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  • Get ready to immerse yourself in the world of contemporary photography at Fotografiska Berlin, a space that offers much more than just a visual treat!
  • You'll be stepping into a historic landmark on Oranienburger Straße, beautifully transformed into a vibrant hub of art and culture.
  • See Elizaveta Porodina's 'Un/Masked' exhibit unveiling the layers of our identity and Warhol's 'After The Party' revealing his longing to belong.
  • In 'We Will Slam You With Our Wings', Joanna Dudley flips the script on operatic tragedies like Tosca and Madame Butterfly, turning victims into heroines.
  • Get to experience ‘Whiteface’, a powerful video installation that's a sharp commentary on race and representation, and relish some delicious delicacies at the bakery and cafe.


  • Entry to Fotografiska Berlin
  • Admission to all exhibition spaces at Fotografiska Berlin
  • Tip: Explore Fotografiska's fine cuisine that mirrors Berlin's diverse food culture. Don't miss the café bar and bakery within the premises.
  • Facilities: Baggage Facilities.
  • These tickets can't be cancelled. However, they can be rescheduled up to 24 hours before the experience begins.
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Visiting Fotografiska in Berlin, an international photography museum

The Fotografiska is an internationally acclaimed photography museum and cultural space known for its commitment to showcasing a diverse range of photographic works from both established and emerging artists. The international success of Fotografiska lies in its innovative and inclusive approach to photography. If you are passionate about visual storytelling and contemporary art, make sure to visit this museum. Read on to know more about Fotografiska, how to book Fotografiska Berlin tickets, and other details to plan your visit. 

Why visit Fotografiska Berlin?

Why visit the Fotografiska in Berlin?
  • Captivating exhibitions: The rotating exhibitions at the Fotografiska span various genres within contemporary art, making for an interesting experience every time you visit. 
  • Social impact: Fotografiska has been known to engage with socially relevant issues through its exhibitions. Many of the featured works tackle important topics such as social justice, environmental issues, and human rights, encouraging visitors to reflect on contemporary challenges.
  • Inspiring events: Fotografiska is known to host various events throughout the year including book signings, museum tours, lectures, and even musical concerts. 
  • Historical dining: The Museum provides visitors with a lovely historical dining experience at its restaurant and bar. Enjoy a sophisticated and intimate wine and dine experience.

Fotografiska Berlin highlights

Fotografiska Berlin highlights

Witness various displays of art

The exhibitions at the Fotografiska span photographic and video graphic displays, which also touch upon traditional and social themes such as race, and representation, to name a few.

Fotografiska Berlin highlights

Learn of the venue’s interesting history

The Fotografiska in Berlin has an interesting origin story. The venue originally belonged to a department store in 1908, which was converted into a Nazi prison during World War II. It has now become a museum of contemporary art, with some remnants of its original facade.

Fotografiska Berlin highlights

Enjoy a refreshing meal

Step into the Fotografiska bakery's delightful ambiance, serving handcrafted pastries and delicious coffee. You could also have a meal at the famous Veronika restaurant, known for its sophisticated cuisine and ambiance.

Plan your visit to Fotografiska Berlin

Fotografiska Berlin opening hours
  • Museum & Cafe: 10 AM to 11 PM
  • Bakery: 8 AM to 3 PM (weekdays) & 9 AM to 3 PM (weekends)
  • Entry: until 10 PM, one hour before closing time
  • Open: throughout the year

Duration of visit: 1 to 2 hours

Best time to visit: If you would like to avoid crowds, visit anytime during the week, as the museum generally attracts visitors over the weekend. 

How to reach Fotografiska Berlin?

