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  1. Alte Nationalgalerie

    Alte Nationalgalerie

    Housing an incredible collection of 19th-century paintings and sculpture, the Alte Nationalgalerie in Berlin is a must-visit for art lovers.

  2. Altes Museum

    Altes Museum

    The Altes Museum is one of the state museums of Berlin and is located on Museum Island.

  3. © Anne Frank Zentrum Berlin

    Anne Frank Zentrum

    The Anne Frank Zentrum, run by the German partners of the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, is located directly next to the Hackesche Höfe in Berlin’s Mitte district. The exhibition “Anne Frank. here & now” focus on the famous diary and story of the Jewish girl and her family who fled to Amsterdam from Frankfurt am Main in 1933 and hid in a back courtyard attic there 1942 to 1944.

  4. ©asisi, Foto: Tom Schulze

    asisi Panorama THE WALL

    The asisi Panorama The Wall is an exhibition that combines art and history, putting you in the shoes of those who lived in a divided Germany.

  5. Museum Barberini Blick über die Freundschaftsinsel

    Barberini Museum

    The Barberini Museum features changing exhibitions from the art collection of founder and patron Hasso Plattner.

  6. © Wolfgang Scholvien

    Berlin Cathedral

    Berlin Cathedral's dome is one of the city's main landmarks, and the Cathedral is home to ornamental mosaics, impressive works of art and an interesting museum.

  7. Berlin Story Museum

    Berlin Story Museum

    Located in a subterranean bunker, the Berlin Story Museum transports visitors through 800 years of Berlin life using a selection of multimedia displays.

  8. Mythos Germania - Modell Germania
  9. © Berlinische Galerie, Foto: Nina Straßgütl

    Berlinische Galerie

    The Berlinische Galerie (Berlin Gallery) is one of the youngest museums in the city and collects art created in Berlin from 1870 to the present day – with both a local focus and at the same time international appeal. Founded in 1975, the Landesmuseum (State Museum) opened its own gallery in 2005 neighbouring the Jewish Museum in a spaciously converted industrial hall with 4,600 m² (50,000 ft²) exhibition space.