The Pergamon museum Audio Tours

4 reviews for audio tours in Berlin

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Ekaterina
5
over 2 years ago
A great tour! Highlights all the most interesting murals, plus introduces you to some bits of history, just enough not to get bored!
aprilsean
5
over 2 years ago
It was a great tour!
Ekaterina
5
over 2 years ago
Enjoyed the tour a lot! Very light and easy to take in, not overloaded with information and dates though provides interesting insights. It was great, thank you!
Stanislav
5
over 2 years ago
We were happy to see this really controversial district and diversified people here. You should definitely try baklava and pizza at Admiralsbucke!
The Pergamon Museum (German: Pergamonmuseum; pronounced [ˈpɛʁ.ɡa.mɔn.muˌzeː.ʊm] (listen)) is a listed building on the Museum Island in the historic centre of Berlin and part of the UNESCO World Heritage. It was built from 1910 to 1930 by order of German Emperor Wilhelm II according to plans by Alfred Messel and Ludwig Hoffmann in Stripped Classicism style. Currently, the Pergamon Museum is home to the Antikensammlung including the famous Pergamon Altar, the Vorderasiatisches Museum and the Museum für Islamische Kunst. Parts of the building are closed for renovation until 2025.