Berlin Pass Including Entry to Over 50 Top Attractions

Duration: 1 to 3 days
Destination: Germany, Germany, Berlin
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Overview

See all of Berlin with the Berlin Pass! Enjoy free entry to more than 50 attractions and museums, including the Berliner Dom, the Checkpoint Charlie Museum and the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Museum Island. Your Berlin Pass also includes a free hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour and a Spree river cruise (summer only). For either two or three consecutive days (your choice), the Berlin Pass offers you great value and convenience. You also have the option to add a travel card. The Berlin Pass is the only city card that offers free entry to all attractions listed.

Highlights

  • Excellent value for money
  • Great overview and orientation of the city
  • Includes free admission to top local attractions
  • Flexibility to customize your itinerary to your own preferences

Visit: Berliner Dom, Am Lustgarten, 10178 Berlin Germany

The Berliner Dom is a neo-Baroque builidng built in 1905 and restored after large parts were destroyed during World War II.
The iconic dome is a key feature of the Cathedral and offers great views of Berlin
The Cathedral is situated on Museum Island in the Mitte borough – be sure to head to the other Museum Island attractions whilst you’re there.

Duration: 1 hour

Visit: Berlin City Tour - City Sightseeing, Tauentzienstrasse 16, 10789 Berlin Germany

One of the best ways to see any city, a hop-on-hop-off bus tour takes you around the city, stopping at many of the key highlights. The 1 day hop-on-hop-off bus tour included with the Berlin Pass is no different – you’ll get a great overview of the city!
Highlights:
The highly popular open top bus tour allows you to take in key Berlin attractions and landmarks, jumping on and off when you want to explore. Running every 15-30 minutes until 17.00 in the summer and every 20-40 minutes until 15.00 in the winter the bus tour allows a more relaxed way of seeing the city.
Stopping at over 19 different stops, all detailed below, this will save you time walking or getting the metro between attractions. Offering great flexibility the bus tour is often the first thing on visitors to do list. Understand the layout of the city and how the famous landmarks have influenced the layout with this Berlin bus tour.
Please note: ticket is for 1 calendar day only

Duration: 3 hours

Visit: BERLIN BIKE TOUR - Rad - zu Fuß Führungen & Fahrradverleih, Bornholmer Str. 75, 10439 Berlin, Germany

All-In-One Berlin Highlights & Berlin Wall Memorial Tour
This extensive tour covers the most important periods of Berlin’s existence: learn all about this fascinating city from the settlement of Berlin, the Prussian Monarchy and the Weimar Republic to the Third Reich (1933 – 1945), the Cold War and the history of the Berlin Wall. The tour also covers the Wall border strip, with insights into the once divided Berlin and the reunification.
Tour duration: 3.5 hours
January and February: 11:00am daily
March (8th onwards): 10:00am daily
April: 10:00am and 11:00am daily
1 May until 30 September: 10:00am, 11:00am, and 13:30pm daily
October: 10:00am and 11:00am daily
November and December: 11:00am daily
Note: tours are not available between 20 February-7 March
Third Reich & Nazi Berlin Bike
Learn about the Third Reich and the rise to power of the Nazis. Highlights of the tour include Bebelplatz (site of Nazi book burning), New Synagogue, Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, the Reichstag (parliament building), Gestapo headquarters, Rosenstrasse, areas where the Berliner Jewish citizens were deported from and more.

Duration: 4 hours

Visit: Madame Tussauds Berlin, Unter den Linden 74, 10117 Berlin Germany

Rub shoulders with your favourite stars, from Hollywood A-listers and sport heroes, to famous people from history, politics and culture. Over 120 fascinating and life-like wax figures are brought to life and you’ll be double taking at just how realistic they look…
The wide range of famous figures on show will give any visitor an immersive and interactive experience of popular culture, politics, history and more. Bringing these characters to life, together with a description of their life achievements, a visit to Madame Tussauds Berlin is both fun and educational!
Highlights:
NEW:Dirty Dancing – become the star in the most iconic movie of the 80s!
Enjoy your own topmodel moment with Heidi Klum in their immersive fashion set
Meet sports icons and experience real football feelings in the exciting football set
Many more interactive sets, latest technology and exclusive costumes for one-of-a-kind moments!


Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Berlin Dungeon, Spandauer Str. 2, 10178 Berlin Germany

The Berlin Dungeon is a must-see visitor attraction that brings together an amazing cast of theatrical actors, special effects, 360° stages and scenes in an exciting walkthrough experience where you will hear, touch, smell and feel over 800 years of history moving from show to show. It´s funny, scary and keeps you on the edge until the very end!

Duration: 1 hour

Visit: Checkpoint Charlie, Friedrichstr. 43-45, 10969 Berlin Germany

Checkpoint Charlie Museum or the Mauer Museum is a key landmark both for geographical and historical reasons. Situated at the Checkpoint Charlie border crossing, the museum was founded in 1962 and details the history of the Berlin Wall and incidents surrounding it.
Highlights:
Excellent exhibitions which detail dramatic stories of escape attempts, including those by hot air balloons, chairlifts and even a small submarine!
Immerse yourself in the lives and stories of those who tried to escape
A permanent exhibition dates back to the first days of the museum, just after the Berlin Wall was built and charts the lifespan of world’s supposedly most secure border crossing
Examine the original artefacts used during the infamous escape attempts


