Entry ticket

Berlin: Pergamon Museum Entrance Ticket

Entry ticket

Berlin: Pergamon Museum Entrance Ticket

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Visit the Pergamon Museum with numerous impressive collections. See pieces from antiquity, discover the Middle East Museum and the Islamic Art Museum.

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This activity is non-refundable
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Special health and safety measures are in place. Check your activity voucher once you book for full details.
Valid 1 day
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Audio guide included
English, German


  • Visit the most famous part of the Berlin Museum Island
  • See the main attractions: the colorful Ishtar Gate and the Processional way from Babylon
  • Gaze in wonder at the richly decorated stone façade of the Mshatta palace
Full description
Visit the Pergamon Museum, whose redevelopment will transform it into a worldwide attraction among the Berlin museums. The redevelopment is still ongoing, however, you will be able to enjoy most of the museum. The Antiquity Collection The Pergamon antique collection is one of the world's most significant collections of Greek and Roman art. See the architectural installations from Ancient Greece and Rome, including the gem of Roman architecture: the Market Gate of Miletus from circa 100 AD. As part of the renovation, the hall with the Pergamon Altar will remain closed until at least 2024. The Middle East Museum The Middle East Museum collects artifacts of the 6,000-year cultural history of civilizations such as Mesopotamia, Assyria, and Anatolia. Among the 270,000 objects, the main attractions are the reconstruction of the gloriously colorful Ishtar Gate and the Procession Way of Babylon from the time of Nebuchadnezzar II. Gaze in wonder at the earliest examples of writing in Cuneiform script on clay tablets from Uruk. Islamic Art Museum The Museum for Islamic Art displays both masterpieces of applied art and archaeological artifacts from Muslim as well as Christian and Jewish groups from the 8th to 19th century. Let yourself be amazed by architectural works that you will not find in any other museum. See the richly decorated stone facade of the Mshatta palace and the famous Aleppo Room with its colorfully painted wall paneling.
  • Entry ticket for the Pergamon Museum
  • Access to the Museum of Islamic Art
  • Access to the Middle East Museum
  • Audio guide in English and German
  • Entry to Asisi's Das Panorama exhibition
  • Live guide
Not suitable for
  • Wheelchair users

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Meeting point

Go to the Priority Access Line at the visitors' entrance of the Pergamon Museum.

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Important information

Not allowed

  • Backpacks

Know before you go

  • Wearing a medical or FFP2 mask is recommended, not mandatory
  • Note: tickets are activated only a few days in advance and are quickly booked out
  • Due to redevelopment the Pergamon Altar hall will be closed until at least 2024
  • Discounted tickets are only available with the relevant ID or other proof
  • Backpacks are not allowed in the exhibition and there are currently only a few lockers and cloakrooms
  • The museum is only partially accessible for wheelchairs
Customer reviews

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4.6 /5

based on 1294 reviews

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The museum is incredible, I was in awe when seeing the Ishtari gate and I've lost myself in the other rooms. However I didn't make it to the 2nd floor, hence only 4 stars.. We've got tickets at 5PM and there wasn't enough time to see everything, the guards chased us out at 6PM sharp.

December 28, 2022

Without waiting at the entrance and without the headphones, arriving at the Pergamon Museum was very pleasant. The superfluous things could be stowed in lockers and off we went relaxed to the museum. Great exhibition! Parts of the museum are still being revised, including the Pergamon Altar, etc. Then we'll be back again!

December 15, 2022

The museum is very impressive as well as informative. One stands humbly in front of the imposing Ischtar gate or in front of the market gate of Miletus and cannot believe that these are many 1000 years old. I found the work of the restorer in the Museum of Islamic Art interesting ... such a wealth of detail on the smallest of surfaces. And of course we asked ourselves what all these artefacts were doing in Berlin ‍♀️ In fact, many of them no longer exist. An Islamic prayer niche, for example, was bought in over 600 individual parts from all over the world to be lovingly restored here. Great !

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November 3, 2022

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