Museum Island

Museum Island

About Museum Island

If you're looking for a museum-rich destination, look no further than Berlin, home to the world-renowned Museum Island. The Museum Island is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and for good reason – it's home to no less than five of the most important museums in the city. The Berlin Museum Island is anchored by the iconic Berliner Dom (Berlin Cathedral), which towers over the Spree River. The other museums on the island include the Altes Museum (Old Museum), the Neues Museum (New Museum), the Alte Nationalgalerie (Old National Gallery), and the Pergamon Museum. The Berlin Museum Island is open every day of the week, and most of the museums offer free admission on Sundays. The exception is the Berliner Dom, which charges a modest admission fee.

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Museum Island Ticket Price

The Museum Island Ticket costs €12.00.

Museum Island Timings

The Museum Island is open from 10am to 6pm.

The Five Museums of Museum Island

The five museums on Museum Island in Berlin are the Altes Museum, the Bode Museum, the Dahlem Museum, the Gemäldegalerie, and the Pergamon Museum.

Humboldt Forum in Museum Island

The Humboldt Forum is a proposed museum and cultural center in Berlin, Germany. It is being planned as the successor to the Prussian Palace, which was heavily damaged in World War II. The project has been in development since 2009 and is currently scheduled to open in 2019.

History of Museum Island

The history of Museum Island in Berlin, Germany, goes back to the early 19th century. In 1828, King Friedrich Wilhelm III of Prussia initiated the building of the Altes Museum (Old Museum) on the island, which was designed by the architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel. The Neues Museum (New Museum) followed in 1841, designed by the architect Friedrich August Stüler. The Alte Nationalgalerie (Old National Gallery) was built in 1876, and the Bode Museum in 1904. The Pergamon Museum, which contains the Pergamon Altar, was inaugurated in 1930. The island was badly damaged in World War II, but was rebuilt and reopened to the public in 1957.

How To Reach Museum Island

There are a few different ways to reach Museum Island. You can take the S-Bahn (S5, S7, S75, or S9), the bus (M48), or the boat (Fähre).

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