The best museums in Berlin in 2022

These are the top 100 best museums in Berlin, Germany, ranked by their rating and popularity in 2022. Click a museum for more information about the museum, including visitor information, exhibitions and reviews.

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These are the best museums in Berlin:

  1. Pergamon Museum1

    Pergamon Museum

    The Pergamon Museum in Berlin is one of the largest museums in Germany. The museum showcases some of the world's most important collections of historical artifacts and art. The museum's collections are divided into three main thematic sections. The most iconic one is the Antiquity Collection, which
  2. Topography of Terror2

    Topography of Terror

    What used to be the headquarters of the Gestapo until 1945 is now an architectural complex which holds the evidence of Nazi crimes. There are three permanent exhibitions in Topography of Terror that you can explore and a number of temporary ones. All information is provided both in German and Englis
  3. Neues Museum3

    Neues Museum

    After being severely damaged during the war, this Neues Museum (re)opened its doors to the public in 2009. It now shows huge collections of Egyptian art, prehistoric objects, and classical antiquities. One of the highlights of the museum is the bust of the Egyptian queen Nefertiti. The Neues Museum
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  5. Jewish Museum4

    Jewish Museum

    Opened in 2001, the Jewish Museum in Berlin ranks among the largest ones of its kind in Europe. Visitors can learn more about the history of German Jews from medieval settlements to the modern age and experience the history of Germany from the perspective of the Jewish minority. The museum consists
  6. German Historical Museum5

    German Historical Museum

    Opened in 1987, as part of the celebration of 750 years since the founding of Berlin, the German Historical Museum follows the long history of the German nation, as well as that of entire Europe. The museum is located in two main buildings, one modernist, other Baroque, which were erected some 250 y
  7. Gemäldegalerie6


    Artworks dating back to the 13th - 18th centuries are on display in the Gemäldegalerie, housed in a fairly modern-looking building. Some of the highlights include works by Michelangelo, Rembrandt, and Botticelli. The museum's collections are arranged in a chronological order, making it quite easy to
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  9. German Museum of Technology Berlin7

    German Museum of Technology Berlin

    The Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin (German Museum of Technology Berlin) is one of the largest engineering museums in the world, with an exhibition area of ​​approximately 50,000 m². The exhibition includes: vintage cars, airplanes, trains, ships, electromagnetic coils, coffers, jewelry, machines, co
  10. DDR Museum8

    DDR Museum

    The DDR Museum is an authentic and interactive museum devoted to the daily life in former East Germany (DDR). It is divided into three main areas: Public Life, State and Ideology, and Life in a Tower Block. You can see a typical DDR living room, try on usual DDR clothes, use an original typewriter o
  11. Natural History Museum Berlin9

    Natural History Museum Berlin

    The Natural History Museum in Berlin (Museum für Naturkunde) is housed in a building erected between 1883 and 1889. With a collection of more than 60 million objects, it is one of the largest natural history museums in the world. A highlight in the Natural History Musuem in Berlin is the world's lar
  12. Palace of Tears10

    Palace of Tears

    The Palace of Tears (Tränenpalast) is the former train station and a crossing place between East and West Germany. Citizens from the west part of the country were allowed to travel and this was the place where they said their goodbyes to their friends and family in the east. After the fall of the Be
  13. Old National Gallery11

    Old National Gallery

    Reminiscent of an ancient Greek temple and a UNESCO-designated World Heritage Site, the Old National Gallery (Alte Nationalgalerie) in Berlin houses a huge collection of art of various styles and movements. The collection contains works of the Neoclassical and Romantic movements (by artists such as
  14. Berlin Zoological Garden12

    Berlin Zoological Garden

    Opened in 1844, the Berlin Zoological Garden is Germany's oldest and best-known animal park. More than 1500 different species make it an educative place to visit. The Zoo has many unique animals, including polar bears, pandas, and penguins and it organizes engaging shows and feedings. Due to its lim
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  16. Classic Remise Berlin13

    Classic Remise Berlin

    Opened in 2003, the Classic Remise Berlin center is packed with vintage cars. You can see showrooms, shop for spare parts or take a tour and learn about the origins of this facility. The total area of ​​the Classic Remise Berlin is approximately 12,000 m². In the Classic Remise there are 88 setting
  17. Madame Tussauds Berlin14

