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Guided Tours

Public Guided Tours

Every Thursday at 6pm and Saturday at 4pm open guided tours through the exhibitions take place. Registration is not necessary. The number of participants is limited to 25 people. We also offer guided tours by curators and tours in German Sign Language. You can find all dates under events here

Book a Private Guided Tour

You are welcome to book a private tour for your group.

Cost for a one-hour guided tour: 70 € + entrance fee

Guided tours of the exhibitions can be booked by email at fuehrungen@schwulesmuseum.de. Please let us know: Your desired date and time within the opening hours, group size, exhibition, language (German/English/German Sign Language) and a short description of your group (company outing, school class and year group, club). The number of participants is limited to 25. This rule also applies to school classes.

We are happy to offer you a guided tour in German Sign Language or in German spoken language with German Sign Language interpretation. The costs for the interpreters are covered by the museum, you only have to pay the tour fee and the entrance fee. Please enquire as early as possible.


Workshops for school classes and young adults

Queering the Crip, Cripping the Queer

For the exhibition “Queering the Crip, Cripping the Queer”, the Schwules Museum offers a crisp 90-minute workshop for school classes from grade 10, for FSJ groups and young adults. Alternating between input and small groups, central themes of the exhibition are elaborated and discussed.

The workshop lasts 90 minutes and can be offered during the museum’s opening hours.
Cost: 150 euros for groups of up to 25 participants.
Admission is free for pupils, students pay a reduced admission fee of 3 euros, adults 9 euros.
We recommend that you allow time for an independent visit to the exhibition afterwards.
Booking: please send an email to fuehrungen@schwulesmuseum.de

Workshops for adults

Self-determination now!
Trans*Inter* Workshop

The “LSB” in “LSBTI*” has arrived in the majority society due to the media presence of the gay and lesbian movements – in contrast to that, many people often only have little contact with the Trans* and Inter* issues, and lack knowledge.

This workshop aims to change that and consistently puts “TI*” at the center. Together we will not only explore what it means to be trans* or inter*, but will also look at how self-determination and the struggle against the deprivation of such fundamental rights has become a central point of far-reaching activism. We dive into the history of the struggle for self-determination and ask ourselves what we need to do in order that trans* and inter* people can live self-determined and happy lives today.

The workshop is aimed at adults and does not require knowledge of gender and sexual diversity. In interactive, vividly designed units, participants receive factual input on the one hand, while having the opportunity for exchange perspectives: which opens up the space for questions to be discussed in an appreciative atmosphere. The workshop is suitable for groups of up to 20 people who want to expand their knowledge for their work in education or culture or just in their private life.

Luan Pertl is an inter* activist in Austria and Germany with the focus on education and peer counselling.
Felicia Rolletschke is a workshop trainer, speaker, blogger and trans* activist from Berlin.

The workshop spans 5 hours and takes place in the seminar room and the exhibition in Schwules Museum.
Cost: 1,200 euros for groups of up to 20 participants.
Booking: please send an email to fuehrungen@schwulesmuseum.de


fun and easy queer glitter BOOM with Prince Emrah

The Queeres Jugendzentrum Queerdom and the Schwules Museum are located right next to each other in the Regenbogenkiez. Together with us, Prince Emrah has put together a framework programme for 2023 that invites a queer perspective on performance: from drag, belly dance, Afrofusion dance, singing, costume, hair and make-up workshops for the stage and everyday life, to sound checks, queer art and movement history in the museum, and karaoke and roller skating parties, everything is represented.

With a look behind the scenes, this cooperation aims to offer youth and young adults direct access to queer lifeworlds and topics. In specially designed workshop formats, topics such as identity, creativity, performativity, dance and queer history will be addressed with experts from diverse queer communities. In Prince Emrah’s words: “It should be a fun and easy project, queer, with lots of glitter and just boom!

Concept: Prince Emrah, Joo Grote, Panda Ortmann
Photo: Samet Durgun
Supported by the Berliner Projektfonds Kulturelle Bildung FS1, 2023