Tickets to the Berlin Cathedral

About Berlin Cathedral

The Berlin Cathedral is open daily, with the last admission one hour before closing.

Monday – Friday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Saturday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Sunday: 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM

The best time to visit the Berlin Cathedral and avoid crowds is in the morning on weekdays. Set aside at least two hours to enjoy the experience fully.

  • Explore the extraordinary stories about the building

Discover the fascinating history of the main Protestant church, which experts call Berlin's answer to Saint Peter's in Rome and Saint Paul's Cathedral in London. Learn more about why Wilhelm II decided to replace the building constructed just fifty years before and how the Italian Renaissance inspired the design.

  • Get inspired by the magnificent architecture

It is probably difficult to believe, but the architecture of the current cathedral caused a mixed reaction and still draws some criticism. Immerse yourself in the cathedral's history, demonstrating how different styles and personal aspirations of those in power can impact architecture. 

Get a chance to discover the gem of Berlin at your own pace while walking around the city and exploring its most visited attractions and hidden spots with the in-app tour History of Berlin: Popular and Hidden Sites. Get to know the history and incredible facts about the Berlin Cathedral while solving the mysteries of the city.

  • General admission

General Berlin Cathedral ticket price is €9 per person and also for families of one adult with up to three children under 18 years old. 

  • Discounts and free admission

The Berlin Cathedral offers reduced tickets (€7) for students, trainees, recipients of ALG II, severely disabled persons without an accompanying person, and other concession categories. Make sure to check the official website before your visit. Families entitled to a reduction can also receive a €2 off discount.

FAQ about Berlin Cathedral

The Berlin Cathedral encourages visitors to purchase online tickets in advance to avoid crowding, so it is better to secure your spot and book the tickets.

You can book online timed-entry tickets to the Berlin Cathedral up to two months in advance.