Pergamon Museum

The Pergamon Museum is located in Berlin Mitte, in the northern part of Museum Island, also known as Spree Island. Pergamon Museum forms part of an ensemble of five internationally renowned museums, belonging to the Federal Association of Museums in Berlin.

The five museums are Alte Museum, Neue Museum, Alte National Gallery, Bode Museum and Pergamon Museum, all of which have been honoured with the prestigious UNESCO World Heritage status, since 1999. The Pergamon Museum exhibits the legendary Pergamon Altar and the Ishtar Gate of Babylon.

Explore Museum Island
Museum Island is home to more Berlin attractions than just these five museums. Berlin Cathedral is an evangelical church built by renowned Berlin architects Martin Böhme, Johann Boumann, Karl Friedrich Schinkel, and father and son Julius and Otto Raschdorff. It has an impressive baroque construction that has attracted visitors from all over the world since being restored in 1993.

Lustgarten, which originally has been part of the Berlin City Palace, is a busy pleasure garden in the summer months. Throughout the history of Berlin, many demonstrations and manifestations have taken place in this park. Most significantly, in 1933, 200,000 people raised their voice to demonstrate against the regime of Adolf Hitler. Today, Lustgarten is a beautiful park with a fountain, which attracts tourists and locals alike.

Berlin Accommodation near Pergamon Museum
When choosing a Berlin Hotel, look no further than the Radisson Blu Hotel, Berlin with its excellent guest facilities and lavish spa. Visitors can enjoy a relaxing massage or facial after a day exploring Pergamon Museum and Museum Island. The hotel is located close to public transport, enabling visitors to reach Berlin’s sights easily. Pergamon Museum is located only 400 metres away from the hotel.