Long Nights of Museums all over Germany
Culture in Germany is special, engaging and interactive. The Long Nights of Museums have developed over the past years as fixed events in most
cities’ annual schedules.
These events are held once or twice a year and give locals and tourists alike the chance to explore the cultural offerings of the diverse museums of each city for one price and one night. The museums stay open past their usual hours, sometimes until 2 am with a program of special exhibitions and events. Thousands of visitors enjoy this possibility to experience culture and art in such a communicative context and for prices typically under $20 per person.
Upcoming highlights are the long nights of museums in Hannover (June 12), Dresden (July 10), Berlin (August 28), Munich (October 16) and Cologne (November 13).