Duration: 2 hours

Visit: AquaDom & SEA LIFE Berlin, Spandauer Str. 3, 10178 Berlin Germany

AquaDom & Sea Life Berlin is an impressive underwater world home to over 5,000 fascinating sea creatures. With 35 lifelike natural salt and fresh water pools and habitats, including touch pools, you can journey through the waters of the River Spree to the depths of the Atlantic Ocean – learning about everything that lives below the surface. The highlight is the breathtaking journey through the AquaDom – the largest free-standing cylindrical aquarium in the world.
Highlights:
Over 5000 sealife creatures
35 different themed areas
Ride through the AquaDom water tunnel
Neptun’s mirror maze
Interactive Rockpool
Daily feeding demonstrations & talks


Duration: 3 hours

Visit: Insider Tour Berlin, Hardenbergplatz, 10623 Berlin, Germany

Third Reich Berlin: Hitler & WWII – The final days
- November - March: Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays at 10.00 from Meeting Point West.
- April - October: Daily at 10.00 from Meeting Point West
Cold War Berlin: Soviet secrets, CIA spies & more
Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays at 10.00 from Meeting Point West
Jewish Berlin: Destruction & Rebirth
Monday & Saturday at 10.30 from Meeting Point East and 10.00 from Meeting Point West.
Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp: Memorial Tour
- 1 April - 14 October: Daily at 10.00 from Meeting Point East & West
- 15 October - 31 March: Tuesday - Sunday 10.00 from Meeting Point East & West
Insider's Potsdam: Kaisers to Komissars – Prussia's wonderland!
April – October, Wednesdays & Sundays at 09.50 from Meeting Point West
The Famous Insider Walk: Hidden Berlin and ALL Main Sites!
April - October, Monday to Sunday at 10:00 and 13:30 Meeting Point West, 10:30 and 14:00 Meeting Point East.
November - March, Monday to Sunday 10:00 Meeting Point West, 10:30 Meeting Point East.
Berlin Today - Reunited & Revived
April - October, Tuesday & Friday at 10:00 Meeting Point West, 10:30 Meeting Point East.

Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Pergamonmuseum, Bodestrasse 1-3, 10178 Berlin Germany

Home to an extensive collection of treasures including sculptures, reconstructions of archaeological buildings and classical antiquities
The Antiquity Collection features sculpture from archaic to Hellenistic ages as well as artwork from Greek and Roman ages, including pottery, mosaics, jewels and bronzes
One of the main attractions, the Pergamon Altar (180-160 BCE), is one of the key highlights of Hellenistic Art and depicts the Olympian gods locked in combat with the Giants
The Antikensammlung (Collection of Classical Antiquities) is classed as one of the world’s most important collections of Greek and Roman Art
The Pergamon Museum runs unique and ever changing exhibitions throughout the year


Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Pier Alte Börse, Mitte, 10178 Berlin, Germany

Take the weight off your feet and see Berlin from the river! Relax as you cruise along the River Spree whilst taking in some of Berlin’s most iconic buildings, monuments and museums. A favourite with locals and visitors the tour offers informative audio guides to help you identify the highlights as you cruise.
The location of the start of the cruise is Alte Bӧrse Pier, Burgstraße, 10178 Berlin and it is advised that you get there in plenty of time to board. Tours take 1 hour and comes complete with expert commentary in English and German.

Duration: 1 hour

Visit: Little BIG City Berlin, Panoramastr. 1A At TV Tower, next to the Marienkirche, 10178 Berlin Germany

Designed with amazing attention to detail and reseach, captivating special effects bring 750 years of Berlin's rich history to life in miniature form! Located at the bottom of Berlin's iconic TV tower, Little BIG City Berlin features beautifully crafted 3D miniature sets reinvented on a new and bigger scale.
Experience and discover 750 years of Berlin’s history, told through incredible 3D-models and over 6000 miniature citizens, who are brought alive by bespoke projection mapping and holograms. Explore history, cityscapes and the little stories behind the big events that helped shape the city.
Little BIG City is the new way to experience the life story of Berlin, bringing you closer to history than ever before. Discover the most epic events that shaped the city from the moment it was born right up to modern day.

Duration: 2 hours

Visit: LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Berlin, Potsdamer Str. 4 Im Sony Center, 10785 Berlin Germany

A great attraction for the family, come and dive into the biggest LEGO® Bricks Box in the world! There are over 4 million bricks waiting for you to play with and indulge your creativity – it’s like a giant playground! You can also enjoy a LEGO® Factory Tour, see the 4D Cinema and visit the Model Builders Workshop. The kids will love it – and the adults will, too!
Highlights:
LEGO® Factory Tour
LEGO® Studios 4D Cinema
Dragon Ride
LEGO® MINILAND
LEGO® Racers
LEGO® Friends
Model Builders Workshop


Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Olympiastadion Berlin, Olympischer Platz 3, 14053 Berlin Germany

The Olympic Stadium was designed by architect Werner March and was built between 1934 and 1936 for the controversial Summer Olympic Games in 1936. The stadium’s clean geometric lines are reminiscent of ancient sport facilities, and it has a capacity of 74,475.
Today the stadium is at the heart of sporting life in Berlin, hosting football matches, including the final of the 2006 FIFA World Cup, and other world class events.
Please note: Last admission 30 minutes before closing time. No viewing and guided tours possible on days with scheduled events.

