Museum Barberini

Museum Barberini mit Freitreppe zur Havel, Foto: Helge Mundt
Museum Barberini - Foyer, Foto: Helge Mundt
Museum Barberini, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Steffen Lehmann
Skulptur "Jahrhundertschritt" von Wolfgang Matteuer im Museum Barberini, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Steffen Lehmann
Alter Markt, Foto: PMSG/ Raimund Jennert

The presentation of the Hasso Plattner Collection is currently being prepared. The Barberini Museum will reopen on September 7th.

Supported by the Hasso Plattner Förderstiftung-foundation, the Museum Barberini is a world –class addition to the art museums in Potsdam. Directly opposite the Landtag, at the Old Market, the Palais Barberini, which had been destroyed during an air raid in 1945, was rebuilt with a historic façade. It is part of the reconstruction of one of Europe’s most beautiful squares and the historical centre of Potsdam. The Barberini Museum was voted "Building of the Year" by the "City of Germany" association in January 2017 and is listed among the most important current museum openings in Europe. The art collection of Hasso Plattner forms the base for the presentations. The collection focuses on Impressionism, American Modernism, the art of the GDR and paintings after 1989. For the house exhibitios, these works are combined with important loans from museums and private collections from all over the world.

 Opening hours:

 Price information:

Adult: 14,00 €
Reduced: 10,00 €
Children: 0,00 €
Group: 12,00 €
Adult: 18,00 €
Reduced: 12,00 €

 Getting there:

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