant colors. He used many different flowers to experiment with color contrasts, enliven motifs, and dissolve pictorial space. Botanist Dr. Michael Burkart and art historian Andrea Schmidt will discuss these sumptuous floral arrangements and colorful blossoming branches, which still fascinate us more than 130 years after their creation.

Thursday, January 16, 2020, January 30, 2020
5 p.m. (50 min.)

3 €, exclusively for Barberini Friends

Early booking is recommended.

In cooperation with the Botanical Gardens of the University of Potsdam

Vincent Van Gogh, Blossoming Chestnut Branches, 1890, Emil Bührle Collection, Zurich

Vincent Van Gogh, Blossoming Chestnut Branches, 1890, Emil Bührle Collection, Zurich

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For Friends only
Special Anniversary Tours
Sunday, January 19, 2020

On this Sunday, the Museum Barberini will be celebrating its second birthday. We will be offering a free tour through the museum and a glass of sparkling wine to all our Barberini Friends and those who become members on this day.
Tours begin on the hour between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m.

Sunday, January 19, 2020
10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Foyer

Vincent van Gogh, Flowers in a Blue Vase, 1887, Oil on canvas, 61,5 x 38,5 cm, Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo, The Netherlands

Vincent van Gogh, Flowers in a Blue Vase, 1887, Oil on canvas, 61,5 x 38,5 cm, Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo, The Netherlands

Sunday, January 19, 2020

On this Sunday, the Museum Barberini will be celebrating its second birthday. We will be offering a free tour through the museum and a glass of sparkling wine to all our Barberini Friends and those who become members on this day.
Tours begin on the hour between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m.

Sunday, January 19, 2020
10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Foyer

Vincent van Gogh, Flowers in a Blue Vase, 1887, Oil on canvas, 61,5 x 38,5 cm, Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo, The Netherlands

Vincent van Gogh, Flowers in a Blue Vase, 1887, Oil on canvas, 61,5 x 38,5 cm, Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo, The Netherlands

For Kids & Families

Barberini Kids › Children’s Art Activities
A Creative, Hands-on Way to Encounter Art
Tour and Workshop

Every Saturday at 11 a.m. and Sunday at 3 p.m., at the same time as the public tours for adults, children (ages 5–10) can discover art for themselves. First they encounter original works of art in the exhibition. After that, they can express their own creativity in our studio while their parents have more time to enjoy art themselves.

Duration: 120 min
Costs: € 3 per child
Every Saturday at 11 a.m. and Sunday at 3 p.m.
Please reserve tickets for children’s art activities in advance on our website or at the ticket desk in the museum.

Meeting is in the foyer.

Please note that if parents wish to accompany or pick up their children in the basement studio, they will need an entrance ticket.

Tickets

© Museum Barberini/Henry Balaszeskul

© Museum Barberini/Henry Balaszeskul

Tour and Workshop

Every Saturday at 11 a.m. and Sunday at 3 p.m., at the same time as the public tours for adults, children (ages 5–10) can discover art for themselves. First they encounter original works of art in the exhibition. After that, they can express their own creativity in our studio while their parents have more time to enjoy art themselves.

Duration: 120 min
Costs: € 3 per child
Every Saturday at 11 a.m. and Sunday at 3 p.m.
Please reserve tickets for children’s art activities in advance on our website or at the ticket desk in the museum.

Meeting is in the foyer.

Please note that if parents wish to accompany or pick up their children in the basement studio, they will need an entrance ticket.

© Museum Barberini/Henry Balaszeskul

© Museum Barberini/Henry Balaszeskul

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Barberini Kids › Children Guide Children
Art at Eye Level

On the first Sunday of every month, kids will present their favorite paintings. Our Kidsguides take other children ages 5 through 12 on a tour of the current exhibition. They explain how the artists chose their subject matter and why they depicted it the way they did – and much more!
Tour
Duration: 30 min.

