Berlin museums provide Ukrainians with free admission

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Berlin museums provide Ukrainians with free admission

Berlin museums provide Ukrainians with free admission

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More than 70 museums in Berlin and surrounding cities offer free tours for Ukrainians, according to the Berlin Museum Portal. To take advantage of the offer, it is enough to have a Ukrainian passport or another identity document.


"As a sign of solidarity with the people of Ukraine, since February 24, many cultural institutions in Berlin have been marked with blue and yellow flags. The International Council of German Museums also strongly condemns the war against Ukraine and calls on all political leaders to be ready for dialogue," the message says.


Free entry for Ukrainians is introduced by:


Children's Museum MACHmit!;

Berlin Art Gallery;

Berlin City Museum;

Villa Liebermann in Wannsee;

State Museums of Berlin;

Children's Museum Labyrinth;

Brokhan Museum;

Communication Museum;

Museum of Natural History;

German Cinematheque;

German Museum of Technology and Science Center Spectrum;

German Spy Museum;

German Historical Museum;

Palaces of the Prussian Palaces and Gardens Foundation;

Anne Frank Center;


and about 70 more district museums in Berlin. Also every month on the first Sunday admission is free in more than 60 museums of the capital.