From Pergamo to Berlin, a concentration of archaeological history, which contains extraordinary testimonies of Mesopotamia, Egypt and ancient Rome. The Pergamon Museum it is, without doubt, an unmissable appointment for those who should be in the wonderful Berlin; it is one of the most important archaeological museums in the world, located on the Museum Island on the Spree river. Every year, it attracts almost 900 thousand visitors.
You will have the chance to see up close some of the most incredible and fantastic ancient testimonies that have contributed to the fame of this museum all over the world; the altar of Pergamon, the market gate of Miletus and the Ishtar Gate, the processional street of Babylon and the Mshatta Facade, monumental reconstructions of complex archaeological buildings. It should be noted, however, that modernization works are underway, for which it was necessary to close some rooms.
The Pergamonmuseum is located at Am Kupfergraben 5, Berlin.
We arrive by tram n. 12 or M1, at the homonymous stop Kupfergraben. Alternatively, you can arrive by suburban S-Bahn trains, getting off at the stop Hackescher Markt, or the U-Bahn metro, 6 line - stop Friedrichstrasse.
The complex is open every day, from Monday to Sunday, including holidays, from 10: 00 to 18: 00. Only on Thursday, open from 10: 00 to 20: 00.
Entry is allowed 30 minutes before closing.
The ticket, for adults, costs 18.00 €. A reduction of 50% is foreseen for students and people with reduced mobility; in this case, the appropriate certificate must be shown. Through this link, you can purchase a ticket to Berlin's Museum Island with access to 5 sites, including Pergamon. You will receive the voucher directly on your mobile, to be shown simply at the entrance, avoiding the queue at the ticket office!