Berlin – Opening hours and ticket prices Pergamon Museum
Sure, if you’re traveling to Berlin soon, have targeted the visit of the Pergamon Museum as one of the indispensable in your days in the capital of Germany. The Pergamon Museum shows some of the great wonders of antiquity, such as the Ishtar Gate of Babylon or the Altar of Pergamon.
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This museum you find it in the so-called Museum Island, in the most central area of historical Berlin, near the huge square Alexanderplatz.
Visiting hours Pergamon Museum in Berlin are all weekdays, 10 to 18 hours, except on Thursdays, it closes at 22 hours. Of note, the museum is open on all holidays, including Christmas Day. Just a special time New Year’s Eve (closes at 14 pm) and New Year (it opens at 12 hours)
The prices of the Pergamon Museum tickets are $ 10 regular entry, and reduced admission 5 euros. Of the latter can benefit from, among others, children through age 18, unemployed and disabled.
Here’s all the information of the beneficiaries of the reduced ticket to visit the Pergamon Museum in Berlin. You can also point to guided tours of the Pergamon Museum or by mail or telephone. Here is contact information for tours.
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How to avoid queues to visit the Pergamon Museum. When visiting the museum, you have to take into account holiday periods or weekends are common in long lines to enter the Pergamon Museum.
I can tell you I went to visit on a Friday afternoon in August and had to wait about 20 minutes in line to buy tickets. I tell you some tricks to avoid the queues.
If you plan to visit another museum of the Museum Island, know that there is a combined entry for the amount of input lets you visit all the museums in this area, except for Bode.
The combined ticket price for museums of Museum Island is 14 euros, the normal, and 7 euros, reduced entry. Thus, you have planned to visit two museums, and you are worth buying this combined ticket for saving money.
In this case, it is advisable to start the visit by one of the museums, where there are fewer tourists, and then go to Berlin the Pergamon Museum, where you no longer have to queue to buy a ticket … you already have.
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Another option is to buy tickets at the booth on the street is there behind the Altes Museum, before arriving at the Pergamon Museum.
And a third option to avoid the queues at the Pergamon Museum is the online advance purchase tickets, you can do from the official website of the museum, without any extra charge. Also, you make sure to enter a specific time to visit the museum.
Have a good trip and enjoy your experience!