To prevent the spread of Covid-19, an individual security concept has been developed that includes both special and general hygiene and distance regulations.
Here we give you an overview of the most important measures so that you can enjoy a pleasant visit to the DDR Museum even in this special situation.
The DDR Museum will be open as usual, daily between 9 am and 9 pm from June 24, 2021. This way, visitors can avoid potential rush hours. At the same time, the maximum number of people in the exhibition will be greatly reduced.
Tickets can be purchased here in advance or on site. You can use the luca app or the Corona warning app to register your visit to the museum via the free Wi-Fi using a QR code on site. Written registration on site is also permitted in exceptional cases, e.g. in the case of a mobile phone with no internet capability. The data will be destroyed after four weeks in accordance with the law.
No, a test or certificates are no longer required to visit the museum. If you would like to take a Corona test for your safety and the safety of others, you can do so on site at the DDR Museum. In addition to FFP2 masks (3.20 euros), quick tests (5 euros) are available at the cash desk, which will be checked and confirmed by us. The nearest test centre, where you can come with or without an appointment, is about a 3-minute walk from the museum. Here you can see the exact location and get to the appointment booking. You can find an overview of all Berlin test centres here.
Please note that visitors who have had contact with someone suffering from the SARS CoV 2 coronavirus in the last 14 days or who are suffering from an upper respiratory tract infection themselves are unfortunately not allowed to enter the museum.
Wearing a medical mask is compulsory for all visitors uring their visit to the DDR Museum.
A safety distance of at least 1.5 metres must be maintained both inside the exhibition and in a potential queue and in the museum shop.
In addition to the obligatory hand disinfection in the entrance area, further disinfectant dispensers are set up in the exhibition. The toilets are located in the second part of the exhibition. Furthermore, free disposable gloves are provided so that the many installations and objects can be used and touched.
Cleaning staff are on site throughout the opening hours to refill the soap and disinfectant dispensers and to clean and disinfect the exhibition, the museum shop and the sanitary facilities.
We look forward to welcoming you back to the DDR Museum soon.