75 participating museums and 750 events are in store for Berlin’s cultural night owls on the night of August 26. In addition to its usual opening hours, the Kollwitz Museum will also open its doors between 18.00  and 2.00 at night and offer a varied program under this year’s motto “Sounds of Berlin”.

Program of the Lange Nacht der Museen:

Conzert | Lecture-Performance


Each time at 20.00 and 22.00

In keeping with the motto of the Lange Nacht der Museen “Sounds of Berlin”, instrumental music of the early and high baroque will be performed to works and texts by Käthe Kollwitz.

Veronika Schiela, recorder, and Sabina Chukurova, harpsichord, perform on historical instruments. Actress Sophia Hahn incorporates texts from Kollwitz’s diary into her movement performance.

Express guided tour


Eacht time at 19.00, 21.00 and 0.00
Meeting point Museum foyer

Let our team guide you through the exhibition presentation “But it is art” and gain an insight into the impressive life and work of Käthe Kollwitz.
Get to know the highlights of our collection and immerse yourself in the world of the important draughtswoman, graphic artist and sculptor.

Wine tasting


from 19.30 till 23.00

During the Long Night, you will have the opportunity to get to know the Hungarian wines of the Neukölln wine shop BorStore as part of a wine tasting.

Treat yourself to a glass of wine between our events and enjoy beautiful and relaxing evening hours at the Kollwitz Museum at Charlottenburg Palace.

Take advantage of the Lange Nacht Bus Shuttle!

Once again this year, you have the opportunity to get from museum to museum with a specially arranged Bus Shuttle.

The Käthe Kollwitz Museum is located on the “Route Charlottenburg: Art and Music” and is thus served every 20 minutes from 6 pm to 2 am. The route starts at the Zoologischer Garten and ends at Charlottenburg Palace. It connects the C/O Berlin, the Stiftung Werkstatt Exilmuseum with the Cast Collection of Ancient Sculpture, the Bröhan Museum and the Käthe Kollwitz Museum as well as Charlottenburg Palace.

An overview of the route can be found on the Long Night of Museums website on the city map, a more detailed view can be found here. On the Long Night itself, the exact route will also be posted at the relevant bus stops and can also be found in the printed service plan.

Ticket purchase: What you need to know!


The online advance sale of tickets is already underway.


July 31 till August 13: 12 eurso, reduced 10 euros

August 14 till 26: 18 euros, reduced 12 euros

Children up to 12 years free



Further information, the programme of all 75 participating museums and tickets can be found on the website of the Lange Nacht der Museen. Tickets are also available at the Berlin Tourist Infos of visitBerlin or on the day of the event at our museum box office.

Come and visit us. We look forward to your visit!