Museum Pass Berlin
The Museum Pass Card offers free entrance to over 30 museums in Berlin, including Museum Island. Discover its price, where to purchase it and the museums included.
The 3-day Museum Pass is an ideal option if you want to visit Berlin’s most-visited museums, some of which are world-renowned. The Museum Pass offers free access to over 30 exhibits during three consecutive days.
This Museumspass tourist pass includes free admission to the numerous foundations on Museum Island: Pergamon Museum, Neues Museum, Bode-Museum, Old National Gallery and the Altes Museum.
Other museums included in the card are: the Hamburger Bahnhof, Jewish Museum Berlin, Berggruen Museum, and a lot of others.
The only type of Museum Pass that exists is a 3-day Museum Pass that costs € 34 (US$ 36.40).
If you also wish to buy the Berlin Welcome Card, you can purchase both tourist passes for € 34 (US$ 36.40), and activate each separately.
Is it worthwhile?
Even if you only wish to visit a few of the city’s most renowned museums, the Museum Pass Card is normally worthwhile. A 3-day Museum Pass Berlin is less expensive than visiting the Pergamon Museum and the Neues Museum separately.
If you’re not staying in the city center and are going to use Berlin’s public transport regularly, it might be a better option to purchase the Berlin Welcome Card & Museum Island.
Where to purchase the Museum Pass Berlin?
The Museum Pass Berlin is available at any tourist information office in the city. You can also purchase it at any of the museums included in the tourist pass and in certain hotels.