Cost: € 3 per child

On the first Sunday in every month, 3 p.m.

Tickets

Kids Guides, photo: Helge Mundt

Kids Guides, photo: Helge Mundt

On the first Sunday of every month, kids will present their favorite paintings. Our Kidsguides take other children ages 5 through 12 on a tour of the current exhibition. They explain how the artists chose their subject matter and why they depicted it the way they did – and much more!
Tour
Duration: 30 min.

Cost: € 3 per child

On the first Sunday in every month, 3 p.m.

Kids Guides, photo: Helge Mundt

Kids Guides, photo: Helge Mundt

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Barberini Kids › Art for New Parents
Encounter Art with the Smallest Visitors
Tours for parents with babies

On the first Wednesday of every month at 11 a.m., new parents and their babies (0–1 year) can team up with a guide to talk about art in a relaxed setting. Baby buggies are available.

Discussion
Duration: 50 min.

Cost: € 3 plus admission

On the first Wednesday of every month,11 a.m.

Tickets

© Museum Barberini Potsdam

© Museum Barberini Potsdam

Tours for parents with babies

On the first Wednesday of every month at 11 a.m., new parents and their babies (0–1 year) can team up with a guide to talk about art in a relaxed setting. Baby buggies are available.

Discussion
Duration: 50 min.

Cost: € 3 plus admission

On the first Wednesday of every month,11 a.m.

© Museum Barberini Potsdam

© Museum Barberini Potsdam

Tickets

Barberini Kids › Art Birthday
Art Birthday

Birthday activities for kids and teens (up to age 18) with a guided tour through the exhibition, followed by a hands-on artmaking workshop led by one of our art educators.

Guided Tour and Workshop
Duration: 120 minutes
€ 110

available Friday to Sunday, from 2 p.m.
Other times on request

Please contact the visitor service at 0331-236014-499 for booking.

© Museum Barberini Potsdam / Frank Nürnberger

© Museum Barberini Potsdam / Frank Nürnberger

Birthday activities for kids and teens (up to age 18) with a guided tour through the exhibition, followed by a hands-on artmaking workshop led by one of our art educators.

Guided Tour and Workshop
Duration: 120 minutes
€ 110

available Friday to Sunday, from 2 p.m.
Other times on request

Please contact the visitor service at 0331-236014-499 for booking.

© Museum Barberini Potsdam / Frank Nürnberger

© Museum Barberini Potsdam / Frank Nürnberger

For Adults

Art along the river
every first Saturday of the month, 2 p.m.

Entdecken Sie die Kunst in Potsdam bei einem Stadtspaziergang entlang der Havel. „Kunst am Fluss“ ist eine Initiative der Potsdamer Kunsthäuser Museum Barberini, Kunstraum Potsdam und Villa Schöningen. Sie alle sowie das museum FLUXUS+ und das Potsdam Museum liegen entlang der Havel – verbunden durch das Wasser und den Skulpturenpfad „Walk of Modern Art“. Im Rahmen des geführten Rundgangs „Kunst am Fluss“ präsentieren sich die fünf Museen ganz persönlich. In den Häusern wird das Kunsterlebnis anhand von Exponaten konkret greifbar. Vom Museum Barberini und dem Potsdam Museum am Alten Markt geht es zu Fuß entlang des „Walk of Modern Art“, der zu Gesprächen über künstlerische Positionen einlädt, zum Kulturstandort Schiffbauergasse. Nach einem Blick in den Kunstraum Potsdam und das museum FLUXUS+ fahren Sie mit der Tram zur Villa Schöningen an der Glienicker Brücke, wo der Rundgang endet.

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© Museum Barberini, Foto Helge Mundt

© Museum Barberini, Foto Helge Mundt

every first Saturday of the month, 2 p.m.

