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Pergamon Museum

Opened in 1930, this museum has one of the most important collections of oriental art in the world. In its fourteen rooms, findings of the excavations carried out by German archaeologists in Asia Minor are displayed, in addition to a large collection of works of ancient Islamic art ranging from the eighth to the nineteenth centuries. The name of the museum is due to the most amazing piece that is exhibited there: the Altar of Pergamum. A large ceremonial building of the ancient Greek city of Pergamum, which was brought piece by piece from the current turkey, and then rebuilt with all its original splendor inside the museum.

Address:Bodestraße, 1-3 Berlin.

Tickets: Adults: € 19. Students: € 6.

Schedules: Every day: from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (Thursday until 8:00 p.m.)

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Altes Old Museum

As the name implies, this is the oldest of the Berlin museums that still stands. It was built between 1823 and 1830 to house the paintings from the castles of Berlin, Potsdam, Charlottenburg and other private collections. Then its catalog was expanded and today this museum keeps inside one of the most important collections of classical art in the world. In its halls there is a large collection of ancient Greek and Roman art with stone sculptures, bronze or clay figures, vases, paintings, portraits and jewels.

Address: Bodestraße, 1-3.

Tickets: Adults: € 10. Students: € 5.

Schedules: Every day: from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (Thursday until 20:00 hours).

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New Museum

Located behind the Old Museum, the Neues Museum, they exhibit incredible Egyptian and prehistoric collections, including the famous bust of Nefertiti, a piece that makes it known throughout the world. This museum, inaugurated in 1859, was completely destroyed during the Second World War, due to the bombing of Berlin and it was only in 2009 that its restoration was completed, preserving the remains of the old building and respecting its structure.

Address: Genthiner Straße, 38.

Tickets: Adults: € 12. Students: € 6.

Schedules: Every day: from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (Thursday until 20:00 hours).

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Old National Gallery

The Old National Gallery in Berlin was opened in 1876 to house a large collection of German pictorial and sculptural art from the 19th century. Here we will see works by well-known German artists such as Adolph Menzel, Max Lieberman, Karl Friedrich Schinkel, Caspar David Friedrich and Carl Blechen, among many others.

Address: Bodestraße, 1-3.

Tickets: Adults: € 10. Students: € 5.

Schedules: Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (Thursday until 20:00 hours).

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Photography museum

The Museum für Fotografie, is an ideal place for photography lovers, a museum where we can appreciate the work of great contemporary German photographers and how they have portrayed German history with the lens of their cameras. In addition to its collection, this museum was thought of as a research and documentation center for photography. The museum is located in a restored building that was once a Prussian military barracks in the Charlottenburg neighborhood.

Address: Jebensstraße 2

Tickets: General € 10

Hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 11 a.m. at 7 p.m.

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Berlin Natural History Museum

Founded in 1810 this bicentennial museum has a collection of fossils, minerals, specimens and unique natural objects in the world. Their showcases were feeding on the hundreds of German scientific expeditions around the world, from the early 19th century to the present day. This is an ideal museum to explore with children, who will be amazed to see the huge dinosaur fossils, which really seem to have life!

Address:Invalidenstrasse 43

Price: adult € 8.00

Schedules: Tuesday – Friday 9.30 a.m. at 6 p.m. Weekend from 10 a.m. at 6 p.m..

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The Bode Museum

This museum located on the northern tip of the island, is easily recognizable due to its copper brown dome, which is part of one of Berlin’s best known postcards. Inside it houses the sculpture and art collections that range from the Byzantine period, to the middle ages, the Italian Gothic, and the first Renaissance. This museum has a small annex called The Münzkabinett (“coin cabinet”), partly exhibited in the neighboring Pergamon museum, is one of the largest numismatic collections in the world. Its time range covers from the beginning of the coinage, in the seventh century B.C. in Asia Minor, to this day.

Address: Bodestraße, 1.

Tickets: Adults: € 12. Students: € 6.

Schedules: Every day: from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (Thursday until 20:00 hours).

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Video Game Museum

If you think like us that video games are also works of art, this museum has to be on your list of places to visit in Berlin. Opened in 1997 this was the world’s first museum for entertainment culture and today it is still the largest of its kind. Here you can see (and play) the most primitive video games to the most modern, knowing their history and that of their creators. A very interesting museum for boys and for not-so-boys, which were protagonists of much of this technological evolution.

Address: Karl-Marx-Allee 93a

Tickets: General € 9

Hours: every day from 10 a.m. at 8 p.m.

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Topography of Terror

The idea of ​​building this museum arose when the remains of the old dungeons of the gestapo, Hitler’s secret police, were found in an excavation in the heart of Berlin. Here not only the archaeological remains of what was formerly the headquarters of the SS and the Gestapo are preserved, but an interesting photographic exhibition of what was Nazi propaganda and crimes committed by this regime, is exposed What is undoubtedly the darkest history of Germany. As an additional complement, a fragment of the walls of the Berlin wall, which passed right through this place, are preserved.

Address:Niederkirchnerstraße 8

Tickets:Free

Hours:Every day from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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German Historical Museum

A very interesting museum to discover the rich German history, from its early years, to the present day, through the Prussian era, the Second World War, the Cold War and the division of the country. It is located in the center of Berlin, next to the island of museums, in the mitte neighborhood. A mandatory museum for all those history lovers!

Address:Unter den Linden 2

Tickets:General € 8

Hours:Every day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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