Map & Information
About the site
The longest preserved piece of the Berlin Wall stands between Ostbahnhof station and Oberbaum Bridge and is known worldwide as the East Side Gallery. After the Wall fell, 118 artists from 21 countries redesigned 1.3 kilometers of the former border into the longest open-air gallery in the world. The East Side Gallery stands both as a symbol of joy over the end of Germany’s division and as a historical reminder of the inhumanity of the GDR border regime. Today it is one of Berlin's most popular tourist attractions.
The Berlin Wall Foundation’s info-van is located on the Spree side of the East Side Gallery, diagonally across from Tamara-Danz-Strasse. This is the meeting point for all tours.
Wearing a medical mask is necessary during guided tours for all visitors over 6 years of age. Please find more information here.
+49 (0)30 213085-222
infomobil [at] stiftung-berliner-mauer.de
Discover the historical traces and history of the East Side Gallery from any location!
S- und U-Bahnhof Warschauer Straße
S3 S5 S7 S9 S75 U1 U3
Tram M10, M13
BUS 300, 347
East Side Gallery oder Tamara-Danz-Straße
Mühlenstraße 47–80, 10243 Berlin
Tel.: +49 (0)30 213085-222
E-Mail: eastsidegallery [at] stiftung-berliner-mauer.de
The East Side Gallery is open round the clock.
The Info-van is currently closed.
Admission is free.
Price for tours: €3.50 per person, reduced €2.50 (students, ALG 2 recipients, people with a disabled ID or Berlin Pass). Groups with less than ten people pay a flat fee of €35. Tours for schoolchildren are free.
Public parking at the East Side Gallery is located on Mühlenstrasse. If no spaces are available here, try the Mercedes-Benz-Arena. The Plaza-Parkhaus (entrance on Mildred-Harnack-Str.) is the closest garage. The Arena-Parkhaus and East Side Mall-Parkhaus (entrance on Helene-Ernst-Str.) are a bit further away. Disabled parking is available in all three parking garages.
The East Side Gallery extends along 1.3 kilometer of Mühlenstrasse and is suitable for people in wheelchairs. The green areas can also be explored in a wheelchair, but only on the upper paths, not along the bank of the Spree.
Restrooms and Diaper-Changing Rooms
Please be aware that there are no restrooms or diaper-changing rooms at the East-Side-Gallery.
Dogs are allowed, but must be kept on a leash.
The East Side Gallery is accessible at all times. Registration is not necessary. Please maintain a minimum distance of 1.5 meters to others and avoid forming groups in front of the artwork.
03 June 2022
How much is admission?
Admission is free.
How much does a tour for my (school) group cost?
Tours for pupils are free. The tour is also free for adults accompanying the school group. Regular tours cost €3.50 per person, with a reduced price of € 2.50 for students, ALG 2 recipients, asylum-seekers, people with a disabled ID or Berlin Pass. Groups with less than 10 participants pay a flat fee of €35. The flat fee is currently not available.
How can I book a tour for my group?
To request a tour, please complete the form on the website and send it to us. Visitors Services will process your request and contact you if they have any questions. As soon as your request has been processed, you will receive a confirmation email with information regarding your tour.
Where is the meeting point for tours?
The meeting point for all tours is the Berlin Wall Foundation info-van at Mühlenstrasse 73 on the Spree side of the East Side Gallery, diagonally across from Tamara-Danz-Strasse. Tours end in the direction of Stralauer Platz / Ostbahnhof.
What payment methods do you offer?
You can pay in person in cash or by EC-Card/credit card. Groups can arrange to be billed by invoice.
What languages do you offer for group tours?
Depending on the availability of our guides, it is possible to book a tour in German, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Polish, Serbian and Swedish. For more information on languages offered at the East Side Gallery, call Visitor Services at +49 (0)30 213085-166 or send an email to: email@example.com
We are less than 10 people, but would like to book a separate group tour. Is this possible?
Yes, you can book a separate tour as a small group, however groups with less than 10 people have to pay a flat fee of €35,00 €. The flat fee is currently not available.
Are the exhibitions barrier-free?
The East Side Gallery is wheelchair-accessible.
Are dogs allowed?
Dogs are allowed at the East Side Gallery, but they must be kept on a leash.
Are there places to sit?
There are benches at the East Side Gallery.
Can I visit the East Side Gallery with a baby carriage?
There is no problem bringing a baby carriage to the East Side Gallery.
Is there a restroom and diaper-changing room at the site?
Please note that there are no restrooms or diaper-changing rooms for visitors at the East Side Gallery.
Where can I drop off coats and larger pieces of luggage?
Please note that there are no lockers or cloakrooms for visitors at the info-van.