Entdecken Sie die Kunst in Potsdam bei einem Stadtspaziergang entlang der Havel. „Kunst am Fluss“ ist eine Initiative der Potsdamer Kunsthäuser Museum Barberini, Kunstraum Potsdam und Villa Schöningen. Sie alle sowie das museum FLUXUS+ und das Potsdam Museum liegen entlang der Havel – verbunden durch das Wasser und den Skulpturenpfad „Walk of Modern Art“. Im Rahmen des geführten Rundgangs „Kunst am Fluss“ präsentieren sich die fünf Museen ganz persönlich. In den Häusern wird das Kunsterlebnis anhand von Exponaten konkret greifbar. Vom Museum Barberini und dem Potsdam Museum am Alten Markt geht es zu Fuß entlang des „Walk of Modern Art“, der zu Gesprächen über künstlerische Positionen einlädt, zum Kulturstandort Schiffbauergasse. Nach einem Blick in den Kunstraum Potsdam und das museum FLUXUS+ fahren Sie mit der Tram zur Villa Schöningen an der Glienicker Brücke, wo der Rundgang endet.

© Museum Barberini, Foto Helge Mundt

© Museum Barberini, Foto Helge Mundt

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Long Thursday at the Museum Barberini
The Power of Colors
Special Guided Tour

Special guided tour exploring technique and color choice in Van Gogh’s still lifes
Peter Eurlings, art historian, Museum Barberini

Van Gogh was an autodidact, who during his ten active years as a painter paved the way for modern art. As a young artist in the Netherlands he explored the fundamental principles of painting, perspective, composition, and modeling. Later, in Paris, he developed his unique personal style: thickly applied paint, circular brushstroke, complementary color contrasts, as well as the perspectives and flatness of forms he admired in Japanese woodblock prints. We know from Van Gogh’s letters how closely he studied the expressiveness of color—both from a practical and theoretical perspective. How did Van Gogh learn the craft of painting? How did he work, and how did he tackle the difficulties of his medium? Intuitively and spontaneously or assiduously and methodically? Peter Eurlings discusses Van Gogh’s painting practice and reveals the importance of still lifes for his artistic development.

Thursday, November 7, December 5, 2019
7 p.m.

Saturday, January 18, 2020, 2 p.m.
Foyer
€ 3

Early booking is recommended.

Tickets

Vincent Van Gogh, Carafe and Dish with Citrus Fruit, 1887, © Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam

Vincent Van Gogh, Carafe and Dish with Citrus Fruit, 1887, © Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam

Special Guided Tour

Special guided tour exploring technique and color choice in Van Gogh’s still lifes
Peter Eurlings, art historian, Museum Barberini

Van Gogh was an autodidact, who during his ten active years as a painter paved the way for modern art. As a young artist in the Netherlands he explored the fundamental principles of painting, perspective, composition, and modeling. Later, in Paris, he developed his unique personal style: thickly applied paint, circular brushstroke, complementary color contrasts, as well as the perspectives and flatness of forms he admired in Japanese woodblock prints. We know from Van Gogh’s letters how closely he studied the expressiveness of color—both from a practical and theoretical perspective. How did Van Gogh learn the craft of painting? How did he work, and how did he tackle the difficulties of his medium? Intuitively and spontaneously or assiduously and methodically? Peter Eurlings discusses Van Gogh’s painting practice and reveals the importance of still lifes for his artistic development.

Thursday, November 7, December 5, 2019
7 p.m.

Saturday, January 18, 2020, 2 p.m.
Foyer
€ 3

Early booking is recommended.

Vincent Van Gogh, Carafe and Dish with Citrus Fruit, 1887, © Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam

Vincent Van Gogh, Carafe and Dish with Citrus Fruit, 1887, © Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam

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Art from the GDR in Focus
Works from the collection of the Museum Barberini
Special guided tour

The Museum Barberini presents the thematic exhibition Modern History Painting with works by artists from the GDR from its own collection. The paintings, some of which were created before, some after 1989, address historical, mythological, literary, and religious themes. While some focus on current political and social issues, others reflect an intense artistic engagement with personal experiences. After the planned reconstruction of the former restaurant Minsk in Potsdam financed by the Hasso Plattner Foundation, these works will be housed in their own museum building.

