Pergamon Museum, Berlin
About Pergamon Museum, Berlin
Pergamon Museum, Berlin - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Bodestraße 3, 10178 Berlin, Germany
Ticket Price: 12 EUR
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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The Pergamon Museum is a museum of art. The Bode Museum and the Altes National Galerie weren’t sufficient to display the extensive collection of art in the possession of Germany. The Pergamon Museum had to be constructed on the site of an older museum as a result.
The building itself is beautiful. It has Corinthian columns at the entrance and beautiful sculpture adorns its exterior. It consists of 3 separate museums; the Collection of Classical Antiquities, the Museum of the Ancient Near East and the Museum of Islamic Art. Together they form the amazing collection of art from all over the world. The amazing works of art on display are sure to leave you enthralled as they have for many tourists over the year.
Pergamon Museum Information
- Parking availability is very limited.
Pergamon Museum Ticket Prices
- 18 EUR; if you want to view more than one museum this is very economical.
- No ticket for children under 18 years of age.
- Free admission on Thursdays.
Restaurants Near Pergamon Museum
- Allegretto Cafe
- Restaurant Nolle
- Osteria Tarantina
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Pergamon Museum, Berlin Reviews - Write a Review
Pros: Fascinating exhibitions. Loved the Ishtar gate and the street that lead to it from Babylon. Cons: The size of the museum is way smaller than I've expected. 2 floors that can be easily explored by ~1 hour. Nothing like the Metropolitan museum in NYC. Therefore, I guess that the museum island pass will be a better use for your money if you wish to wander for a couple of hours. Also the Altar temple section is closed due to renovations until 2019...
Not some much interesting for me stuff to see. It was quite small and in 6 years from now will open the other part. Make sure you have headphones guide. I paid 18euros for 4 museums. What i like it was the gate. Amazing and extraordinary architecture.
A solid museum situated on the aptly named museum island. We were lucky enough to come early in low season and as such faced no queues. There is a small entrance fee but with this you get a complementary audio tour which is highly informative and provides enlightening information about the exhibits. The main attraction by far is the gate of Ishtar. It's quite a wonder!
The best museum I've ever seen. The Gates of Babylon are a sight to behold. Equally massive Roman and Middle Eastern treasures also away painstakingly reconstructed. Be prepared for an awe-inspiring visit. Excellent audio guides are included. No discount for Welcome card.
The Babylon wall and gate is worth the visit by itself, but lots of other antiquities to see also. They are expanding and the entrance is altered. The new building and entrance look beautiful.
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