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The Berlin Cathedral finally opens again for everyone

The Berlin Cathedral invites you to visit.

The Preaching Church, the Baptismal and Marriage Chapel and the cupola gallery are now open again for you to visit.

Monday - Friday:      11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Saturday:                 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Sunday:                   12 - 4 p.m.

Last admission 60 minutes in advance.

Access to the Berlin Cathedral is only possible with a negative test, as well as for vaccinated or recovered people! Please bring one of the following documents with you:

- Negative test result, not older than 24 hours.
- Complete vaccination, older than 14 days.
- Recovery after a Covid-19 illness, not older than 6 months.

Purchase your ticket right here, cash payment on site is currently not possible. Admission fee for adults is 9 euros, reduced 7 euro (upon presentation of appropriate proof). Accompanied children under 18 years of age are admitted free of charge.

The entrance to the cathedral is located in the Lustgarten, directly at the main portal. Due to renovation work, the Hohenzollern crypt cannot be visited until further notice.

The Berlin Cathedral will be opened on the basis of a protection and hygiene concept submitted to the Health Department, which you can request to view on request (Tel.: 030 202 69 - 182 or by e-mail: gaillard(a) or ask our staff to show you on site.

In order to protect you before, during and after your visit, we ask you to comply with the following regulations:

Please maintain the required minimum distance of 1.5m from persons not belonging to your household at all times.

Always wear a medical mouth/nose protection mask (so-called surgical mask or FFP2 or FFP3 or comparable, without valve) indoors. Children under 6 years of age do not need a mask.

Disinfectants are available for you at the entrances and exits.

Our staff will welcome you on site and will be happy to answer your questions.

Please do not be put off by these regulations - we are very much looking forward to welcoming you to the Berlin Cathedral.