Yadegar Asisi is an Austria-born artist known for creating some of the world’s most extensive 360° panoramas.
In Berlin, he has created The Panorama DIE MAUER (the Berlin Wall), which reflects the atmosphere and day-to-day life of 1980s Berlin in the shadows of the Berlin Wall.
On the Panorama, Asisi has depicted everyday life he experienced in the West Berlin district of Kreuzberg in the 1980s.
You get to see the way people lived on both sides of the Berlin Wall – despite being just a stone’s throw away.
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What to expect at DIE MAUER
All guests see Asisi’s work from a visitor platform, from where they get a realistic view of the 360-degree panorama artwork on a 1:1 scale.
You will take the position of a West Berlin citizen who lives in Berlin-Kreuzberg directly opposite the Berlin Wall with a view of the German Democratic Republic (GDR) Death Strip.
The Panorama transports visitors to an autumn day in the Kreuzberg area of Berlin.
THE WALL highlights the daily routines of the divided city in numerous interweaving scenes and settings over some 25 years.
Even as you enjoy the Panorama, music composed by Eric Babak transports you right in the middle of all the action.
Berlin Wall Asisi Panorama tickets
This Berlin Wall Panorama ticket gets you access to the complete experience at the attraction.
Since this is a Skip the Line ticket, you can avoid the lines at the ticket counter.
On the day of your visit, you can show the ticket on your mobile and enter.
This ticket comes with a free key folder with additional information.
You can cancel this ticket up to 24 hours in advance to receive a full refund.
Cost of tickets
Adult ticket (21+ years ): €11
Student ticket (18 to 25, with ID): €9
Youth ticket (17 to 20 years): €9
Child ticket (6 to 16 years): €5
Kids younger than five years walk in for free.
Guided tour of The Wall
A free guided tour is available on Thursdays at 11.30 am in English and Saturdays at 11.30 am in German, but no reservations are required.
The free guided tour is not included in your ticket price, and spots are subject to availability.
For groups of ten or more, there is an on-site group rate.
How to reach
Asisi Panorama The Wall is at Checkpoint Charlie, and its address is Friedrichstraße 205, 10117 Berlin. Get Directions
Getting there by bus or metro –
Kochstrasse / Checkpoint Charlie
Stadtmitte / Leipziger Strasse
The Wall’s timings
Asisi Panorama is open from 10 am to 6 pm all through the week.
The last entry is an hour before closure.
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