Recently, we went on a day trip to visit the Jewish Museum in Berlin and I captured a small panoramic tour for a university project of my sister. Usually, you are not allowed to bring a tripod, but you can request prior permission at the museum - which in the end worked well for us.
I captured all images using a Sony Alpha 6000 with the Samyang 12mm f2.0 lens. Each panorama was created from about 40 to 50 images and some panoramas partly consist of HDR images, e.g. if there was a bright window in the shot.
Unfortunatley, not all of them turned out well. But since this was my first shot and I couldn’t retake any of the images I’m quite happy with the results.
You can view the interactive tour here.