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Berlin: "Pergamonmuseum. The Panorama" Exhibition Tickets

1. Berlin: "Pergamonmuseum. The Panorama" Exhibition Tickets

Travel back in time to the year AD 129 in this temporary exhibition building at the Pergamon. See the ancient city of Pergamon on the west coast of Asia Minor.  Discover completely new and reworked reconstructions of the city as it was during the time of the High Roman Empire under the rule of Emperor Hadrian (AD 117–138). This 360-degree panorama by famed Iranian architect Yadegar Asisi includes 40 new scenes he has woven into the picture. Move on and get up close to 80 of the Antikensammlung’s most important works from Pergamon, including the largest piece of the Telephos frieze from the Pergamon Altar. For a set time only, you'll be able to experience the Pergamon Altar in its original architectural context, on the Acropolis. All of the city’s notable sculptures are on view, including the Beautiful Head, the giant head of Herakles, portrait sculptures of the king, the Archaistic Dancer from the palace, the Prometheus group, and the Athena with cross-strapped shield. This exhibition is suitable for all the family thanks to the combination of archaeological research and modern artistic visions.

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Berlin: Neues Museum Entry Ticket

2. Berlin: Neues Museum Entry Ticket

Discover the Neues Museum in Berlin. 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.

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Berlin: Entry to Alte Nationalgalerie

3. Berlin: Entry to Alte Nationalgalerie

Explore the Alte Nationalgalerie, a "sanctuary for art and science", the idea for which goes back to Friedrich Wilhelm IV. The collection is based on a donation from the banker Joachim Heinrich Wilhelm Wagener, who left the works of the Dusseldorf school of painting and Belgian history painters to the Prussian state. In 1876, the National Gallery was opened as the third museum of the Spree Island and after the fall of the Berlin Wall, it was used as the Alte Nationalgalerie of the 19th century. See sculptures like the breathtaking Sleeping Beauty and works by French Impressionists such as Manet, Monet and Renoir. Discover Romanticism and the time of Goethe with the "The Monk by the Sea", the "Gothic Cathedral at the Water" and the Group of Princesses. Experience exhibition talks and guided tours with various themes for children and adults.

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Berlin: Altes Museum Entrance Ticket

4. Berlin: Altes Museum Entrance Ticket

Visit the Altes Museum and see one of the most important Neoclassical buildings in Germany. Be enchanted by its columns, the wide vestibule, and portico. Marvel at the murals of the rotunda, which were modeled after the Pantheon in Rome. Admire the antique collection with its permanent exhibition on the art and culture of the Greeks, Etruscans, and Romans. See sculptures such as the Berlin Goddess as well as gold and silver jewelry under the sky-blue ceiling of the treasure chamber. You'll also discover the coin collection with more than 1,300 items from antiquity. See the first gold and silver alloy coins as well as those from the crisis years of the Roman Empire.

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Berlin: Museum of Photography Entry Ticket

5. Berlin: Museum of Photography Entry Ticket

Visit The Museum of Photography in Berlin which contains a vast collection of photographs from the 19th century to the present day. Opened in 2004, the Museum is divided into 5 main sections, each reflecting different aspects of the collection of work. Wander through the photographic archive, the collection of artistic photography, the personal archive, the photogrammetric holdings, and historical postcards. See pictures that were taken in the early days of photography and pictures that reflect current events.  Explore the permanent Helmut Newton exhibition. A Berlin native and an iconic figure in modern photography, Newtown was known for his provocative work in the world of fashion. Find his cameras, his art collection, the famous Newton-mobile, and many more artifacts from his life. Enjoy the current temporary exhibitions on display such as Body Performance and Post-War Modern Photography.

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Berlin: Bode Museum Ticket

6. Berlin: Bode Museum Ticket

Discover the Bode Museum in Berlin with this ticket. It was in this building, opened in 1904 as the Kaiser Friedrich Museum, presented both paintings and sculptures together for the first time. In contrast to its original intention the building now houses the Sculpture Collection and the Museum of Byzantine Art and has been open to the public since 2006. Admire nearly 150 works from the Gemäldegalerie and the Münzkabinett. Highlights include Bernini's "Satyr with Panther" and Canova's "Dancer", mosaic icons as well as ancient and medieval coins in one of the most extensive coin collections in Germany and around the world.

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Berlin: Entry to the Berggruen Museum and Scharf-Gerstenberg

7. Berlin: Entry to the Berggruen Museum and Scharf-Gerstenberg

Discover the art of the Berggruen Museum, which is part of the National Gallery in Berlin. See an impressive collection of Picasso's pieces of art including his works as a teenager, a series of works from his cubist period, and works from his later years. Some other notable artists featured in this collection are Henri Matisse, Paul Klee, and Alberto Giacometti. Discover Klee's mysterious, lyrical drawings, Matisse's "Nude Skipping Rope" and the sculptures of Giacometti. Apart from the permanent collections, you can also visit the temporary ones such as Pablo Picasso x Thomas Scheibitz or Picasso and his Time, both on display for 2019 and 2020. Explore the Scharf-Gerstenberg Collection which will teach you about Surrealism and Symbolism through some of the most iconic names of these two periods. Learn about the works of Salvador Dali, Victor Hugo, and Jean Dubuffet at the collection which is adjacent to the Berggruen Museum.

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Berlin: Entry Ticket To The Kunstgewerbemuseum

8. Berlin: Entry Ticket To The Kunstgewerbemuseum

Discover the Kunstgewerbemuseum, home to world-famous testimonies of European craftsmanship and design. As the oldest museum of decorative arts in Germany, it includes ornate reliquaries of gold and precious stones, precious vases from glass or porcelain, finely embroidered dresses, detailed furniture, and classics of modern industrial design. Admire the permanent and special exhibitions of the Kunstgewerbemuseum which can be seen in 2 places in Berlin: at the Kulturforum near Potsdamer Platz and in the picturesque Köpenick Castle on a peninsula in the Dahme, where masterpieces of the art of space are displayed from the 16th to the 18th century. Explore the spacious exhibition rooms and open staircase as you see the showpieces of the collection. Designed as a "built landscape", the museum's greenery reflects the neighboring lush green park Tiergarten.

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What people are saying about Berlin State Museums

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 899 reviews

No difficulty entering with the app e-tickets. Invaluable museum, audio guide in excellent Italian, only for some points it was directly in English. Visit to be redone and recommended to everyone

The museum is very nice and the Egyptian area is interesting. If that's your thing, even if you've seen other Egyptian museums, it's still pretty cool.

No waiting times at the entrance thanks to the booking of admission via the Internet. The handling of time windows made a positive contribution to this

Exeptional exhibition in an exeptional building. Friendly staff, easy to follow guidance.

I fell back on this museum because there were no more tickets for the Pergamon museum