Tickets

Book your ticket for the Aquarium Berlin quickly and easily online. The colorful underwater world, primeval reptiles and industrious insects are already looking forward to your visit!

Aquarium is open

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.

Frequently asked questions

  • Corona test necessary?

    Yes. In line with the current government rules in place to stem the spread of the coronavirus, you can only visit the Aquarium if you present an approved, negative test result (incl. rapid tests) no older than 24 hours. Children under six do not need a test. From the 15th day after their final shot, fully vaccinated visitors can present proof of vaccination instead. Test results and proof of vaccination must be accompanied by photo ID. Visitors (aged six and over) must also wear a mask for the duration of their visit. For more information, click here.

  • On-site ticket booths

    A limited number of ticket booths selling day tickets are open for visitors with no internet access. However, this system will only continue to work in the current situation if no large queues form, so please do continue to book tickets online wherever possible.

  • Concession-rate tickets

    Concession-rate tickets can now be purchased from the ticket booths by the entrances (clearly marked). Concession-rate tickets are available for school pupils, students, trainees (Azubis), unemployed people on German state benefits, berlinpass holders, and disabled people carrying the relevant identification.

  • Time slot allocation with purchase of annual passes

    When you renew your annual pass or purchase a new one, you will automatically receive a reservation for the current time slot so that you are able to visit the Zoo or Tierpark immediately.

  • Tickets for visitors with disabilities

    People with severe disabilities will receive their ticket and that of their chaperone upon presentation of valid documentation at the ticket booths. These tickets cannot be booked online. The chaperone accompanying a visitor with a severe disability (category B) is admitted free of charge. The same applies to children with severe disabilities.

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Prices

    Day tickets

    • Adults

    • Aquarium

      16,00 €

    • Children

      (aged 4-15)

    • Aquarium

      8,00 €

    • Concessions*

      Students aged 16+, trainees (Azubis), people on unemployment benefits (ALG I+II recipients), people with severe disabilities

    • Aquarium

      11,00 €

    Please note!

    Children under 12 years of age and any visitors who lack the necessary maturity or require permanent supervision due to a mental and/or physical condition must be accompanied and supervised on the premises at all times by an adult chaperone.

    * Concession-rate tickets are only available from the on-site ticket booths and require proof of eligibility. Visitors with a severe disability (category B) may be accompanied by a chaperone free of charge.

    Benefits

    • Visit the animals 365 days a year
    • Save money from your fourth visit
    • 50 percent discount on Zoo and Tierpark day ticket
    • Ten percent discount in restaurants and shops

    Annual passes are available at Zoo Berlin’s Löwentor entrance

    Tip: Save even more with an annual pass subscription – more info here.

    Annual passes

    • Adults

    • Aquarium

      55,00 €

    • Aquarium & Zoo

      77,00 €

    • Aquarium & Zoo & Tierpark

      99,00 €

    • Children

      (aged 4-15)

    • Aquarium

      29,00 €

    • Aquarium & Zoo

      39,00 €

    • Aquarium & Zoo & Tierpark

      55,00 €

    • Concessions*

      Students aged 16+, trainees (Azubis), people on unemployment benefits (ALG I+II recipients), people with severe disabilities

    • Aquarium

      44,00 €

    • Aquarium & Zoo

      66,00 €

    • Aquarium & Zoo & Tierpark

      88,00 €

    • Small family pass**

      Consisting of one parent and his or her child/ren (aged 4-15)

    • Aquarium

      66,00 €

    • Aquarium & Zoo

      99,00 €

    • Aquarium & Zoo & Tierpark

      133,00 €

    • Big family pass**

      Consisting of both parents and their child/ren (aged 4-15)

    • Aquarium

      111,00 €

    • Aquarium & Zoo

      155,00 €

    • Aquarium & Zoo & Tierpark

      199,00 €

    Please note!

    Annual passes are non-transferable. All pass holders* must be present in person for the issuing of their pass.

    Children under 12 years of age and any visitors who lack the necessary maturity or require permanent supervision due to a mental and/or physical condition must be accompanied and supervised at all times by an adult chaperone.

    * Valid ID must be shown upon request. A chaperone accompanying a visitor with a severe disability (category B) is admitted free of charge.

    ** When a family annual pass is being issued, proof of family status is required for each child (e.g. insurance card, birth certificate, family register). All family members must be present.

    Group tickets

    • Group of children (& schools outside of Berlin*)

      20 children or more (aged 4-15)

    • Aquarium

      7,00 €
      per child

    • Berlin schools*

      School pupils (aged 19 and under) from general-education schools

    • Aquarium

      5,00 €
      per pupil

    • Berlin nurseries**

      Five or more children

    • Aquarium

      free

    Please note!

    Group tickets are available from the on-site ticket booths.

    * Valid Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. (with the exception of all-day schools), upon presentation of a properly filled out and stamped visitors’ form. For every 15 school pupils, one adult chaperone receives free admission. For school groups from outside Berlin, the general group prices for children apply (for variable class sizes).

    ** For every five children, one adult chaperone receives free admission.


FAQ

Opening hours

Today, 13. June
9:00 - 18:00
Last admission: 17:00
All opening hours

Feedings & Trainings

  • No public Animal feeding & training sessions are taking place at this time.

Map

Arrival

Budapester Straße 32, 10787 Berlin

Route (Google)