The JUGENDKULTURKARTE: Free admission at KW and many Berlin cultural venues for all Berliners aged 18 to 23.
Starting on 1 February 23, all Berlin residents between the ages of 18 and 23 will have access to a “culture credit” worth 50 euros. These young adults will be invited to redeem the credit in the form of tickets to roughly 200 cultural venues in Berlin. This includes everything from visits to museums, theatres and opera houses to literary readings, chill movies nights and exciting club nights. The Jugendkulturkarte encourages young adults to (re)discover Berlin’s multifaceted cultural scene and experience it live and on site – regardless of any individual budget constraints.
Here’s how it works: starting on 1 February 23, young adults between the ages of 18 and 23 who are officially registered as residing in Berlin during the period of the culture card campaign from 1 February to 30 April 23 are invited to sign up online on a website created especially for the card. After registering online, until 28 February 23, they will have to pick up their Jugendkulturkarte in person by 15 March 23 at one of roughly 40 public libraries in Berlin. Cardholders will then have until 30 April 23 to redeem their 50-euro culture credit at the box offices and advanced-ticket offices of the various participating cultural venues in Berlin.