It’s a great idea that’s caught on all over the world, but it was invented in Berlin – the Long Night of Museums. In 1997 just eighteen museums took part, and now, over twenty years on, there are round about eighty opening their doors until way past midnight and inviting you to come in and look, listen, be amazed and join in with the many activities.
This year’s main attractions are the museum staircases, which are being transformed for one night into stages for light, music and dance – or history like our time line of life and art of Käthe Kollwitz.
During the Long Night the Käthe-Kollwitz-Museum Berlin is open to you from Saturday 18:00 till 2:00. We are open regular at 11:00 on Saturday and looking forward to your visit.
We invite you to see our permanent exhibition about the life and work of Käthe Kollwitz over 3 floors and a special exhibition about Hans Pels-Leusden, who was the founder of the Kollwitz-Museum and an artist, gallery owner and art collector too.
Besides our worth knowing staircase you’ll find also special offers in our museumsshop.
Take the green Route 3 to U Kurfürstendamm, there is a bus every 15 minutes, and it’s just 5 minutes to walk to the Fasanenstraße 24.