Here you find all about our planned events and we draw your attention to special guided tours and let you take part in stories in front of and behind the scenes of the museum.

The Käthe Kollwitz Museum currently offers various digital tours! For example, let our Kollwitz Guide accompany you through the permanent exhibition and learn more background information about the life and work of Käthe Kollwitz. Or discover places in Berlin that inspired Käthe Kollwitz or where she worked artistically with the Käthe TO GO tour.

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Overview of upcoming events

Public guided tour

every third Sunday of the month | 15:00

in German language
approx. 60 minutes
Participation included in the entrance fee


Dance of death. 1923 and its consequences


How did Käthe Kollwitz and her contemporaries experience the inflation year of 1923?
Jutta Hoffritz has investigated this question and reads from her book about the rapid decline of the paper mark in the German Reich.

Friday, May 17, 2024
Admission fee 5,00 euros | reduced 3,00 euros


Museum Sunday

Sundays at the museum! From July 4, 2021, admission is free on the first Sunday of every month—everyone is welcome and warmly invited. There is a lot to discover at our museumOn Berlin’s Museum Sunday there is something for everyone. We look forward to your visit.


On the anniversary of Käthe Kollwitz’s death

The great artist died 79 years ago today on April 22, 1945 in Moritzburg near Dresden. The news of her death was lost in the confusion of the last days of the war and the liberation by the Allies; it was not until the summer that the news reached the general public. In destroyed Berlin, her adopted home, an extensive Käthe Kollwitz memorial exhibition was organized for the autumn of the same year…


“I looked at the world with loving eyes”

Insights into the thoughts and life of a great artist
READING with Jan Kollwitz, great-grandson of Käthe Kollwitz, on the occasion of the anniversary of her death

Friday, April 26, 2024
Entrance fee 5,00 euros | reduced 3,00 euros

The exhibition “And yet it is art” will be open until 19.00.