Teachers and pupils are invited to come and discover the Neues Museum together. The building’s architecture and the various objects on display provide ample material for archaeological, ethnological, art and cultural historical lines of inquiry. A visit to the Neues Museum can be planned in such a way to be relevant to nearly any school subject.
The National Museums’ Visitor Services are dedicated to the long-term cooperation between school and museum and offer a range of special educational programmes. The tours, workshops and teaching materials on offer are based on the curriculum and tailored to the various age groups and subjects.
Admission is free for pupils when accompanied by a teacher; all tours available from the National Museums are free of charge for groups of children up to Year 10 (up to and including age 16).
Museum visits with school groups – please give prior notice of groups, even if no guided tour is booked!
Kindly note that during the hours of 10 to 1 p.m. from Monday to Friday, school groups from Berlin or Brandenburg schools will only be granted admission when their visit has been arranged with the Visitor Services beforehand. Groups will otherwise have to queue, as registered groups are given priority.
Bookings for tours and events
The tours available at a time of your choosing give you an overview of the highlights of the exhibition and the architecture and history of the Neues Museum; a specific theme and angle of the tour can be requested by phone.
Group ticket office: Ticket stand outside the Neues Museum, Bodestraße.
Group entrance: Western entrance Advice, registration and bookings
Phone: +49 (0)30 266 42 42 42 (Mon – Fri: 9:00 – 4 p.m.)
online: The National Museums’ Museum Shop
Marble colossal statue of the God Helios,
Egypt, Roman Empire, late 2nd century AD.
Egyptian Museum and Papyrus Collection / SMB
Photo: Johannes Laurentius