Duration: 1 hour

Visit: Bode Museum, Bodestr. 1-3 Museum Island, 10178 Berlin Germany

The Bode Museum was originally called the Kaiser-Friedrich-Museum but was renamed the Bode Museum (in 1956) after Wihlem von Bode who put the wheels in motion for the museum. In 1897, construction of the Bode started on the northern tip of Museum Island. The museum is donated to the Renaissance and was designed by Eberhard von Ihne.
Highlights:
The Bode Museum is perfectly located on the museum island and is a must-see when visiting Berlin. There are plenty of Bode highlights but we’ve outlined why the museum should be top of your museum hit-list
The Bode Museum is home to a rare collection of sculptures from the middle ages to early Renaissance
It contains a large collection of Byzantine Art, coins and medals
The museum has undergone several stages of restoration after being badly damaged in the Second World War. After recent extensive renovation work it re-opened to the public in autumn 2006


Duration: 1 hour

Visit: Brohan Museum, Schlossstr. 1A, 14059 Berlin Germany

Visit the Bröhan-Museum to explore an extensive array of art nouveau and art deco pieces that Karl Bröhan himself had collected throughout his lifetime, from furniture, paintings, glass, silver and sculptures dated from 1890 to 1939.
Bröhan-Museum is an international specialist museum of art nouveau, art deco and functionalism, named after its founder Karl H. Bröhan. The collection includes exquisite art and crafts dating from 1880 to the start of the Second World War. The museum also houses an extensive collection of Images by the Berlin Secession. Alongside the main focal topics of art nouveau, art deco and the Berlin Secession, the museum also hosts special exhibitions looking at contemporary art and design up to the present day.
Please note: The Museum has wheelchair access.

Duration: 1 hour

Visit: Neues Museum, Bodestrasse 1-3, 10178 Berlin Germany

The Neue National Gallery is home to the 20th Century art collections of Berlin's state Museums. Set within a striking glass building, the gallery presents a collection of work by Cubism, Expressionism, Bauhaus, Group Zero surrealism artists.
The museum holds masterpieces from popular artists such as Picasso, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Paul Klee and Max Beckmann.
Art lovers can discover a number of important sculptures and paintings from “Brucke” artist group, who are credited as the founders of expressionism. A particular highlight found in the Neue Museum is “Postdamer Platz” by Kirchner, it’s a scene of this historic location shortly after the start of World War I.

Duration: 1 hour

Visit: Alte Nationalgalerie, Bodestr. 1 - 3 Museumsinsel, 10178 Berlin Germany

The Alte National Gallery (Old National Gallery) showcases a range of artwork from Classical and Romantic through to Expressionist and early Modernist.
Situated on Museum Island, the Alte National Gallery is one of the city's most impressive galleries with it’s collection of 19th century art covering the period of French Revolution to World War 1. Exhibitions at the gallery feature masterpieces from artists such as Edouard Manet, Auguste Renoir, Claude Monet and many more.
A tour of the museum offers a unique insight to the artwork and the architecture of the building, construct during the mid 19th Century.

Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Panoramapunkt, Potsdamer Platz 1 Eingang Potsdamer Straße, 10785 Berlin Germany

Witness spectacular views across one of the worlds most significant squares in the world and beyond by visiting Berlins open-air exhibition
Step into Europe's fastest elevator and be transported up to the 24th floor to witness breathtaking views across Berlin. You'll get a birds eye view of the famous Potsdamer Platz whilst learning about the history that lies behind it. The exhibition 'Views of Berlin' takes you on a historical journey explaining its development over the centuries, and how it has become a central hub, homing a hive of activity within the heart of the city. See Berlin from a whole new perspective at PanoramaPunkt.
The PanoramaCafe is perfect if you'd like to dine with a undisturbed view of the Berlin skyline behind you.

Duration: 1 hour

Visit: Magicum Berlin Magic Museum, Grosse Hamburger Str. 17, 10115 Berlin Germany

Come and discover the fascinating world of magic, the MAGICUM provides a permanent exhibition with ever-changing themes and focuses, you'll be enchanted by many magical objects from all over the world, cultures, and religions.
Take an interactive journey through more than 5000 years of Magic History. Test your magical powers and explore the approach to intuition and creativity. Highlights include original magical artifacts from all over the world, an ambiance full of secrets, witchcraft, astrology, tarot card readings, superstitions and more. It's a must see for everyone who loves MAGIC- Only in Berlin, its a great day out for the whole family to enjoy.
Highlights:
Be enchanted with magic shows from international and national magicians
Buy a souvenir from the gift shop
Tarot card readings
Magical Salon allows you to discover your own magical talents with puzzles, games, and riddles
In a beautifully renovated, listed building


Duration: 1 hour

Visit: The Wall Museum, Muehlenstr. 78, 10243 Berlin Germany

Visit The Wall Museum East Side Gallery to delve into the history of the Berlin Wall and the impact it had on peoples lives through various interactive and visual displays.
The Wall Museum East Side Gallery is a multimedia exhibit that spans across 13 staged rooms. The exciting new exhibit tells the thrilling history of the Berlin Wall with more than 100 original footages and projections, interactive displays, and unique experiences of the fall of the Wall recounted by Mikhail Gorbachev and artists such as Leonardo DiCaprio and Roger Waters. A must see for those wanting to understand the history of the Wall, Berlin and the Cold War plus gain insight on how the Berlin Wall changed peoples lives.
Guided tours available - you must book 2 weeks in advance to secure a space.
Please note: The museum is wheelchair accessible
Highlights:
Real life accounts through projections and interviews
Guided tours - Audio guides (self guided tour)
Restaurant “Pirates Berlin” is on the 1st floor located in the same building


Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Hamburger Bahnhof, Invalidenstr. 50-51 Tiergarten, 10557 Berlin Germany

A former railway station, the Hamburger Bahnhof is a contemporary art museum, forming part of the Berlin National Gallery.
Built originally between 1846 - 1847, it's the only surviving terminal building from Berlin's late neoclassical period, making it one of the oldest station buildings in Germany!
Since the 1980s, the Hamburger Bahnhof has been established as a museum of contemporary art, featuring works by artists such as Andy Warhol, Joseph Beuys, Anselm Kiefer and Robert Rauschenberg. Ranging in mediums from print to video and film, this popular art gallery is a must-visit during a trip to Berlin!

Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Stone Brewing World Bistro & Gardens – Berlin, Im Marienpark 23, 12107 Berlin, Germany

Welcome to the state-of-the-art brewery and adventure restaurant on the grounds of the historic Mariendorf gasworks. The Stone Brewing World Bistro & Gardens was recently awarded the prestigious Beer, Bars & Brauer Awards for Best Beer Catering in Germany, and is one of Germany's top 10 breweries. On the approximately 60-minute brewing tour you can immerse yourself in the world of Stone Brewing and then taste a selection of the delicious beers they provide on tap. Learn all there is to know about the brewing process and craft beer culture whilst you relax and socialise in the stunning surroundings.
Please note: The Brewery has wheelchair access.

Duration: 3 hours

Visit: Museum of Islamic Art, Bodestraße 1-3, 10178 Berlin, Germany

The Museum of Islamic Art can be found in the south wing of the Pergamon Museum on famous Museum Island.
The museum exhibits art of the Islamic peoples from the 8th through to 19th century. This historic collection includes exquisite carpets and rugs, book illustrations, metalwork and intricate carvings and glasses.
The collection of work has been gathered from a vast area stretching from Spain to India but the main focus is on Egypt and Iran.

Duration: 1 hour

Visit: Museum of Photography, Jebensstr. 2, 10623 Berlin Germany

The Museum of Photography or “Museum für Fotografie” opened in 2004 and displays the work of Helmut Newton, one of the most important fashion photographers pf the 20th Century.
Visitors can also explore the Helmut Newton's Private Property exhibit and see some of the photographer’s personal articles.


Duration: 1 hour

Visit: Agyptisches Museum Heidelberg (Egyptian Museum of Heidelberg), Marstallhof 4, 69117 Heidelberg, Baden-Wurttemberg Germany

The Egyptian Museum and Papyrus Collection in Berlin is popular with visitors to the city for is world renown collection of ancient artefacts.
The museum’s collection features sculptures of Pharaohs, decorated coffins, books of the death and other objects, many of which were found in temples and graves of ancient Egypt.
The most famous artefact of the museum is the bust of Nefertiti, an elegant sculpture which sits in its own dedicated room. Also on exhibition is Berlin’s “Green Head” a piece dating back to 500BC and takes it name from the green stone it’s made from.

Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Museum Island, Breite Street, 13089 Berlin Germany

The Egyptian Museum and Papyrus Collection in Berlin is popular with visitors to the city for is world renown collection of ancient artefacts.
The museum’s collection features sculptures of Pharaohs, decorated coffins, books of the death and other objects, many of which were found in temples and graves of ancient Egypt.
The most famous artefact of the museum is the bust of Nefertiti, an elegant sculpture which sits in its own dedicated room. Also on exhibition is Berlin’s “Green Head” a piece dating back to 500BC and takes it name from the green stone it’s made from.

Duration: 3 hours

Visit: Altes Museum, Am Lustgarten, 10178 Berlin Germany

Built between 1823 and 1830, the Altes Museum, or the Museum of the Ancient World, is one of five museums that make up the famous Museum Island in central Berlin.
A permanent exhibition at the museum called “New Antiquity in the Old Museum” showcases a number of pieces of art and sculptures from ancient Greek and Roman times.
There are references to Rome within the architectural design of the Altes Museum building; the 18 iconic columns, the atriums and grand staircase are all elements to be admired.

Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Neues Museum, Bodestrasse 1-3, 10178 Berlin Germany

Found on the popular and iconic Museum Island in Berlin, the Neues Museum, or New Museum, is another popular destination with visitors to the city.
Opened in 2009, the museum is home to the treasures from the Egyptian Museum and the Papyrus Collection as well as pieces from the Museum of Pre-History and Early History - a new exhibition dedicated to the origins of mankind.
Visitors can discover thousands of years of history about the ancient world from the Far East to the Atlantic and from North Africa to Scandinavia, all presented in remarkable breadth and depth
The Museum of pre-history and early history, located in the Neues Museum, has one of the largest national collections in archaeology of the Ancient world.
The Museum offers many temporary exhibits as well as permanent fixtures including the Rudolf-Virchow-Studio, Schliemann-Saal, Stone Age and Bronze Age room, Goldsaal and Saal 5 which include overviews from the Stone, Bronze and Iron ages along and findings from the Mediterranean, West and Central Asia and China.

Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Collection Scharf-Gerstenberg, Schlossstr. 70, 14059 Berlin Germany

Sammlung Scharf Gerstenberg is an art museum housed over 3 floors with a range of paintings and sculptures from the surrealist period.
Visitors can expect to see art work from artists such as Piranesi, Goya, Magritte and Dubuffet, while the exhibition labelled “Surreal Worlds” showcases over 250 works from the surrealist movement.