    Madame Tussauds Berlin

    Madame Tussauds Berlin is wax museum named after its founder, Marie Tussaud, who made the first figures herself. Madame Tussauds museums can be found all over the world. The museums display wax doppelgangers of well known historical figures, artists, scientists and philosophers as well as celebritie
  18. Neue Wache15

    Neue Wache

  19. Tierpark16


    The Tierpark Berlin is a zoo in Berlin which covers an area of ​​160 hectares, making it the largest landscape zoo in Europe. With around 10,000 animals of around 1000 species, it is also one of the most species-rich zoos. It includes the Freianlagen for ungulates; an accommodation for mountain anim
  20. Stasi Museum17

    Stasi Museum

    Dedicated to East Germany's secret police and housed in its former headquarters, the Stasi Museum in Berlin will inform you about state surveillance. The collection of the museum includes spy equipment and visitors can explore unchanged offices, and learn about the establishment of the Ministry of S
  21. Haus der Wannsee-Konferenz18

    Haus der Wannsee-Konferenz

    Despite its romantic setting by the lake, the Haus der Wannsee-Konferenz has witnessed a dreadful part of German history. The so-called "Final Solution", the deportation and mass murder of European Jews, was put into motion in this villa in 1942. As a reminder of these horrible acts, it has been tur
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  23. Museum Berggruen19

    Museum Berggruen

    Museum Berggruen in Berlin is a museum with a collection of modern art classics, called the Berggruen collection, named after the art collector Heinz Berggruen. At the heart of the collection are the more than 100 works by Pablo Picasso and more than 60 paintings by Paul Klee. Henri Matisse is repre
  24. Computerspielemuseum20


    The Computerspielemuseum is an interactive museum where you can learn about the history of computer games in an engaging way. The Computerspielemuseum in Berlin is the very first museum dedicated to video games in Europe. There are also some retro arcade machines, including classics such as Donkey K
  25. James Simon Gallery21

    James Simon Gallery

  26. Bode Museum22

    Bode Museum

    Built in 1904, the Bode Museum is housed in a historical building and holds collections of ancient art, items from the Byzantine and Gothic eras and the world's largest numismatic collection. After being known as the Kaiser-Friedrich-Museum up until 1956, the museum was renamed after its curator -
  27. Story of Berlin23

    Story of Berlin

    Operating since 1999, the interactive museum Story of Berlin presents the history of Berlin. Learn how people lived in different eras of the city's history. You can also take a guided tour through a nuclear bomb shelter from the Cold War. The museum is located inside the Kudamm Karree shopping mall.
  28. Ramones Museum Berlin24

    Ramones Museum Berlin

  29. Spy Museum Berlin25

    Spy Museum Berlin

    Spy Museum is a private museum in Berlin that was inaugurated in 2015. The museum has an interactive and multimedia-oriented exhibition that deals with the history of international spy and intelligence services. A special focus in the Spy Museum Berlin is on the spies in Berlin during the Cold War.
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  31. Sammlung Boros26

    Sammlung Boros

    Situated in a converted air-raid shelter, Sammlung Boros is a private collection that contains more than 500 works of contemporary art - including pieces by Damian Hirst. The bunker can be accessed only in small groups with a guide - the visit has to be booked in advance.
  32. Aquarium Berlin27

    Aquarium Berlin

    The Aquarium Berlin It is one of the largest aquariums in Germany. It is located in Berlin and was built in 1913 as part of the Zoological Garden complex in Berlin. Since its opening, the Aquarium Zoo has been classified among the public aquariums with the greatest biodiversity in the world. More th
  33. C/O Berlin28

    C/O Berlin

    The exhibition venue for photography and visual media shows works by renowned artists, promotes emerging talent and accompanies children, youths and adults on their journeys of discovery through our visual culture.
  34. Museum of Film and Television Berlin29

    Museum of Film and Television Berlin

    The Berlin Film Museum or Museum of Film and Television Berlin is one of the six film museums in Germany. The entire history of German film is shown in the museum from the 18th century to the present. Furthermore, German actress Marlene Dietrich occupies a special place in the museum and it features
  35. Online discount!The Wall Museum East Side Gallery30

