A modern aquarium is never finished. It should undergo constant improvements to make it even better and more beautiful for animals and visitors alike. As a result, individual tanks and terrariums may be closed when you visit Aquarium Berlin. Here you can find an overview of all current restrictions.
Aquarium Berlin is open. Due to the implementation of the current infection protection measures regulation of the state of Berlin, wearing a FFP2 face mask is compulsory during the entire visit. In addition, a visit is only possible for tested, vaccinated or recovered people. You can find further information here.
- Test station at the Aquarium‘s entrance: Test-to-go station, Olof-Palme-Platz, open daily 9 am - 5 pm, free of charge, no appointment necessary, further information: https://www.stadtapotheke-berlin.de/leistungen/corona-schnelltest
- 180 m from the Zoo‘s Löwentor entrance: Test center Hardenbergplatz-Zoo, Hardenbergplatz 15, open daily 9 am - 7 pm, free of charge, no appointment necessary, further information: https://www.stadtapotheke-berlin.de/leistungen/corona-schnelltest