Museum Island with New Museum
Learn more about the history of the Museum Island on this two-hour guided tour and visit with us as a highlight the Egyptian Museum in the renovated New Museum. Immerse yourself in the life of the ancient Egyptians, see mummies, tons of sarcophagi, and learn how people prepared for their journey after death. And all this with professional guidance and without waiting in line at the museum entrance.
- Private tour
- Free admission to museum for school classes
- Outside tour of the entire Museum Island
- Guided tour inside the New Museum
Date and time:
English, German, other languages upon request
Prices (incl. all taxes):
Groups of 10 or more travelers € 39 per person
Groups of 20 or more travelers € 33 per person
School classes of 10 or more people € 19 per person
School classes of 20 or more people € 15 per person
For small groups of up to 9 people and for large
groups of 40 or more people please request an offer
Offer and Booking:
Book the tour online using the yellow „Book now“ button on this page. For questions or to receive an individual offer with price and tour suggestion use the contact form on this page or simply call us at +49-30-220 11 88 89 (Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. local time). Cancellations and changes – including a change of the number of participants – are free of charge, provided that they are made not later than 7 days before the start of the tour – payments already made will be reimbursed.
If there are more than 25 people, the group will be split and a second guide will be assigned at no extra charge. The tour can be customized according to your individual needs.
Discover the UNESCO World Heritage site: the Berlin Museum Island. In 1830, the Prussian architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel completed his masterpiece on the city’s most prominent square, opposite the kings castle: the Old Museum. Over the next hundred years, the New Museum, the Old National Gallery, Pergamon Museum and the Bode Museum have been built and became a place of art. Heavy destruction in the war has left scars that are today sensitively preserved and integrated by international star architects. The result is the spectacular contrasts of old and new, of destruction and liveliness as this is also typical for Berlin. The highlight of the Egyptian collection is the 3500-year-old bust of Nefertiti.
On this tour you will see: