Futurium visit with negative test result, online tickets and FFP2 mask
New visiting arrangements from 31 March
Since 20 March, you can once again visit Futurium exhibition, discover the Lab and enjoy the view over Berlin on the Skywalk. From 31 March, new rules apply for the visit – with a negative test from the day of the visit and a FFP2 mask.
We ask for your understanding that admission can only be granted upon presentation of a certified negative test result for the SARS-CoV-2 virus from the day that the visit is to take place. You can find the relevant test centres here: https://www.berlin.de/corona/testzentren/.
Attention: A negative self-test is not considered an officially certified test result.
You will also need a free online ticket for the visit. Tickets can currently be booked a maximum of 3 days in advance. If no days and time slots can be selected, they are already fully booked.
It is also compulsory to wear an FFP2 face mask in all indoor areas of the museum from 31 March.
Online registration: The visit to Futurium is still free of charge. Online registration is required in advance. The length of stay is limited to 90 minutes.
Spacing regulations: The Futurium has 40 square metres of space per visitor. A maximum of 115 visitors can be in the building at any one time. Visitors must keep a minimum distance of two metres. Grouping is prohibited.
Further security measures: The public will be guided through the Futurium Lab in a one-way system. The security staff per area and the cleaning frequency of the public areas are adapted to the pandemic conditions. The lockers are in operation, but only one person is allowed in the aisle between the lockers.
Events and workshops will be held digitally until further notice. You can find our digital offer here.
Guided tours will not be offered for the time being.