Duration: 1 hour

Visit: Fat Tire Tours - Berlin, Panoramastraße 1A, 10178 Berlin, Germany

See the sights of Berlin like never before on one of the daily Fat Tire Segway Tours to explore the very best of the city! Our Classic City Tour visits all the must-see highlights like the Reichstag and Brandenburg Gate while our Berlin Wall Tour takes you east to the East Side Gallery and traces the former path of the Wall.
Tours last approximately 3 hours.
Tours run daily - seasonal timetable:
1st - 31st March: 10am
25th March - 31st May: 10am & 2pm
1st June - 31st August: 10am, 2pm, & 6pm
1st September - 15th October: 10am & 2pm
16th October - 30th November: 10am
1st December - 29th February: Mon, Wed, Sat 11am

Duration: 3 hours

Visit: Gemaldegalerie, Matthaeikirchplatz, 10785 Berlin Germany

The Gemalde Gallery, known locally as Gemaldegalerie, highlights the importance Berlin to the art world with its extensive collection of work.
Found in the heart of the Kulturforum in central Berlin, the Gemalde Gallery is home to a collection of over 2,700 pieces of art by European artists from 13th to 18th century.
Visitors will find one of the world’s largest collections of Rembrandt’s work as well as the world famous painting by Jan Vermeer, the “Young lady with string of pearls” all displayed in rooms bathed with natural sunlight.

Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Museum Berggruen, Schloss Strasse 1, 14059 Berlin Germany

The Museum Berggruen has an impressive collection of works by Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Paul Klee and Alberto Giacometti showing the most important sites of classical modernism in Berlin. Together with the Collection Scharf-Gerstenberg it establishes the location of the National Gallery in Charlottenburg.

Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Berlinische Galerie, Alte Jakobstr. 124-128, 10969 Berlin Germany

The Berlinische Gallery is home to a collection of modern art, photography and architecture in Berlin. The gallery covers Berlin art from 1870’s through to the modern day.
The Berlinische Gallery is one of the city’s newest galleries; it reopened in 2004 with over 4,000 square metres of exhibition space over 2 floors.
Visitors will find a large collection of graphic art containing over 15,000 pieces, in addition to works of fine art, photography and sculptures.

Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Ephraim-Palais, Poststr. 16, 10178 Berlin Germany

The Ephraim Palais in Berlin is a magnificent historic building in one of the prettiest quarters of the city. This listed building stands on the corner which was home to Berlin’s oldest pharmacy.
The architecture of the building dates back to the 1700’s and it’s intricate detail makes it popular with design enthusiasts.
This magnificent house was built by a developer Ephraim, who lived there with his family and operated a silver refinery in the courtyard.

Duration: 1 hour

Visit: St. Nicholas Church, Nikolaikirchplatz, 10178 Berlin Germany

St Nicholas Church is the oldest building in Berlin and is an important landmark in the city and its twin towers are one of the most iconic along the horizon of Berlin's urban landscape.
Inside visitors can enjoy the permanent exhibition “From the Base of the City to the Double Spire” to learn about the history of the church, now museum.

Duration: 1 hour

Visit: Botanischen Gartens und Botanischen Museums Berlin, Koenigin-Luise-Str. 6-8 Free University of Berlin, 14195 Berlin Germany

The Botanical Museum in Berlin is a unique museum to central Europe and has been at it’s current location in Dahlem since 1907.
The museum is home to permanent and special exhibitions showcasing botany as well as the art and cultural history of plants.
Please note there is an additional charge, payable on the spot, to visit the Botanical Gardens.

Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Museum for Communication, Leipziger Str. 16, 10117 Berlin Germany

The Communication Museum in Berlin is housed in the world's oldest postal museum founded in 1872 and looks at the past, present and future of communications technology and traditions through a wide of fascinating exhibitions.
Concerning the world of 'information' it's a fascinating museum that presents a collection of historic objects, including the museum’s Treasure Chamber with it's valuable stamp collection, including the famous Blue and Red Mauritius stamps - the most valuable in the world at over $4 million!

Duration: 1 hour

Visit: Kindermuseum MACHmit!, Senefelderstr. 5, 10437 Berlin Germany

The MACHmit! Museum was founded in 2000 set in a converted church it helps children learn through being active and playing.
Children aged 4 to 12 can explore and discover the museum which offers everything from a house of mirrors to a historical soap shop.
With arts and crafts to cooking workshops children are bound to find something to keep them busy and entertained. Take the family to this fun and exciting museum for free with a Berlin Pass.

Duration: 3 hours

Visit: Kunstbibliothek, Kulturforum, Matthaikirchplatz Matthäikirchplatz 6, 10785 Berlin Germany

The Kunstbibliothek or the "Art Library" in Berlin has an extensive collection of art with over 400,000 pieces.
The library is popular with art lovers and graphic designers and the gallery mainly focuses on fine art drawings and prints. But its incredible collection features photographs, posters and advertisements, even a book design collection.
Special exhibitions at this unique art gallery present pieces of work to visitors and are frequently updated.

Duration: 3 hours

Visit: Museumsdorf Duppel, Clauertstr. 11, 14163 Berlin Germany

The Duppel Museum Village in Berlin is a detailed reconstruction of a medieval village featuring houses, workshops, fields and gardens.
This unique reconstruction is on the site of a 13th century settlement and the buildings were all delicately built using techniques from the middle ages.
The village is also an archaeological experiment which researches life at time and breeds and preserves old species.

Duration: 3 hours

Visit: Georg Kolbe Museum, Sensburger Allee 25, 14055 Berlin Germany

The Georg Kolbe Museum is set within the former residence of the late artist, Georg Kolbe, whose studio and surrounding gardens are full of his iconic sculptures for you to explore during your visit.
The museum came about because the artist willed in his testament that the house should be opened to public as a gallery to showcase his work. Many of the artwork can be showcased in their original surroundings for the first time.
The museum features a café where visitors can relax during a visit, surrounded by special exhibitions by this contemporary artist.

Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Museum fur Naturkunde (Natural History Museum), Invalindenstrasse 43, 10115 Berlin Germany

The Natural History Museum in Berlin offers visitors an insight into the prehistoric world with a number of dinosaur skeletons and interactive multimedia displays.
There are many superbly reconstructed skeletons, none more impressive than the dinosaur head at the entrance which appears to be looking through the wall. At the heart of the “World of Dinosaurs” exhibition is the world’s biggest dinosaur skeleton, a Giraffatitan brancai, which stands over 13 metres tall.
The “Evolution in Action” exhibition has over 3,000 mounted species on display, many designed in a way to highlight the evolution process such as how Zebras developed stripes!

Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Jewish Museum Berlin, Lindenstrasse 9-14, 10969 Berlin Germany

The Jewish Museum Berlin is set with one of the most exciting pieces of contemporary architecture found in Berlin. Opened on 9th September 2011 the zigzag-like museum was based on a design of American architect Daniel Libeskind.
Permanent exhibitions at the museum are dedicated to the history and life of German Jews. In addition to this the interior features a windowless Holocaust Tower and outside there is a Garden of Exile, designed in a way to reflect the isolation and disorientation of life in exile.
To compliment the design of the museum, visitors will find a number of contemporary works of art to enjoy for free, too.

Duration: 3 hours

Visit: Anne Frank Zentrum, Rosenthaler Str. 39, 10178 Berlin Germany

The Anne Frank Center, the German partner organisation of Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, is located directly adjacent to the Hackesche Höfe in Berlin’s Mitte district.
The main exhibition ‘Anne Frank. Here & Now’ is focused around the diary and life story of a young Jewish girl, who fled from Frankfurt to Amsterdam with her family in 1933, and lived in hiding in a back building between 1942 and 1944.
Photographs illustrate Anne Frank’s life story, highlighted by interviews with her father, her classmate, and a helper.

Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Deutsche Kinemathek - Museum fuer Film und Fernsehen, Potsdamer Str. 2, 10785 Berlin Germany

The Berlin Film Museum, known locally as Museum fur Film und Fernsehen, illuminates the history of film and television.
Opened in 1963, the museum explores the world of cinema and film from the first moving images through to digital film.
It houses a permanent exhibition on the “History of German Films” which displays many articles of the museum’s collection unpublished vintage photographs and film. Also, the “History of German Television” details the history of both East and West Germany, making a very intriguing insight.

Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Bauhaus-Archiv Museum fur Gestaltung, Klingelhoeferstrasse 14, 10785 Berlin Germany

The Bauhaus Archive is a presentation of the history and work of Bauhaus, the most important school of architecture, design & art in 20th century Germany.
The extensive collections showcase artefacts which demonstrate the achievements made by the school in the field of design, architecture, art, education and photography. It is the most complete collection of work found anywhere.
The exhibitions and collections are displayed within an impressive building designed by Bauhaus founder Walter Gropius and is a commonly known landmark in the city.
Enjoyed by artists, deisgners and lovers of both and art and deisgn, the Bauhaus Archive is a popular museum with visitors to Berlin.

Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Deutsches Technikmuseum, Trebbiner Str. 9, 10963 Berlin Germany

The German Technology Museum - known locally as the Deutsches Technikmuseum - offers an interactive experience into the making of modern Germany through its technology.
Opened in 1982, the museum hosts a large range of artefacts with exhibition topics including rail transport, industrial technology, maritime, aviation and much more. There is a number of historic aircrafts on display dating back to the cold war and beyond.
Visitors can also explore the science centre called Spectrum.

Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Kunsthaus Dahlem, Kaeuzchensteig 8, 14195 Berlin Germany

The Dahlem Museum is a complex which hosts a number of history museums, the Ethnological Museum, the Museum of Asian Art, the Museum of European Cultures and the Junior Museum.
This expansive collection holds a wealth of history and culture and is home to some world class collections and displays.

Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Domane Dahlem, Konig-Luise-Strasse, 14195 Berlin Germany

The Dahlem Museum is a complex which hosts a number of history museums, the Ethnological Museum, the Museum of Asian Art, the Museum of European Cultures and the Junior Museum.
This expansive collection holds a wealth of history and culture and is home to some world class collections and displays.

Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Waldfriedhof Dahlem, Huettenweg 47, 14195 Berlin Germany

The Dahlem Museum is a complex which hosts a number of history museums, the Ethnological Museum, the Museum of Asian Art, the Museum of European Cultures and the Junior Museum.
This expansive collection holds a wealth of history and culture and is home to some world class collections and displays.

Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Labyrinth Kinder Museum, Osloer Str. 12, 13359 Berlin Germany

The Labyrinth Childrens Museum or “Labyrinth Kindermuseum” is museum designed specifically with Children in mind.
The museum is an interactive learning experience in which Children are encouraged to embrace their curiosity and have fun with the exhibits.
Children aged between 3 and twelve can experience the interactive exhibitions from fairy tales to children’s rights, giving your Children the opportunity to learn as well as have fun.

Duration: 3 hours

Visit: Museum of Musical Instruments (Musikinstrumenten Museum), Tiergartenstrasse 1, 25-48-10 Berlin Germany

The Musical Instrument museum displays treasures from 400 years of musical history with a live performance every Saturday.
Visitors can explore 3,500 musical instruments from the 16th century onward such as Bach’s harpsichord, Carl Maria von Weber’s fortepiano, transverse flutes, a portable harpsichord that belonged to Frederick the Great, wind instruments, violins and the largest cinema and open theatre organ in Europe.

Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Brucke Museum, Bussardsteig 9, 14195 Berlin Germany

The Brücke Museum is a small museum that's home to over 400 paintings and sculptures by a group of artists called “Brucke “.
The group was founded by four students from Dresden in the early 1900’s and the “Brucke”s critical attitude towards traditional painting saw the beginnings of an artistic movement later called “Expressionism”.
Situated in Grunewald , the Brucke Museums location mirrors one of the key principles of the “Brucke” group – the connection to nature and the natural environment.
The Brucke Museum exhibits over 400 paintings and sculptures as well as thousands of drawings and watercolours from Karl Schmidt-Rottluff and Erich Heckel.

Duration: 1 hour

Visit: The Story of Berlin, Kurfuerstendamm 207-208, 10719 Berlin Germany

The Berlin Story Museum has recreated some of Berlin’s most infamous historical scenes. The Museum is located in the “Berlin Story Bunker”, an origianal air raid shelter from World War 2. Visitors are lead chronologically through Berlin’s history. Each scene is complimented with a 100 second film as well as exhibition items like Schadow’s Prinzessinengruppe, a city model, various artefacts found in the bunker and many more pieces of the Berlin history.
The Berlin Story Museum creates a vivid overview of Berlin’s turbulent history – contemporary, tangible, international. A portal with numerous hints and tips of where and how to further satisfy curiosity in other museums, memorials and other sites of significance – all of which are highligted on a large city map.

Duration: 1 hour

Visit: Berlin Museum of Medical History, Chariteplatz 1, 10117 Berlin Germany

The Medical History Museum showcases the development of medical science over the past four centuries. Originally opened in 1899 visitors can explore exhibitions dating back to the early 18th Century.
A permanent exhibition is the Tracing Life or “Dem Leben auf de Spur” which presents medical instruments, valuable books and microscopes with around 900 rare and valuable pathological anatomical examples.
Explore dissecting room of the pathologist, featuring Rudolf Virchows collection of samples, the laboratories of medical research and onwards.

Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Maerkisches Museum, Am Koellnischen Park 5, 10179 Berlin Germany

The Märkisches Museum opened in 1913 and showcases the rich culture and history of Berlin.
Stunning architecture and historical artefacts dating back to the Bronze Age give visitors the opportunity to learn how Berlin has been shaped over the years.
Follow Berlins story right back to the first traces of settlement into the present contemporary Berlin.

Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Kunstgewerbemuseum, Matthaikirchplatz - Kulturforum Tiergartenstrasse 6, 10785 Berlin Germany

The Museum of Decorative Arts or “Kunstgewerbemuseum” is set in Kopenick Castle and is one of the oldest of its kind in Germany, displaying large scale tapestries, extravagant lacquerware and wall panels along with valuable centrepieces, porcelain and silver allowing visitors to see art history and it’s influence through the ages.
Highlights of the tour include four panelled rooms, including the richly inlaid Renaissance panels from the Swiss Haldenstein Castle and Castle Hollrich.
Most of the items featured are of great value and include items commissioned by representatives from the church to royals.

Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Museum of Greek and Roman Antiquities (Antikensammlung), Bodestr. 1-3 In Altes Museum, 10178 Berlin Germany

This museum features a large collection of various classical antiques.

Duration: 1 hour

Visit: Schwules Museum, Luetzowstr. 73, 10785 Berlin Germany

This museum chronicles the history of gay culture, both in Germany and internationally.

Duration: 1 hour

Visit: Museum der Europaischen Kulturen, Arnimallee 25, 14195 Berlin Germany

The Museum Europäischer Kulturen is dedicated to collecting, researching, preserving, presenting, and raising awareness of artefacts of European everyday culture and human lived realities from the 18th century until today. As such, we transcend national and linguistic borders and facilitate encounters among different groups of people. Our work is characterised by the term ‘cultural contact’. We continually seek to forge connections between our historical collection and current issues. An important aspect of this work is a close cooperation with respective interest groups, as well as facilitating an exchange with our visitors. The museum is also actively involved in international cultural projects and museum networks.

Duration: 1 hour

Visit: Museum of Pre- and Early History (Museum fur Vor- und Fruhgeschichte), Schloss Charlottenburg Langhansbau, Berlin Germany

The Museum für Vor- und Frühgeschichte, part of the Berlin State Museums, is one of major archaeological museums of Germany, and among the largest supra-regional collections of prehistoric finds in Europe.

Duration: 1 hour

Visit: Museum fur Naturkunde (Natural History Museum), Invalindenstrasse 43, 10115 Berlin Germany

Welcome to the Museum für Naturkunde in Berlin. Comprising over 30 million collection items, an exhibition area of over 7,000 square metres and a Research Department, the Museum für Naturkunde is the largest German natural history museum. On a global scale, it is among the top five natural history museums. It was founded in 1810. Some of the exhibition highlights include the "Fossil Mona Lisa" one of the only 11 finds of the primeval bid Archaeopteryx, the 13,27-metre tall skeleton of Brachiosaurus which is the tallest mounted dinosaur skeleton worldwide, our Biodiversity wall and many more storytelling objects like original items collected by Alexander von or a piece of pitchblende in which the element uranium was discovered.

Duration: 1 hour

Visit: Museumsdorf Duppel, Clauertstr. 11, 14163 Berlin Germany

The reconstructed open-air museum village complex brings medieval everyday life from around 800 years ago back to life.