Address: Oranienburger Strasse 54, 10117 Berlin-Mitte

Find on Maps 

  • By bus: N6 and 147 
    Nearest stop: U Oranienburger Tor
  • By train: S1, S2, S25, S26, U6
    Nearest stop: U Oranienburger Tor
  • By tram: M1 and M5 
    Nearest stop: U Oranienburger Tor
Facilities available at the Fotografiska Berlin
  • Wheelchair accessibility: The museum is accessible to guests in a wheelchair. You can bring one or rent one at the venue. Every floor can be accessed with elevators, which are designed with large spaces to accommodate wheelchairs. 
  • Washrooms: Gender-neutral washrooms are located on the fifth floor of the museum. 
  • First aid: First aid facilities are available within the museum. 
  • Storage: You can avail of locker facilities in the basement. They can only accommodate small items such as cloaks. 
  • Restaurants: The museum has a cafe, a bar, and a restaurant on the premises where you can purchase your refreshments. 
  • Resting zones: All the exhibition halls are equipped with benches for visitors who would like to sit and rest. 
  • Photography: You are welcome to click photos of the artwork on your phone, however, do ensure the flash is off. For commercial photos, you would need special permission. Gopros, selfie sticks, and tripod stands are not permitted inside. 
Tips to note when visiting the Fotografiska Berlin
  • Wheelchair-friendly premises: Prams, strollers, walkers, and wheelchairs are welcome inside the museum. If visitors in wheelchairs have a companion or caretaker with them, they are allowed inside Fotografiska for free. 
  • Be mindful of rules: Smoking is prohibited within the building. Items that could damage the artwork, such as spray cans, pens, or permanent markers are also not allowed inside.
  • Keep your pets on a leash: Pets and guide dogs are welcome in the building, however, they must be kept on a leash at all times. 
  • No outside food: Outside food and drink are not permitted inside. Only guests who have special dietary requirements due to their health are permitted to carry small packets of food inside. 
  • Avail of discounted entry: Children between 12 and 25 years of age can avail of reduced prices on tickets, provided they can show valid identification proof when entering Fotografiska. 
Where to eat at Fotografiska Berlin?
  • Veronika ( 0 km away): This in-house bar and restaurant is a must-visit for those visiting Fotografiska. The restaurant provides you with a top-notch ambiance where you can enjoy international cuisine and handcrafted delicious cocktails. 
  • PHO (150 m away): This noodle bar is perfect for those craving classic Vietnamese cuisine in Berlin.
  • Amrit (60 m away): An Indian restaurant dating back to 1998, serving authentic Indian curries and bread is a short walk away from Fotografiska. 
  • Casalot (400 m away): Head here if you’d like to try your hand at shisha. This Arab restaurant also offers Middle Eastern and Arabic cuisine. 
  • Yuuka (300 m away): Try out the all-you-can-eat buffet here serving Asian classics including stir fry, sushi, soups, and more.  
Attractions near Fotografiska Berlin
  • Berlin Wall Museum: This memorial site includes a preserved section of the former border strip, a documentation center, and various exhibits that detail the history of the Berlin Wall and its effects on the people living in the divided city. 
  • Illuseum Berlin: The Illuseum in Berlin is an interactive gallery where you can experience holograms, optical illusions, vortex tunnels, and more.
  • DDR Museum: Located in the former governmental district of East Germany, the DDR Museum is an interactive museum that depicts to its visitors the life of Socialist Germany. 
  • Studio of Wonders: The Studio of Wonders is an art gallery in Berlin where you can experience immersive spaces and create your content in illusion spaces.

Frequently asked questions about Fotografiska Berlin tickets

How to book tickets to Fotografiska in Berlin?

You can book Fotografiska Berlin tickets online. It is recommended that you purchase these tickets online in advance, for the photography museum attracts tons of visitors throughout the year.

Why should I book Fotografiska Berlin tickets online?

We recommend you purchase Fotografiska Berlin tickets online to save time and money. Online ticket bookings also ensure a hassle-free experience on the day of your visit as you can avoid standing in long lines.

Are discounts available on Fotografiska Berlin tickets?

Yes, children between the ages of 12 and 25 can avail of reduced prices on tickets. If you book Fotografiska Berlin tickets online, you can chance upon lucrative guided tours, combo offers, and valuable add-ons. 

What are Fotografiska Berlin’s opening hours?

The Fotografiska in Berlin is open throughout the year from 10 AM to 11 PM. The Cafe is open from 8 AM to 3 PM on weekdays and from 9 AM to 3 PM on weekends. Visitors can enter until 10 PM, one hour before closing time.

How long does it take to complete a tour of Fotografiska?

When visiting the Fotografiska Museum in Berlin, make sure to keep at least 1 to 2 hours handy to tour the premises and appreciate the variety of photographs from both emerging and acclaimed artists.

What is the most convenient way to reach the Fotografiska?

The most budget-friendly and convenient way to reach the Fotografiska is to get the N6 or 147 bus. You can also get either the S1, S2, S25, S26, or U6 train and reach U Oranienburger Tor. The Fotografiska is a short walk away from this stop.

Is the Fotografiska in Berlin wheelchair accessible?

Yes, all sections of the Fotografiska Museum in Berlin are wheelchair accessible. The elevators reach all levels and are spacious enough for wheelchairs to stroll in. There are resting areas in the photo halls.

Can I click pictures inside the Fotografiska in Berlin?

Yes, you can click pictures of the photographs and exhibits inside the Fotografiska in Berlin, but make sure the flash is turned off. If you want to click photos for commercial use, you have to ask for permission from the authorities. Note that selfie sticks, GoPros, and tripods are not allowed inside the premises.