Ägyptisches Museum:

Museum für Naturkunde:

  1. Pergamonmuseum

    Berlin’s most impressive museum is a vast treasure trove of antiquities .

  2. Ägyptisches Museum

    The star exhibit in the Egyptian Museum, part of the Neues Museum, is the beautiful bust of Nefertiti, wife of Akhenaton. The long-necked limestone bust, discovered in 1912, probably served as a model. Also worth seeing is the “Berlin Green Head”, a small bust from the 4th century BC. The museum also holds numerous mummies, sarcophagi, murals and sculptures.

    • Museumsinsel, Bodestr. 1–3

    • 10am–6pm Mon–Sun, until 10pm Thu

    • 030 266 36 60

    • Admission charge

  3. Deutsches Historisches Museum

    Germany’s largest History Museum uses unique exhibits, documents and films to take the visitor on a journey through German history, from the Middle Ages to the present day. Special exhibitions are devoted to particular themes .

  4. Dahlem Museums

    The three museums based in southwest Berlin are a fantastic resource of exotic and historic European cultures. The Museum of Ethnology is devoted to the cultures of the Pacific, North and South America as well as Africa. The Museum of Asian Art has exquisite collections from China, Japan, India and Southeast Asia. The Museum of European Cultures reopens in September 2010. Its collections will eventually move to the new Humboldt-Forum.

  5. Jüdisches Museum

    The Jewish Museum, housed in a spectacular building designed by Daniel Libeskind, documents the German–Jewish relationship through the centuries. There are special exhibitions on the influence of Berlin Jews on the town’s cultural life, and on the life of the Enlightenment philosopher Moses Mendelssohn. An empty room commemorates the loss of Jewish culture. There is also an exciting programme of special events .

    The Jewish Museum
  6. Deutsches Technikmuseum

    The fascinating Museum of Technology, on the site of a former station, has fascinating hands-on displays on the history of technology.

  7. Kunstgewerbemuseum

    European crafts from over five centuries are on display at this museum. Its most valuable exhibits are the treasure of the Guelphs from Braunschweig and the silver treasure of the town council in Lüneburg. The museum also holds valuable Italian tinglazed earthenware, Renaissance faïence and German Baroque glass and ceramics. Popular displays show Neo-Classical porcelain and furniture, Jugendstil art and Tiffany vases, as well as 20th-century Art-Deco and modern designs.

    • Matthäikirchplatz

    • 10am–6pm Tue-Fri, 11am–6pm Sat, Sun

    • 030 266 2902

    • Admission charge

  8. Museum für Naturkunde

    With over 60 million exhibits, the Natural History Museum is one of the largest of its kind. One of the star features is the world’s largest dinosaur skeleton, a brachiosaurus found in Tanzania in 1909. There are six further dinosaur skeletons as well as many fossils of mussels, birds and mammals. Together, they take the visitor back to prehistoric times. It is also worth making a visit to the glittering exhibition of meteorites and minerals.

    • Invalidenstr. 43

    • 9:30am–5pm Tue–Fri, 10am–6pm Sat & Sun

    • Admission charge

  9. Haus am Checkpoint Charlie

    The museum at the former Allied checkpoint documents events at the Berlin Wall .

  10. Musikinstrumenten-museum

    Some 750 musical instruments can be heard in this museum, including such famous ones as Frederick the Great’s harpsichord. Don’t miss the silent-film organ which still works (first Sat in the month, noon).

    • Ben-Gurion-Str. 1

    • 9am–5pm Tue–Fri, until 10pm Thu, 10am–5pm Sat, Sun

    • Admission charge

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