Saturday,
November 9, December 7, 2019,
January 11, 2020,
2 p.m. (50 min.)

Foyer

€ 3 (excluding entry ticket)

Tickets

Wolfgang Mattheuer, Pond with Alders Near Steinsdorf, 1985, oil on hard fiber, 80.5x80 cm, Museum Barberini Potsdam. © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn, 2019

Wolfgang Mattheuer, Pond with Alders Near Steinsdorf, 1985, oil on hard fiber, 80.5x80 cm, Museum Barberini Potsdam. © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn, 2019

Special guided tour

The Museum Barberini presents the thematic exhibition Modern History Painting with works by artists from the GDR from its own collection. The paintings, some of which were created before, some after 1989, address historical, mythological, literary, and religious themes. While some focus on current political and social issues, others reflect an intense artistic engagement with personal experiences. After the planned reconstruction of the former restaurant Minsk in Potsdam financed by the Hasso Plattner Foundation, these works will be housed in their own museum building.

Saturday,
November 9, December 7, 2019,
January 11, 2020,
2 p.m. (50 min.)

Foyer

€ 3 (excluding entry ticket)

Wolfgang Mattheuer, Pond with Alders Near Steinsdorf, 1985, oil on hard fiber, 80.5x80 cm, Museum Barberini Potsdam. © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn, 2019

Wolfgang Mattheuer, Pond with Alders Near Steinsdorf, 1985, oil on hard fiber, 80.5x80 cm, Museum Barberini Potsdam. © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn, 2019

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Guided tour and Workshop for All

Explore the fascination of the originals with a guided tour through the current exhibition, then become creative yourself in our workshop, using the techniques and motifs you have seen during the tour. Suitable for creatives of all ages.

Friday
November 15, December 13, 2019
5 p.m. (120 min.)

Foyer

Adults € 10 per session (excluding entry ticket) / children € 3

Tickets

Vincent van Gogh: Still Life with a Plate of Onions, 1889, Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo

Vincent van Gogh: Still Life with a Plate of Onions, 1889, Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo

Explore the fascination of the originals with a guided tour through the current exhibition, then become creative yourself in our workshop, using the techniques and motifs you have seen during the tour. Suitable for creatives of all ages.

Friday
November 15, December 13, 2019
5 p.m. (120 min.)

Foyer

Adults € 10 per session (excluding entry ticket) / children € 3

Vincent van Gogh: Still Life with a Plate of Onions, 1889, Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo

Vincent van Gogh: Still Life with a Plate of Onions, 1889, Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo

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From the Old Masters to Van Gogh
Special Guided Tour

The Netherlandish still life tradition in the works of Van Gogh
Dr. Dorothee Entrup, art historian, Museum Barberini

Many of the objects depicted in Van Gogh’s still lifes are taken from nature or everyday life. Apart from arrangements of cut branches and flowers, Van Gogh painted fruit and vegetables, fish or books, as well as bottles and other vessels. Similar motifs can be found in Netherlandish still lifes of the Golden Age. The tour will show how Van Gogh drew on the still life tradition of the seventeenth century but also moved beyond it. Comparing seventeenth-century paintings to those by Van Gogh, it will explore how the artist engaged with these works of the past and how he shaped the development of modern painting.

Thursday, November 21, 2019,
January 9, 2020
5 p.m. (60 min.)

