Are you one of those who take pictures of everything? Join the club at the Museum of Photography in Berlin (Museum für Fotografie), which brings together photographers and photography lovers from around the world. Enter without queues and focus on the 2,000 m2 of shots, exhibitions and visions of the history of photography, with works and cameras from world-renowned Helmut Newton.
In the Museum für Fotografie in Berlin you will enter a paradise of photography. Look around for photography samples that go from the 19th to the 21st century, filling 2,000 m2 of exhibition. Along the way, you’ll get an idea of the power and history of photography.
The permanent exhibition Private Property, on the ground floor, contains works by Helmut Newton, in addition to his cameras, his art collection and the famous Newton-Mobile, among others. Temporary exhibitions come hand in hand with the Kunstbibliothek photography collection and the Helmut Newton Foundation.
More than a million visitors have passed through the doors of this museum in recent years, demonstrating the perennial appeal of seeing life through the lens. Get your ticket without queues and discover these new frames.
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Children up to 17 years free of charge, then pay the adult rate.
This attraction is accessible in wheelchairs and for people with reduced mobility.
Cancellations are not possible for this entry.