Duration: 1 hour

Inclusions
  • Berlin Pass
  • Skip the line at select attractions
  • Many special offers and benefits
  • FREE use of public transport in Berlin covering zones A, B and C ( if option selected)
  • FREE full-color 95+ page guidebook
  • FREE Spree river cruise (only between 31 March and 31 October)
  • Entry/Admission - Berliner Dom
  • Entry/Admission - Berlin City Tour - City Sightseeing
  • Entry/Admission - BERLIN BIKE TOUR - Rad - zu Fuß Führungen & Fahrradverleih
  • Entry/Admission - Madame Tussauds Berlin
  • Entry/Admission - Berlin Dungeon
  • Entry/Admission - Checkpoint Charlie
  • Entry/Admission - AquaDom & SEA LIFE Berlin
  • Entry/Admission - Insider Tour Berlin
  • Entry/Admission - Pergamonmuseum
  • Entry/Admission - Pier Alte Börse
  • Entry/Admission - Little BIG City Berlin
  • Entry/Admission - LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Berlin
  • Entry/Admission - Olympiastadion Berlin
  • Entry/Admission - Bode Museum
  • Entry/Admission - Brohan Museum
  • Entry/Admission - Neues Museum
  • Entry/Admission - Alte Nationalgalerie
  • Entry/Admission - Panoramapunkt
  • Entry/Admission - Magicum Berlin Magic Museum
  • Entry/Admission - The Wall Museum
  • Entry/Admission - Hamburger Bahnhof
  • Entry/Admission - Stone Brewing World Bistro & Gardens – Berlin
  • Entry/Admission - Museum of Islamic Art
  • Entry/Admission - Museum of Photography
  • Entry/Admission - Agyptisches Museum Heidelberg (Egyptian Museum of Heidelberg)
  • Entry/Admission - Museum Island
  • Entry/Admission - Altes Museum
  • Entry/Admission - Collection Scharf-Gerstenberg
  • Entry/Admission - Fat Tire Tours - Berlin
  • Entry/Admission - Gemaldegalerie
  • Entry/Admission - Museum Berggruen
  • Entry/Admission - Berlinische Galerie
  • Entry/Admission - Ephraim-Palais
  • Entry/Admission - St. Nicholas Church
  • Entry/Admission - Botanischen Gartens und Botanischen Museums Berlin
  • Entry/Admission - Museum for Communication
  • Entry/Admission - Kindermuseum MACHmit!
  • Entry/Admission - Kunstbibliothek
  • Entry/Admission - Museumsdorf Duppel
  • Entry/Admission - Georg Kolbe Museum
  • Entry/Admission - Museum fur Naturkunde (Natural History Museum)
  • Entry/Admission - Jewish Museum Berlin
  • Entry/Admission - Anne Frank Zentrum
  • Entry/Admission - Deutsche Kinemathek - Museum fuer Film und Fernsehen
  • Entry/Admission - Bauhaus-Archiv Museum fur Gestaltung
  • Entry/Admission - Deutsches Technikmuseum
  • Entry/Admission - Kunsthaus Dahlem
  • Entry/Admission - Domane Dahlem
  • Entry/Admission - Waldfriedhof Dahlem
  • Entry/Admission - Labyrinth Kinder Museum
  • Entry/Admission - Museum of Musical Instruments (Musikinstrumenten Museum)
  • Entry/Admission - Brucke Museum
  • Entry/Admission - The Story of Berlin
  • Entry/Admission - Berlin Museum of Medical History
  • Entry/Admission - Maerkisches Museum
  • Entry/Admission - Kunstgewerbemuseum
  • Entry/Admission - Museum of Greek and Roman Antiquities (Antikensammlung)
  • Entry/Admission - Schwules Museum
  • Entry/Admission - Museum der Europaischen Kulturen
  • Entry/Admission - Museum of Pre- and Early History (Museum fur Vor- und Fruhgeschichte)
  • Guaranteed to skip the lines

Exclusions
  • Food and drinks, unless specified
  • Gratuities
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Upon collection, your card is valid for one year until activated
  • Please note: The hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour is valid for 1 day only
  • You must collect the Berlin Pass in central Berlin. Free transportation between Berlin airports and central Berlin is not possible before collection.
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • Near public transportation
  • Infants must sit on laps
  • Most travelers can participate
Departure Point

Berliner Dom, Am Lustgarten, 10178 Berlin Germany

Voucher info

You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.

Duration

1 to 3 days

Package is not cancellable.

User's Reviews

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Wendy T

Worth the price. I actually take down and add up all the prices of the places I went or activities I did to compare and I am so glad I bought this. Proper planning is key to maximize the use of the pass.

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Ron C

This was a smart thing to do, especially with the added transportation. It made it so easy to get around and easy to visit the many great museums in Berlin. It was well worth the money.

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elaineroufa

took me into more places than I had time to see. what I saw was donderful

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Dion I

The value is so high in this bus tour you cant possibly do or see it all.

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pierrehsing

It is worth getting this pass that enables to see so many attractions in one day , two days, depending on your choice. One needs to make a good plan to see most of them within the time frame. Note that some places, e.g. museums , are closed on certain days. Work out a good itinerary so you do not need to travel extra miles for some attractions.

User's Picture Gallery

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Unter den Linten from the bus.

The bus and walking tours are a must when visiting Berlin... thee is so much to see and do.

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love in Berlin

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View over to Berlin Dom and Museum's Island

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