The Long Night of Museums is a joint campaign by several museums and cultural institutions in Berlin that are open until late at night and are jointly marketing the event. A large number of Berlin museums and exhibition venues open their doors and give visitors from 6:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. the opportunity to inspect exhibitions, collections and installations. Last year, 75 museums took part in the long night.
Compilation of addresses of the participants in the Long Night of Museums in Berlin.
A Long Night of Museums took place in Berlin for the first time in January 1997. Since then, the number of museums, exhibitions and art projects involved has increased.
A joint admission ticket not only gives visitors access to all participating facilities, but also allows them to use local public transport.
Long night of museums in Europe
Since the concept is very successful and regularly attracts a large number of visitors, museum nights are now held in over 120 cities. In Europe alone, the cities of Baku, Brussels, London, Paris, Strasbourg, Zagreb, Bratislava, Barcelona, Madrid, Lisbon, Belgrade, Tallinn, Budapest, Venice, Lugano, Vilnius, Krakow, Warsaw and Bucharest took part.