    The Wall Museum East Side Gallery

    Over 1300 meters long, this is the longest still-standing section of the Berlin Wall - one of the most prominent symbols of the division of Europe by the Iron Curtain after the Second World War. With over 100 open-air paintings, The Wall Museum East Side Gallery is said to commemorate the gaining of
  36. Dali - The Exhibition at Potsdamer Platz31

    Dali - The Exhibition at Potsdamer Platz

    With more than 450 original exhibits, Dali - The Exhibition at Potsdamer Platz offers an insight into Dalí’s oeuvre and into the virtuosity and mastership in almost every technique. The museum features an overview of his graphic works, but also shows work portfolios, illustrated books, sculptures, m
  37. Martin-Gropius-Bau32


    The Martin-Gropius-Bau, previously used as a museum for applied art, is an exhibition building and art hall in Berlin. The building is intended for large exhibitions with a temporary character, but also the presentation of archaeological collections, linking these to current issues and discourses. U
  38. Museum für Gegenwart33

    Museum für Gegenwart

    The Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart is a museum of contemporary art in Berlin that is located in a former railway station called the Hamburger Bahnhof. The Hamburger Bahnhof collection is part of the modern art collection of the Nationalgalerie. The collection includes works by Joseph Beuys
  39. AquaDom & SEA LIFE Berlin34

    AquaDom & SEA LIFE Berlin

    SEA LIFE Berlin is an aquarium where you can see marine animals living in various environments making use of modern technologies. Your aquarium visit ends at The AquaDom which is the largest, freestanding cylindrical aquarium in the world. It consists of an acrylic glass container 16 meters high and
  40. Altes Museum35

    Altes Museum

    Designed by Karl Friedrich Schinkel, this building is one of the finest examples of the Neoclassical Architecture in Berlin. Being fully dedicated to classical antiquity, the Altes Museum houses several thousands of historically and culturally important artefacts. Its chronologically divided areas i
  41. Berlin Museum of Photography36

    Berlin Museum of Photography

    The Museum für Fotografie (The Photography Museum Berlin) is a museum in Berlin dedicated to photography. The museum is also home to the Helmut Newton Foundation photo collection, dedicated to the work of German-Australian photographer Helmut Newton. It has changing exhibitions of work by Newton. Th
  42. New National Gallery37

    New National Gallery

    The Neue Nationalgalerie is the Berlin art museum of the twentieth century with an art collection from classical and modern to the art of the sixties. The museum is located at the Kulturforum. The museum building with its square shape was designed by the famous functionalist architect Ludwig Mies va
  43. Trabi Museum38

    Trabi Museum

    The Trabi Museum in Berlin is a museum dedicated to this iconic car that tells you everything you ever wanted to know about the car, and you can even take a Trabant safari through the city. The musuem is located at Checkpoint Charlie and holds and exhibits a collection of classic Trabants, including
  44. Museum in der Kulturbrauerei39

    Museum in der Kulturbrauerei

    The Museum in der Kulturbrauerei in Berlin shows the permanent exhibition "Everyday life in the GDR", using objects, documents, film and sound examples to illustrate the tension between the expectations of the political system and the real living conditions. The exhibition is divided into four main
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    Game Science Center

    Discover new technologies in an interactive way in the Game Science Center in Berlin. This entertaining museum is packed with playful exhibitions which are both fun and educative. Experience the future, try virtual reality and enjoy loads of games. Suitable for all ages.
  46. Berlin Wall Museum (Museum Haus am Checkpoint Charlie)41

    Berlin Wall Museum (Museum Haus am Checkpoint Charlie)

    Berlin Wall Museum (Museum Haus am Checkpoint Charlie) is a historical museum in Berlin that tells the story of the struggle for human rights. The museum is located on Checkpoint Charlie - a line, along with a house for the border guard, which used to mark the borders between the Eastern and Western
  47. Museum of Applied Art42

    Museum of Applied Art

    The Kunstgewerbemuseum is the Museum of Applied Art of Berlin. The headquarters is part of the Kulturforum Berlin and is part of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin. The museum shows the development of arts and crafts in Europe from the Middle Ages to the present. All style periods are represented with
  48. Collection Scharf-Gerstenberg43

    Collection Scharf-Gerstenberg

    The Sammlung Scharf-Gerstenberg Museum (Collection Scharf-Gerstenberg) in Berlin shows art from French romanticism to surrealism, housed in Stülerbau-Ost (Eastern Stüler Building). The collection includes paintings, graphics and sculptures from the Stiftung Sammlung Dieter Scharf zur Erinnerung an O
  49. Bundeswehr Museum of Military History – Berlin-Gatow Airfield44

