KW Institute for Contemporary Art
Auguststraße 69
10117 Berlin


Tel. +49 30 243459-0


Opening hours

Wed–Mon 11 am–7 pm

Thu 11 am–9 pm

Closed on Tuesdays

Closed on 24 and 31 December 19



8 € / 6 € reduced 

Pause: 5 € / 3 € reduced

berlinpass–holder: 4 €

Free admission on Thursday evenings between 6–9 pm

Free admission to people up to the age of 18


Group Ticket

Groups of 10 or more

Each person 6 €


Combined Day Ticket

10 € / 8 € reduced

KW Institute for Contemporary Art / me Collectors Room Berlin


Reduction is valid for students, retirees, those in community service, welfare recipients, unemployed, and disabled persons (at least 50% “GdB”) upon presentation of relevant identification.



There is no barrier-free access to the exhibition on Frank Wagner at KW Studio and to a section of the exhibition on David Wojnarowicz at KW Hall. The other part of the exhibition about David Wojnarowicz on the ground floor and the exhibition about Reza Abdoh on the 1st and 2nd floor are accessible. The courtyard of KW is made of cobbled paving. Please contact our staff for further information on your visit at +49 30 243459-41.




Public Transport
S Hackescher Markt
S Oranienburger Straße
U8 Rosenthaler Platz
U8 Weinmeisterstraße
U6 Oranienburger Tor


Parking space

Due to very limited parking spaces, the journey is recommended by public transport. You can find further information about barrier-free travels in Berlin under as well as under

Annual Ticket—KW Lover*


The annual ticket KW Lover* grants you for the full length of a year free admission to all exhibitions at KW Institute for Contemporary Art during the regular opening hours, as well as the exclusive access to Pogo Bar.


As holder of the annual ticket you will be regularly informed about the program and all events of KW. You can furthermore purchase tickets for all events to a reduced price. 


*The name KW Lover* refers to the project Markierung by artist Nedko Solakov that was realized within the framework of Relaunch at KW in 2013 (curated by Ellen Blumenstein).


35 €, reduced 25 €


Café Bravo


Cafe Bravo is currently run by Bon Bock. Bon Bock is a residency for culinary exchange and contemporary art. Bon Bock offers a varied program with pop-ups, dinners, installations, performances, and wine tastings.


Opening hours

Mon, Wed 10.30 am–6 pm

Thu 11 am–midnight (depends on the program)

Fri 7 pm–midnight (Apéro-Weinbar)

Sat–Sun 10.30 am–6 pm

Closed on Tuesdays



Choice of services
Coffee roasted by The Visit
Cake made by Tausendsuend
Pastry made by Albatross
Bread made by Domberger Brot-Werk
Daily soups and sandwiches


Bon Bock