Foyer

€ 3 (excluding entry ticket)

Tickets

Vincent Van Gogh, Poppies, 1886, © Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford, legacy of Anne Parrish Titzell

Vincent Van Gogh, Poppies, 1886, © Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford, legacy of Anne Parrish Titzell

Special Guided Tour

The Netherlandish still life tradition in the works of Van Gogh
Dr. Dorothee Entrup, art historian, Museum Barberini

Many of the objects depicted in Van Gogh’s still lifes are taken from nature or everyday life. Apart from arrangements of cut branches and flowers, Van Gogh painted fruit and vegetables, fish or books, as well as bottles and other vessels. Similar motifs can be found in Netherlandish still lifes of the Golden Age. The tour will show how Van Gogh drew on the still life tradition of the seventeenth century but also moved beyond it. Comparing seventeenth-century paintings to those by Van Gogh, it will explore how the artist engaged with these works of the past and how he shaped the development of modern painting.

Thursday, November 21, 2019,
January 9, 2020
5 p.m. (60 min.)

Foyer

€ 3 (excluding entry ticket)

Vincent Van Gogh, Poppies, 1886, © Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford, legacy of Anne Parrish Titzell

Vincent Van Gogh, Poppies, 1886, © Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford, legacy of Anne Parrish Titzell

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Drawing at the Museum Barberini
Course by the Volkshochschule Potsdam

Dr. Claire Guinomet, art historian,
Museum Barberini


A drawing course in two sessions, run by the Volkshochschule Potsdam, suitable for beginners or those with previous experience. Taking inspiration from the structure and composition of works in the museum’s collection, participants will gain hands-on experience.

Wednesday, January 15 and 29, 2020
5 p.m. (120 min)

Foyer
€ 21.30 / reduced € 18.10 (excluding entry ticket)

Booking only via VHS: www.potsdam-vhs.de

In cooperation with the Volkshochschule Potsdam

Booking

Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890), Basket of Lemons and Bottle, 1888, Oil on canvas, 53,9 x 64,3 cm, Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo, The Netherlands

Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890), Basket of Lemons and Bottle, 1888, Oil on canvas, 53,9 x 64,3 cm, Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo, The Netherlands

Course by the Volkshochschule Potsdam

Dr. Claire Guinomet, art historian,
Museum Barberini


A drawing course in two sessions, run by the Volkshochschule Potsdam, suitable for beginners or those with previous experience. Taking inspiration from the structure and composition of works in the museum’s collection, participants will gain hands-on experience.

Wednesday, January 15 and 29, 2020
5 p.m. (120 min)

Foyer
€ 21.30 / reduced € 18.10 (excluding entry ticket)

Booking only via VHS: www.potsdam-vhs.de

In cooperation with the Volkshochschule Potsdam

Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890), Basket of Lemons and Bottle, 1888, Oil on canvas, 53,9 x 64,3 cm, Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo, The Netherlands

Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890), Basket of Lemons and Bottle, 1888, Oil on canvas, 53,9 x 64,3 cm, Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo, The Netherlands

Booking

Creative Tour
Discover Art with a Pen

You’ll see more if you have a pencil in your hand. During a tour of the museum, experienced art educators will explain the works on display and provide instruction to guests while they create their own sketches and drawings. Materials are provided. The tour is for everyone; no prior experience is necessary.

Sunday, November 23, 2019, Januar 18, 2020, 4:00 p.m.

€ 8 plus admission

Tickets

© Museum Barberini

© Museum Barberini

You’ll see more if you have a pencil in your hand. During a tour of the museum, experienced art educators will explain the works on display and provide instruction to guests while they create their own sketches and drawings. Materials are provided. The tour is for everyone; no prior experience is necessary.

Sunday, November 23, 2019, Januar 18, 2020, 4:00 p.m.

€ 8 plus admission

© Museum Barberini

© Museum Barberini

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Art Breakfast
Sunday at the Museum

Combine a breakfast at the Café Barberini with a tour of the current exhibition. Towards the end of the breakfast, an experienced guide will introduce visitors to the concept of the exhibition before providing more in-depth information about Van Gogh and his work while exploring each exhibit.

