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Explore the Alte Museum Berlin, designed by architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel. Marvel at its monumental columns and discover antique sculptures, the permanent antique collection, and coins from the Roman empire.
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- Visit the Alte Museum and experience a journey through time into classical antiquity
- Marvel at the monumental columns and a rotunda inspired by the Pantheon
- Discover ancient sculptures
- Immerse yourself in the art and culture of the Greeks, Etrusans and Romans
- Explore the coin cabinet with its antique coins
DescriptionVisit the Altes Museum and see one of the most important Neoclassical buildings in Germany. Be enchanted by its columns, the wide vestibule, and portico. Marvel at the murals of the rotunda, which were modeled after the Pantheon in Rome. Admire the antique collection with its permanent exhibition on the art and culture of the Greeks, Etruscans, and Romans. See sculptures such as the Berlin Goddess as well as gold and silver jewelry under the sky-blue ceiling of the treasure chamber. You'll also discover the coin collection with more than 1,300 items from antiquity. See the first gold and silver alloy coins as well as those from the crisis years of the Roman Empire.
IncludesEntrance ticket for the Alte Museum Berlin Audio guide in most of the exhibitions
- Wearing a medical or FFP2 mask is recommended but not mandatory
- The first floor is open at 11:00
- The garderobe closes 30 minutes before the museum closes
- The building complex is fully wheelchair accessible. There is barrier-free access via the service entrance (Am Lustgarten). Please contact the gatekeeper
- Groups can only be booked for up to 5 people. No larger groups are possible