Museums in Berlin MitteEdit This
Am Lustgarten 1 10117 Berlin, +49 (0)30 266 42 2201
Bus: 100, 200, TXL
U-Bahn Station: Friedrichstrasse
S-Bahn Station: Hackescher Markt
Open: Daily 10:00 to 18:00
Cost: 8 Euros per museum
Museum Island is located between the River Spree and Kupfergarben and contains a row of individual museums.
- Altes Museum houses the Classical Antiquities collection within a Greek style building. It contains sculptures, jewelry and archaeological artifacts that show ancient Greek myths and culture. Soon it will also include Etruscan art.
- Neues Museum houses the Egyptian section of the Classical Antiquities collection, with papyrus, jewelry and more, including a bust of Nefertiti. It also contains exhibits on Prehistory and Early History from all of Europe.
- Alte Nationalgalerie focuses on 19th century artworks, including sculptures and paintings. Works by the German artists known as the Nazarenes (who worked in Rome) and by impressionists such as Monet and Renoir are on display.
- Bode Museum is a baroque style building built right on the river that contains the Numismatic collection, Byzantine art, the sculpture collection and works by the Old Masters such as Raphael, Rembrandt and Bruegel.
- Pergamon Museum holds the Museum of Islamic Art and a section of the Classical Antiquities collection. It also houses the Museum of the Ancient Near East, including clay tablets from Uruk. The building is undergoing constant reconstruction, but remains open.
German History Museum
Unter den Linden 2 10117 Berlin, +49 (0)30 20304-0
Bus: 100, 157, 200, 348
Open: Daily 10:00 to 18:00
Cost: Adults 5 Euros, 18 and under Free
The German History Museum documents the last 2000 years in present day Germany. It contains medical equipment, household supplies, art, posters, documents, textiles, toys, weaponry, photographs and more from both ancient and contemporary times. Special exhibits include the Art of the Cold War.
Mitte Museum am Gesundbrunnen
Pankstrasse 47 13357 Berlin, +49 (0)30 4606019-0
U-Bahn Station: Pankstrasse U8
S-Bahn Station: Gesundbrunnen S1, 2, 25, Ring
Open: Mon to Sat 13:00 to 17:00, Thurs 10:00 to 18:00 (tours with appointments) Cost: Free
Berlin's history is recorded in recreations of everyday life, school life and military life in the Mitte Museum. Sculptures, photographs, documents and paintings done by local artists are all on display.
December 02, 2009 change by tiffanymparker
THE RAMONES MUSEUM in Berlin is the world's first and only museum dedicated to the New York Punk legend THE RAMONES.
RAMONES MUSEUM offers more than 500 original memorabilia pieces from the Fast Four, including hand written song lyrics, stage worn clothing, posters, t-shirts and some obscure merchandise.
In the cosy Cafe Mania you can have a coffee, cake or a cold beer while meeting RAMONES fans from all over the world.
several times a month, RAMONES MUSEUM offers free acoustic shows from world famous bands, so including more..