Sunday, 10 a.m.
November 10, December 8, 2019,
January 12, 2020,

(60 min. breakfast/50 min. tour)
Café Barberini/Foyer
€ 3 plus admission

On presentation of a ticket, visitors will be able to purchase a breakfast for € 9 at the Café Barberini, consisting of a bagel with cream cheese (plus either jam or honey), muesli with yoghurt, fresh fruit and nuts, and a cup of coffee or tea.

Advance registration is recommended.

Tickets

Sunday at the Museum

Combine a breakfast at the Café Barberini with a tour of the current exhibition. Towards the end of the breakfast, an experienced guide will introduce visitors to the concept of the exhibition before providing more in-depth information about Van Gogh and his work while exploring each exhibit.

Sunday, 10 a.m.
November 10, December 8, 2019,
January 12, 2020,

(60 min. breakfast/50 min. tour)
Café Barberini/Foyer
€ 3 plus admission

On presentation of a ticket, visitors will be able to purchase a breakfast for € 9 at the Café Barberini, consisting of a bagel with cream cheese (plus either jam or honey), muesli with yoghurt, fresh fruit and nuts, and a cup of coffee or tea.

Advance registration is recommended.

Tickets

Discover Art at the Museum Barberini

English Guided Tours

Every first Sunday of the month

Every first Sunday of the month, the museum offers a guided tour in English that is especially addressing a non-German speaking, international audience. Instructed by English language art historians and educators, this tour takes an in-depth look at the shown artworks and gives insights into the conceptional background of the exhibition.

Sunday, November 3, 2019,

Sunday, December 1, 2019,

Sunday, January 5, 2020,

2 p.m.
Foyer
€ 3 plus admission

Tickets

© Museum Barberini Potsdam

© Museum Barberini Potsdam

Every first Sunday of the month, the museum offers a guided tour in English that is especially addressing a non-German speaking, international audience. Instructed by English language art historians and educators, this tour takes an in-depth look at the shown artworks and gives insights into the conceptional background of the exhibition.

Sunday, November 3, 2019,

Sunday, December 1, 2019,

Sunday, January 5, 2020,

2 p.m.
Foyer
€ 3 plus admission

© Museum Barberini Potsdam

© Museum Barberini Potsdam

Tickets

Tours and workshops for kindergarten groups and school classes

The Museum Barberini offers guided tours and workshops for schools and kindergartens for up to 25 people.

Tours on specific topics (50 minutes): € 30 per group
Workshops incl. guided tour (120 minutes): € 60 per group


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.

© Museum Barberini/Henry Balaszeskul

© Museum Barberini/Henry Balaszeskul

The Museum Barberini offers guided tours and workshops for schools and kindergartens for up to 25 people.

Tours on specific topics (50 minutes): € 30 per group
Workshops incl. guided tour (120 minutes): € 60 per group


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.

© Museum Barberini/Henry Balaszeskul

© Museum Barberini/Henry Balaszeskul

tours and workshops for groups
general information

The Museum Barberini offers guided tours and workshops in German, Englisch, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, and Polish.

Tours on specific topics (max. 20 people / ca. 50 min.):
€ 90 per group plus admission p. p.
A €5 surcharge per group will be added to non-german tours.

Workshops incl. guided tour for adults (max. 15 people / ca.120 min.):
€ 220 per group plus admission p. p.

Your contact

Monday to Friday: 9 am – 7 pm
Saturday/Sunday: 9 am – 3 pm

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

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

© Museum Barberini

© Museum Barberini

general information

The Museum Barberini offers guided tours and workshops in German, Englisch, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, and Polish.

Tours on specific topics (max. 20 people / ca. 50 min.):
€ 90 per group plus admission p. p.
A €5 surcharge per group will be added to non-german tours.

Workshops incl. guided tour for adults (max. 15 people / ca.120 min.):
€ 220 per group plus admission p. p.

Your contact

Monday to Friday: 9 am – 7 pm
Saturday/Sunday: 9 am – 3 pm

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

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

© Museum Barberini

© Museum Barberini