Berlin’s Middle

Eight hundred years of history and culture

   

Permanent exhibition at the Museum Nikolaikirche on the history of the medieval building and the city.

Location
Museum Nikolaikirche
Nikolaikirchplatz
10178 Berlin

Opening Hours
daily | 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. (also on public holidays)

Admission
7 euros (single ticket) | 15 euros (combi-ticket*) | free admission (under 18 years or with reduction)

*Valid on two consecutive days for the Museum Ephraim-Palais, the Museum Nikolaikirche and the Museum Knoblauchhaus.

The Museum Nikolaikirche provides insight into the building’s former functions with a vivid display of historical furnishings. Different exhibition stations cover a variety of topics:

Treasures from 800 years of city history
© Stadtmuseum Berlin | Photo: Michael Setzpfandt
Searching for clues: Berlin’s early history

From fieldstone to brick: the Nikolaikirche’s architectural history

Walking tours: the Nikolaiviertel of past and present

World famous: hymns from the Nikolaikirche

Liturgy in transition: sacred works of art and liturgical items

Funeral culture in the church: Berlin’s Pantheon

Lost and found: the coin treasure from the tower sphere

An audio guide in six languages and interactive media stations in four languages provide insight into the historic building and convey in-depth exhibition content. The exhibition also includes participatory and accessible features, such as a multi-sensory audio-commentated tour of tactile models.

Info & Service

Opening Hours

daily | 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. (also on public holidays)

Directions

Nikolaikirchplatz
10178 Berlin

Contact

Infoline
+49 30 24 002-162
Mo – Fri | 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
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Tickets

Admission

Combi-Ticket
15 euros
Valid for our three museums in the Nikolaiviertel (Museum Nikolaikirche, Museum Ephraim-Palais, Museum Knoblauchhaus) on two consecutive days (please note opening hours)

Single Ticket
7 euros
Day ticket for the Museum Nikolaikirche

Free admission
With proof of reduction

For children & young people under 18, students, trainees, FSJ/FÖJ/BFD volunteers, Berlin-Ticket-S holders, severely disabled persons (with mark B) & accompanying person, refugees (with valid work or residence permit /eAT and Ukrainian passport or valid residence permit from Ukraine), recipients of residence permit /eAT and Ukrainian passport or valid residence permit from Ukraine), recipients of transfer benefits (citizen’s allowance, ALG I), holders of the Berlin-Brandenburg volunteer card, holders of the Super Holiday Pass / Berlin Family Pass, ICOM members, members of the German Museums Association, KulturPass holders, media representatives with a valid press card
Museum Sunday
Free admission for everyone on the first Sunday of every month!