Skip the tail of the Altes Museum on the famous Museum Island in Berlin. You will travel back in time to antiquity, where Greek philosophers strolled and Roman soldiers marched. Get inspired by Etruscan art, the skill and mastery of Greek potters, and the precision of ancient statues, including the world’s most famous lovers: Julius Caesar and Cleopatra.
The old does not always have to be good. But in the case of the Altes Museum, each piece of antiquity is impressive. The building, completed in 1830, is one of the most important examples of neoclassical architecture in all of Germany.
And the impressive exterior matches the interior of the museum in beauty and detail. And that is just architecture! The collection of treasures it houses is, so to speak, even more impressive.
You will pass rooms decorated with vessels and sculptures created with a wide range of materials such as bronze, terracotta, glass and even ivory and jewels made of precious metals and stones. Other objects to highlight are the Münzkabinett(The cabinet of the coins) and a good collection of Etruscan art.
Show the tickets on your smartphone and enter the museum without queuing.
Children up to 3 years free of charge, from 4 to 14 pay a reduced rate, then pay the adult rate.
This attraction is accessible in wheelchairs and for people with reduced mobility.
Cancellations are not possible for this entry