Skip the Line: Neues Museum Berlin Ticket

Skip the Line: Neues Museum Berlin Ticket

From $14.36 per person

Visit the Neues Museum and gaze in wonder at exhibits from the Egyptian Museum, the Antique Collection and the Museum of Prehistory and Early History.

About this ticket

Free cancellation
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COVID-19 precautions
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Optional audio guide
Spanish, English, French, German, Italian
Wheelchair accessible

Experience

Highlights
  • Skip the long lines with this ticket
  • Visit one of the most impressive parts of the Berlin Museum Island
  • Find out about the 19th century history of art, museums and technology
  • See 3 museums in one: the Egyptian Museum, the Antique Collection the Museum of Prehistory and Early History
Full description

COVID-19 Update

Due to health and safety regulations, this itinerary may change. See Know before you go for the latest updates.

Discover the Neues Museum in Berlin with a skip-the-line ticket. Experience exhibits from 3 collections: the Egyptian Museum, the Museum of Prehistory and Early History as well as the Antique Collection. Get a unique insight into the development of prehistoric cultures from the Middle East to the Atlantic, from North Africa to Scandinavia. See highlights like the famous bust of Nefertiti, the Green Head as well as Priam's Treasure from Heinrich Schliemann's collection. Discover a replica of an Egyptian sarcophagus, see the impressive Berlin Gold Hat, the statue of the Xanten Boy and one of the surviving statues of the Roman sun god Helios.
Includes
  • Skip the line entry ticket for the Neues Museum
  • Audio guide
  • Transfers
  • Entry to other museums on Museum Island
COVID-19 precautions

Customers must book this activity online because the ticket office is closed

Safety measures in place
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
Traveler requirements
  • Customers are required to bring and wear masks
  • You must present a negative rapid test taken on the same day of the activity

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Meeting point

Visitors' entrance of the James Simon Gallery, Bodestrasse, 10178 Berlin

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Important information

Not allowed

  • Backpacks

Know before you go

  • To enter the museum, you will need to show a negative COVID-19 rapid test taken on the same day. Self-tests are not accepted
  • FFP2 or KN95 masks are required to enter the museum
  • You can stay in the museum for as long as you like
  • Children and adolescents under 18 can enter the museum free of charge
  • Discounted tickets are only available with relevant ID
  • Backpacks are not allowed in the exhibition and there is limited locker and cloakroom space
  • The whole building is wheelchair accessible
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 945 reviews

Review summary

  • Value for money
    4.4/5
  • Service
    4.6/5
  • Organization
    4.6/5
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It worked perfectly. Staff at information desk was aware how it is supposed to be done and gave the right info what to do and where to go. There was a long line at the cashier but during the booked timeframe I could just walk through, pick-up the Audio-guide and enter the museum. The museum is great with really stunning pieces of art.

August 25, 2019

One of the best museums we've ever visited. Because of flights we didn't get there until the afternoon and were worried we wouldn't have time to see everything so we moved quickly through the museum, which took us three hours but we'd happily have spent much more time there. We were enthralled by everything. Very well presented .

August 21, 2019

A lot of fascinating things - too much to see everything in one visit

Amazing array of objects. Some interesting short films too. Very striking space - part-restored but with evidence of Berlin’s history shown by the battering the building has taken. There is a cafe but it’s dark and not that welcoming - somewhere to get a drink at least. Not an over-friendly atmosphere as those on duty pace around you very obviously as you’re looking. Pleased to see the bust of Nefertiti. Hadn’t realised the Schliemann gold from Troy is not there (tho they display copies) - though other more ordinary things from those excavations are.

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November 3, 2018

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