Some Berlin museums have reopened as of May 12. This is a logistical challenge and also not easy to manage economically.
Back of the Haus am Waldsee, in whose garden it is good to wait Photo: Bernd Borchardt
The lockdown has been loosened, with varying speed in the individual federal states. Some galleries and exhibition houses have already reopened in Berlin. In the Haus am Waldsee in Zehlendorf, a plexiglass screen separates the woman at the cash desk from the public. A sign kindly points out that one should please wash one’s hands before visiting the exhibition. Up to four people are allowed in the loosened corona regime in the entrance area, and up to 15 visitors are allowed into the exhibition of the painter Bernhard Martin at the same time.