Welcome to the Museum Barberini. The museum is responsible for preserving unique works of art for future generations. At the same time we would like to make your visit to the museum as pleasant as possible. We therefore ask that you adhere to several rules. Our supervisory staff is in charge of ensuring that these rules are followed. Please follow the instructions of our staff when politely requested to respect our security measures or when asked to abide by these rules.
If you have any questions, please contact the Barberini team
firstname.lastname@example.org, T +49 331 236014-499
All interior and exterior spaces are equipped with surveillance cameras to protect the valuable works of art.
We are pleased if you are interested in the details of artworks on exhibit. However, in order to protect valuable paintings, we ask that you keep a distance of one arm’s length to the objects on display.
The lines on the floor mark the safe distance to the exhibits. If you cross this line, a security alarm will sound.
Backpacks and large bags (larger than DIN A4) present a security risk. Please store them in the lockers on the lower floor. Please do not take umbrellas, canes, and similar objects with you into the exhibition galleries. Walkers may be used in the galleries. Larger items of clothing may not be worn over the arm, wet clothing places a strain on the carefully controlled indoor climate in the galleries and should also be checked or stored. Smaller garments may be wrapped around the waist. We assume no liability for items left in the storage lockers and the coat room.