On the night of August 30th, visitors to Berlin museums will be able to see exhibitions well into the wee hours as part of the 2008 Long Night of Museums.
Access to exhibitions across a selection of venues will be granted from 18:00 to 2:00.
More than 100 museums are set to take part in the event, which runs twice a year in January and August.
Visitors can purchase one ticket for the evening, which provides them with access to every museum taking part.
This year”s theme is Castles, Parks and Gardens, meaning that participating venues are required to showcase collections and exhibitions in keeping with the topic.
In addition to the permanent exhibitions, various institutions offer concerts, readings, dance and theatre shows, special tours and exotic menus to see visitors through to the early hours.
The organisers add that due to the variety of Berlin”s museums and the collections they have to offer, tourists and non-German speakers can enjoy the Long Night of Museums just as much as locals.
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