Schools & Kindergartens


School Class Programs

There are currently no school class or kindergarten programs taking place in the museum. Teacher trainings are also currently suspended.


“I see what you don’t see” – An animal journey of discovery

So many animals in one museum! You have to look closely to discover them. Can you find them all? Afterwards, you can design your favorite animal or invent a fantasy one.

Interactive tour and practical part
Dates by arrangement
Duration: approx. 120 minutes
Age: from the age of 5
Costs: 60 € per group
free of charge for welcome classes

Further information and booking via:
Email: n.mueller@broehan-museum.de, Tel.: 030/32690625


Training for teachers
to the exhibition “BRÖHAN TOTAL!

Further training courses for teachers are held for the respective special exhibitions at the Bröhan-Museum. We cordially invite teachers from all types of schools, especially from the fields of design and fine arts, to participate in the teacher training in the context of the exhibition “BRÖHAN TOTAL!

Due to the limited number of participants, we are offering two dates:

1) Fri, Oct. 8, 2021, 4 – 5:30 p.m., free of charge.
2) Thu, Oct 28, 2021, 4 – 5:30 p.m., free of charge.

In addition to an exclusive guided tour of the exhibition, we will present the interdisciplinary education and outreach program for school classes.

Information and registration at:
a.koronkai-kiss@broehan-museum.de, Tel: 030/326 906 18


Programs for Kindergartens

On your mark, get set, go! We get to know the museum

The Bröhan Museum is an exciting place where there is much to discover. What can you see there? What are the tasks of a museum? How are the precious and fragile pieces transported? You will get to know the Bröhan Museum during a joint search game.

Interactive tour through the museum
Dates by arrangement
Duration: approx. 60 minutes
Age: from the age of 4
Costs: 40 € per group

Further information and booking via:
Email: n.mueller@broehan-museum.de, Phone: 030/32690625

Image: © KinderKulturMonat, Photo: Dora Csala – Bröhan Museum, 2020