THE EXHIBITION

Enter and discover the extraordinary universe of filmmaker Tim Burton!

Enjoy this captivating immersive experience, which will immerse you in the mind of Tim Burton. A unique opportunity to delve into his inner world and creative process, discovering hundreds of original works by the director.

Cross the dark and magical forest of The Corpse Bride, rediscover the colorful characters of Edward Scissorhands, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, or Beetlejuice, and get lost in the incredible worlds of Alice in Wonderland or The Nightmare Before Christmas.

Each room will lead you to a unique experience, and only you will decide your path...  

So choose wisely the doors you wish to open!  
 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

RADSETZEREI, BERLIN

SCHEDULES

Closed Monday and Tuesday

Wednesday and Thursday 
from 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. (last entrance)
Friday and Saturday 
from 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. (last entrance)
Sunday 
from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. (last entrance) 

19/07/24 TO 03/11/2024

During the exhibition, there will be lights and stroboscopic effects.

Some rooms may use flashes and intermittent lighting, which could trigger epileptic seizures or fainting in photosensitive individuals.

The exhibition welcomes visitors with limited mobility and allows access with strollers (except for twin strollers).

Bringing food or drinks into the exhibition is not permitted.

Lost items should be reported to the ticket office, where they will be securely kept.

Items larger than 28 x 38 x 13 cm cannot be brought into the exhibition, but a cloakroom is available for storage.

Animals are not permitted inside the exhibition.

Admission to the exhibition 1 time.
Access at the selected time.
Fast Pass: Priority access without queues.
Exclusive 12% discount on Tim Burton merchandise.
Gift print.
Exhibition entry 2 times: Explore the labyrinth on two occasions to discover new rooms and have a new experience.
Access with a broader schedule.
Fast Pass: Priority access without queues.
Exclusive 12% discount on Tim Burton merchandise.
Gift print.

TIM BURTON

The artist and director Tim Burton is one of the most fascinating filmmakers of his time. His distinctive style marked his films such as Beetlejuice (1988), Batman (1989), Edward Scissorhands (1990), The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993), Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005), Corpse Bride (2005), Alice in Wonderland (2010), or Wednesday (2022), his most recent production for Netflix.

Long before becoming a director, Tim Burton's genius was expressed through drawing, painting, and photography, which are now integral parts of his creative process. As the inventor of his own aesthetic, both mysterious and supernatural, Tim Burton is the origin of many films and works that have become cinema classics.

RADSETZEREI

BERLIN

Public Transport

Metro

U1 or U3 to U-Bahnhof "Warschauer Straße"

Local trains

S3, S5, S7, S75, S9 to S-Bahn-Station "Warschauer Straße"

Bus

Line 300, 347 to "Warschauer Straße"

Tram

M10 to "Warschauer Straße"

The use of public transportation is recommended. No direct parking at the venue. Only on the street.

PRACTICAL INFO

Duration of the experience: Approximately 45 minutes.

The PREMIUM TICKET allows you to re-enter the exhibition immediately after the first pass (the second pass must be completed after the first before leaving the site), a 12% discount in the shop and a “Tim Burton” gift poster to be picked up when leaving the exhibition.

The REGULAR TICKET includes one-time access to the experience, where you can visit 15 rooms on the tour. 

FAQ's

What's Tim Burton's Labyrinth?

Does the exhibition cover the entire Tim Burton universe?

Does the exhibition include original objects or replicas?

Does it include never-before-seen objects?

Can I touch the objects?

Do I have access to all the rooms of the event?

How long does the experience last?

Can I enter with suitcases or backpacks?

Can I enter with food or drinks?

What is the difference between General Admission and Premium Admission?

How can I know if I have purchased correctly?

Can I change or cancel my tickets?

What is the No Show Insurance service?

What are the handling fees?

Can I gift my tickets to another person?

Do babies have to pay for admission?

Do children have to pay for admission?

Is TIM BURTON, THE LABYRINTH accessible for wheelchairs / PMR / Baby Strollers?

How do I present my tickets to access the venue?

What if I arrive late?

Is the event suitable for people with epilepsy?

Are photographs or videos allowed?

Are pets allowed?

My event has been canceled. What should I do to get my ticket money back?

How can I recover a lost object or garment?

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