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Berlin WelcomeCard Museum Island ABC

To whom the museums of the Museum Island aren't enough, there is plenty more to explore in Potsdam and the parts of Brandenburg, located near Berlin. In addition to the savings of the regular Berlin WelcomeCard, you can travel on public transport services within the tariff zone Berlin ABC, including Berlin-Tegel and Berlin-Schönefeld Airport. The Berlin WelcomeCard Museum Island ABC also gives you free entry to the museums of the Museum Island. For three consecutive days, the holders of the Berlin WelcomeCard Museum Island can visit for free the five famous museums (Ancient National Gallery, Ancient Museum, Bodemuseum, New Museum and Pergamon Museum) of the Berlin Museum Island – these are UNESCO world heritage sites (special exhibition are excluded).

Advantages and services at a glance

  • Free travel with all public transport services for 72 hours after purchase time
  • Discounts of at least 25% and up to 50% for more than 200 tourist and cultural highlights
  • Valid for the tariff zone ABC – Berlin + Potsdam (including Berlin-Schönefeld +Tegel Airport)
  • Valid for one person
  • Free entry to the museums of the Museum Island on three consecutive days (excl. special exhibition, extra fees may occur)
  • Handy guide in pocketbook format with
    • A multitude of current insider tips and tour suggestions
    • City map for Berlin and Potsdam
    • Network plan for public transport
    • Partner of the month with special bonus offers per month
Price 2015: €42.50 Order now! Please note: Since 2013, the Pergamonmuseum has been undergoing staggered renovation work, devised by the Ungers architectural practice, as part of the Master Plan Museumsinsel. During the current stage of renovations, the hall containing the Pergamon Altar will remain closed to the public for five years, due for reopening in 2019. Attention: Longer waiting hours. visitBerlin highly recommends time slot tickets. Please note: For technical reasons, the lift in the Pergamonmuseum is currently out of use. Wheelchair access in the museum is limited!