Rechts und links säumen Bohnenstangen das Bild entlang des Mittelgangs zur Fenstertür der Liebermann-Villa im Hintergrund

Your Visit

Opening hours

October to March
Daily except Tuesdays
11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

April to September
Daily except Tuesdays
10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Open on public holidays
Closed on 24 and 31 December

BOOK YOUR TICKET

Book your online ticket for your visit to the Liebermann Villa now. Ticket Shop

2G+ Rule

  • From November 15, 2021, a visit to the Liebermann Villa is only possible with full vaccination or proof of recovery.
  • Upon admission, your vaccination or recovery certificate will be checked with a QR code (digital or printed) and a photo ID for comparison.
  • If you do not have a certificate, you can have a free certificate issued, for example in pharmacies.
  • The 2G Rule does not apply to persons under the age of 18. A certified, daily (24h) negative test is necessary. Children under 6 years of age are exempt from this rule.
  • For people who cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons, proof of the inability to vaccinate by means of a medical certificate and a certified, daily (24h) negative test is required.
  • Mask requirement (medical or FFP2) continues to apply in indoor areas.

Prices and tickets

Regular
10,00 €

Concessions (proof required)
School pupils and students aged  over 18, students, unemployed, Berlin Pass holders, persons with disabilities (i.e. certified “Schwerbehindert”)
6,00 €

Free (proof required)
Children and young people up to 18 years, Members of the Max Liebermann Society, ICOM passholders, Press members, those accompanying persons with disabilities who are dependent on a companion (as noted on the disabled person’s identification)

Tours and Learning

Die Enkelin Max Liebermanns sitzt auf dem Schoß Martha Liebermanns. Während Marthas Blick Maria zaghaft fixiert, schaut Maria an ihr vorbei.

For children

School and nursery groups enjoy free admission to the Liebermann Villa. In cooperation with Jugend im Museum e.V. we also offer workshops for school classes.

Zum Online-Shop
Das Gemälde zeigt den Blick auf die Frontseite der Liebermann-Villa, der Weg dorthin ist gesäumt von blühenden Beeten.

For adults

Take part in a public guided tour of the Liebermann Villa or book a special tour for your group.

Mehr erfahren

Shop & Café Max

Aussenfassade des Shops der Liebemann-Villa

Shop

Our museum shop is open during our regular opening hours, offering a wide assortment of books and gift items relating to Liebermann, our museum and the garden.

Großer Saal mit vier weißen Tischen, Stühlen und auf Holzboden. Links geöffnete Doppelfenstertüren, die den Blick auf den Wannseegarten öffnen.

Café Max

Our museum café – in the former dining room of the villa and on the terrace overlooking the garden – offers a selection of hot and cold drinks, cakes and snacks during the regular opening times of the museum.

Accessibility

The garden and the ground floor of the villa are accessible for wheelchair users. Access to the exhibiting spaces on the first floor is via one flight of stairs. This can be ascended using a “Scalamobil” device. A wheelchair can be provided to visitors. Accompanying persons have free admission. A guide dog can be taken onto the grounds and into the art exhibition.

Do you have further questions? Please get in touch via e-mail or telephone: 030 / 805 85 90 0.

Visitor Information

The team of the Liebermann-Villa wishes you a pleasant visit and thanks you for your support in implementing the following legal requirements.

 

From 15. November 2021: Access to garden and museum only with proof of vaccination or recovery from COVID-19 (“2G” Rule)

Hygiene Requirements

  • To visit the Liebermann-Villa (house or garden) you need to show proof of vaccination or recovery from COVID-19 in a digital form i.e. with a QR code (printed or in app form)
  • You will need to show this QR code at the entrance, together with a photo ID
  • Children and young people under 18 have the additional option of showing negative test result, which must be less than 24 hours old (“3G” Rule)
  • Children under 6 are except from these rules
  • If you have proof that you are medically unable to have the COVID-19 vaccination, you will need to show this proof together with a negative test result, which must be less than 24 hours old
  • A medical or FFP2 mask must be worn at all times when inside

Mask requirement

  • A medical mask must be worn at all times when inside
  • Children under 6 are exempt from the mask requirement
  • The obligation to wear a medical mask does not apply to persons who cannot wear a mouth-nose covering for health reasons. This must be proven by a doctor’s certificates. We would however like to emphasise: visitors who cannot wear such a mask put themselves and others at increased risk of infection. We therefore advise these visitors not to visit at this time.

Contact tracing

  • The obligation to document the presence of all visitors no longer applies.
  • For indoor and outdoor events (readings, concerts, tours, etc.), documentation of contact details still applies. Therefore, please fill out the contact tracking information on the printed ticket and turn in the ticket at the entrance. You can also fill out a contact form on site should you be unable to print your ticket or use a mobile ticket.
  • The contact information will be destroyed after four weeks.

Further tips for a safe visit

  • Please book a time slot ticket in advance. Only a limited number of tickets are available on site at the museum ticket office.
  • Please always keep the minimum distance of 1.5m to other persons. If queues form in house or garden, please ensure that the minimum distance is maintained and avoid forming groups.
  • Wash hands regularly with soap for at least 30 seconds and use the disinfectant dispensers on the premises. Please do not cough or sneeze into your hands, but into the crook of your arm.
  • Please stay home if you have had contact with someone sick with COVID-19 in the last 14 days or if you have an upper respiratory infection yourself. In these cases, you may not enter the Liebermann Villa grounds.

Photo Permission

Please note that the Liebermann Villa and its garden are private property. Photographs of the garden, the interior of the house and the art exhibition on the 1st floor may be taken and used for private, non-commercial purposes only. All works of art may only be photographed without flash.

How to find us

With public transport

The fastest way to get here is to take a “Regional Express” or “S-Bahn” train to Wannsee station. The S-Bahn lines “S1” and “S7” connect the centre of Berlin with Wannsee. From Wannsee S-Bahn station, take bus 114 in the direction of “Heckeshorn” to the stop “Liebermann-Villa” (5-minute ride).

On foot

From Wannsee S-Bahn station walk down the hill and turn right along Königstraße for about 10 minutes, with the large Wannsee Lake on your right. After the Wannsee bridge take a right down the street “Am Großen Wannsee”. Follow the street downhill along the lake until you reach the Liebermann-Villa.

By car

Leave the “Avus” Motorway (A 115) at Kreuz Zehlendorf and follow the Potsdamer Chaussee in the direction of Wannsee. Potsdamer Chaussee becomes Königsstraße after the railway bridge. Follow the road and turn right into the street “Am Großen Wannsee” after the Wannsee bridge. Follow the street until you reach the Liebermann Villa.

Limited parking is available in front of the museum. A large public parking lot is located 500m away on the corner of “Am Großen Wannsee”/”Zum Heckeshorn”.

Contact

Do you have any questions, suggestions or requests?
Please feel free to contact us.

Liebermann-Villa am Wannsee
Colomierstraße 3
14109 Berlin
Tel.: +49 30 / 805 85 90 0
E-Mail

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