VISIT THE COLLECTION
A visit to The Feuerle Collection can be arranged by appointment only. If you are interested in booking a visit, please follow the link to our online booking system below. We offer an accompanied visit every full hour on Friday from 2 to 6pm and Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 7pm (6pm is the last tour). The visit takes 45 minutes.
Please note that a visit to The Feuerle Collection is suitable only for adults and children aged 16 and over. The Feuerle Collection doesn’t grant admittance to children under 16 years of age.
General Admission: 22€
Reduced Ticket: 11€*
Reduced Ticket: 15€**
Lucky Package: 16€***
Entry free: ICOM card holder (Please send us an e-mail in advance.)
*Visitors (age 16-26) with a valid ID
*Berlin citizens age 65 or older (ID)
*Recipients of unemployment benefits with relevant ID or document (ex. ALG II, Sozialhilfe, Grundsicherung oder Leistungen nach dem Asylbewerberleistungsgesetz)
*Persons with a handicapped ID
**Persons age 65 or older residing outside of Berlin and abroad (ID/Passport)
***ONLY for Lucky Package! voucher holder
Tours start punctually. Please be there 5 minutes before your tour starts.
Visitors must always be accompanied by one of our art mediators.
We kindly ask you not to touch the art pieces.
Please do not walk on the plinths.
Photography and digital recording are not permitted.
Cellular phones must be switched to silent.
(We suggest to leave them in our lockers to prevent vibrations and electronic waves.)
Food and beverages are not permitted.
Visitors are required to leave all backpacks, large purses, packages, laptops and umbrellas at theentrance.
Animals are not permitted.
Please be aware that following The Feuerle Collection concept, we don’t provide actively guided tours.
Visitors Attendants are happy to answer separately any question regarding the art pieces.
Our visitors being mostly international, we generally use English as a common language for the preliminary instructions before the visit.
However, we are happy to provide a short translation and answer personal questions in German, Mandarin or Japanese, when required.
Thank you for your cooperation. We wish you a wonderful visit!
The Feuerle Collection
Hallesches Ufer 70
Head of Avalokiteshvara, Khmer, Bayon, 12-13thC, stone