Without the Schiller Theatre, there’d be no Komische Oper Berlin! Opened in 1907, it became a supplementary venue for the Prussian State Theatre in 1921. Walter Felsenstein directed here in the 1930s, under Intendant Heinrich George.

Arrival by public transport

The Komische Oper in the Schillertheater can be easily reached on foot from the underground stations Ernst-Reuter-Platz and Deutsche Oper. Both stations are not barrier-free and have no lifts. The nearest underground station with a lift is the Bismarckstraße stop. News on lift or escalator malfunctions can be found here.

The nearest bus stops are U Ernst-Reuter-Platz and Marchstraße.

Arrival by car

Parking is available in front of the Komische Oper in the Schillertheater on the median strip of Bismarckstraße. Parking spaces for people with disabilities are located in the side street Am Schillertheater.


There is a barrier-free entrance to the left of the main entrance. This provides access to the to the stalls with the help of a lift.

Seats for wheelchair users

For events there are 4 places for wheelchair users and 4 places for escorts.

Here and there!

Komische Oper Berlin @Schillertheater
Bismarckstraße 110
10625 Berlin
Flughafen Tempelhof – Hangar 4
Columbiadamm 10
12101 Berlin
Konzerthaus Berlin – Großer Saal
Gendarmenmarkt 2
10117 Berlin
Eichborndamm 213
13437 Berlin
SchwuZ Queer Club
Rollbergstraße 26
12053 Berlin
Rollbergstraße 26
12053 Berlin
Heimathafen Neukölln
Karl-Marx-Straße 141
12043 Berlin
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57
10117 Berlin
In the middle of Berlin
And somewhere near you ...
The Komische Oper in Berlin!