Nineties Berlin
Molkenmarkt 2
10179 Berlin-Mitte


+49 (0)30 549 082 433

Opening hours

daily from 10:00 a.m. to 8 p.m. 

on december 24th, 2018 nineties berlin will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
due to an event nineties berlin will be closed from December 31st, 2018 to January 1st, 2019.


Adults: €12.50
Reduced price: €8.50

group/10 or more people, per person: €7.90
school group/10 or more students, per student: €5.90

Reduced price for children aged 6 and older, schoolchildren, students, apprentices, recipients of unemployment benefit II (ALG-II), owners of the berlinpass and severely disabled persons. Reduced price tickets can only be granted upon presentation of the relevant identification.

payment options

at the museum

bar, ec-card, maestro-card, visa, visa electron, v pay, mastercard, maestro, american express, jcb, diners club, discover


paypal, visa, mastercard, cb - carte bleu (frankreich), maestro, diners club, sofortüberweisung, giropay, ideal (niederlande), banküberweisung, sepa direct debit und bacs direct debit



248 to the stop “Berliner Rathaus” (approx. 150 yards)
100, 200, M48, TXL to the stop “Spandauer Str./Marienkirche” (approx. 600 yards)

subway (U-Bahn)

U2 to the stop “Klosterstraße“ (approx. 400 yards)


M4, M5, M6 to the stop “Spandauer Str./Marienkirche” (approx. 600 yards)

The museum is centrally located, and we therefore recommend taking public transportation. Paid parking is available in the “Rathaus Passagen” parking garage (approx. 380 yards). There is also very limited parking in the surrounding streets.


With the exception of one platform, which is located behind parts of the Berlin Wall for photo opportunities, “Nineties Berlin” is on the ground floor of Alte Münze. Photos can also be taken in front of the wall sections. Apart from this, the exhibition is arranged to allow wheelchair users to access all areas independently. A wheelchair accessible toilet is also available. 

Admission is free for persons accompanying wheelchair users and for severely disabled persons with a ‘B’ in their identification card. 

Tip: The 270-degree multimedia show features unusual images and light effects that can also be enjoyed without sound.

Taking photographs / video recording

In nineties berlin, taking photographs and video recording is permitted for private purposes as well as for use in social media channels. We would be happy if you'd share your experience along with the hashtag #ninetiesberlin. Any usage of photo or video material beyond that needs to be coordinated with the press department of nineties berlin (