Pergamon Tour—Back in Time to Ancient Babylon
"Absolutely fantastic walk, one of the best ever for us."
Artifacts from Another Age
Gone, But Not Forgotten
Yes, the museum is fully wheelchair accessible.
The Pergamon Altar is the most significant item that is not currently on display. The three museum collections housed at the Pergamon Museum remain open to visitors: the Museum of the Ancient Near East and its Ishtar Gate, Museum of Islamic Art, and the Collection of Classical Antiquities with its Roman Architecture Hall, featuring the Market Gate of Miletus.
Yes, not a problem. Please let us know in the Notes section when placing your order that you would like to purchase Museum Island passes. We'll follow up with you directly.
Georgina has a PhD in Italian Renaissance art history and theology from the University of Sydney, with an Honours degree in 18th century French art and languages. She has taught Renaissance, modern and contemporary art history and film at university level for many years. Her most recent conference papers have examined the art historical context of rap video clips, and she enjoys discussing contemporary visual culture with the same rigour and detail as 15th century painting. She moved to Berlin for the techno, but stayed for the complex layering of past and present that is present in the city at every turn.
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