Visitors service

Opening hours for the Cathedral

Visitors can enjoy the Sermon Church (Predigtkirche), the Baptismal and Matrimonial Church (Tauf- und Traukirche), the Hohenzollern family crypt, the Cathedral museum and a walk around the Cathedral’s dome seven days a week. We open our church daily to tourists from all over the world. Our opening times can change due to individual events.

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Opening times for the concert box office

The concert box office is normally open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. These times can vary, depending on special events and worship services.


Prices – Cathedral upkeep fee

You are supporting Berlin Cathedral with your admission fee! Unlike other parishes, Berlin Cathedral Parish has to generate 97% of its annual budget itself. Only 3% originates from church taxes and grants awarded by the state of Berlin. We require approximately €15,000 PER DAY for the upkeep of the listed building, musicians, worship services, electricity, security, members of staff and much more.

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Audio guide

Berlin Cathedral has an entertaining audiovisual guide system for the languages German, English, French, Spanish, Italian, and Russian. This will allow you to take in Berlin Cathedral according to your own schedule. The spoken word and wonderful music truly help you embrace the atmosphere of this building. If you wish to use the audio guides with a group, please register in advance by calling +49 30 20269 164. The price for renting the audio guides is 4.00 EUR per person

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For children and families

Berlin Cathedral is an ideal destination for families with children. One adult can take up to three children under 18 into the cathedral with an adult ticket. We also offer special worship services for children, family concerts, pre-school and student tours and much more for families. The Sermon Church (Predigtkirche) is fascinating, with its magnificent gold sheen and colourful stained-glass windows. Walking around the Cathedral becomes a treasure hunt with the Global Treasure App. From our dome ambulatory, you and your children have a spectacular 360° view across the city from a height of 50 metres. The huge model in the Cathedral museum and the children’s coffins in the Hohenzollern family crypt are interesting for young and old alike.

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Accessibility

The Cathedral has barrier-free access. This entrance is located on the building's north side, to the left of the main portal, and is indicated by a sign. There is a bell and an intercom system there that allows you to notify the duty porter. The porter will assist you in exploring Berlin Cathedral. Should you have any further questions, please telephone: +49 30 20269 136.

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