Pariser Platz 4
10117 Berlin

Daily 10am—8pm


Location at Pariser Platz:
S+U Brandenburger Tor, Bus 100, Bus 200

6 €, reduced 4 €
Free admission up to the age of 18;
Tue 3—6pm; school pupils and students accompanied by teacher

Special guided tours Picture Cellar
29 SEP, 30 SEP 2018: Free admission

Photo © Manfred Mayer.

Akademie der Künste

Founded in 1696, the Akademie der Künste in Berlin is one of the oldest cultural institutions in Europe. It represents an international community of artists and currently has some 400 members in its six sections (Visual Arts, Architecture, Music, Literature, Performing Arts, Film and Media Arts).

The Akademie der Künste is an exhibition and event location, a meeting place of artists and those interested in art and a venue for public debates on art and cultural policies. The Academy’s archive, containing over 1,000 artists’ estates and an extensive art collection and library, is one of the key interdisciplinary archives of 20th century art.

With its event programme, the Academy presents the public with contemporary artistic positions and is dedicated to the preservation of the cultural heritage. One topical focus is on dealing with cultural, political and social relevant themes concerning art.

The locations Hanseatenweg and Pariser Platz are barrier-free.