    Bundeswehr Museum of Military History – Berlin-Gatow Airfield

    The Bundeswehr Museum of Military History – Berlin-Gatow Airfield is a military history museum of the German Air Force Luftwaffe at a former Luftwaffe and Royal Air Force (RAF) airfield, RAF Gatow. It is one of the German military's largest military history museums and mainly focuses on the history
  50. 1. Berliner DDR-Motorradmuseum45

    1. Berliner DDR-Motorradmuseum

    The 1. Berliner DDR-Motorradmuseum (1st Berlin DDR Motorcycle Museum) is a museum for two-wheelers from the German Democratic Republic (GDR) in Berlin, located under the S-Bahn arches at Alexanderplatz. More than 140 motorcycles, scooters and mopeds of the manufacturers MZ, Simson and IWL (almost th
  51. The German Resistance Memorial Centre46

    The German Resistance Memorial Centre

    The German Resistance Memorial Centre is a memorial, museum with a permanent exhibition and research center in Berlin that is dedicated to German resistance to Nazism, occupying three floors of one of the Bendlerblock buildings. It was at the Bendlerblock in the inner courtyard where members of the
  52. German-Russian Museum Berlin-Karlshorst47

    German-Russian Museum Berlin-Karlshorst

    The German-Russian Museum Berlin-Karlshorst is a museum that is devoted to German-Soviet and German-Russian relations. The museum is housed in the historical venue of the unconditional surrender of the German armed forces in 1945, where it illustrates the history of German-Soviet relations from 1917
  53. Museum Blindenwerkstatt Otto Weidt48

    Museum Blindenwerkstatt Otto Weidt

  54. Berlin Musical Instrument Museum49

    Berlin Musical Instrument Museum

    The Berlin Musical Instrument Museum (Musikinstrumenten-Museum, or MIM) is a museum with a collection of around 3500 musical instruments. It is housed in a small building behind the Philharmonie. In 1902 the museum acquired more than 1400 instruments from the private collection of the Belgian notary
  55. Art Library50

    Art Library

    The Berlin Art Library (Kunstbibliothek Berlin) is located on the Kulturforum in Berlin-Tiergarten and is one of Germany's leading institutions specializing in the literature of Art History. It holds around 400,000 volumes. It mainly acquires and researches scientific literature on the history of Eu
  56. Berlinische Galerie51

    Berlinische Galerie

    located in a former industrial hall, the Berlinische Galerie exhibits works from the Berliner Sezession, such as Max Liebermann, Lovis Corinth and Lesser Ury, Eastern European Avant-garde, such as Naum Gabo and El Lissitzky, New Objectivity, such as Otto Dix, George Grosz, Christian Schad and Hannah
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    Body Worlds at Menschen Museum

    Body Worlds at Menschen Museum in Berlin is the first museum in the world wholly dedicated to the intriguing exhibition of the human body that gives insights into the highly complex structures of the human body. It is a house full of muscles, organs, and even diseases.
  58. Museum of Prints and Drawings53

    Museum of Prints and Drawings

    The Kupferstichkabinett in Berlin (Museum of Prints and Drawings) is a prints museum. The collection of graphic works, drawings, engravings, etchings, watercolors, manuscripts, book illustrations and oil sketches, which is considered one of the four most important collections in the world, comprises
  59. Museum of European Cultures54

    Museum of European Cultures

    The (Museum of European Cultures) in Berlin (Museum der Europäischen Kulturen) is one of the three museums of the Berlin-Dahlem Museums complex in Berlin. The main focus of the collection is on art and cultural objects of European peoples and ethnic groups. With more than 270,000 museum pieces, the
  60. Liebermann-Villa am Wannsee55

    Liebermann-Villa am Wannsee

    The Liebermann-Villa am Wannsee is the summer house of Max Liebermann, who was a German painter and printmaker of Ashkenazi Jewish ancestry, and one of the leading proponents of Impressionism in Germany. It is located directly at the shores of Lake Wannsee. Since 2006 the Liebermann Villa is accessi
  61. Anne Frank Zentrum56

    Anne Frank Zentrum

    The Anne Frank Zentrum is the German partner organization of the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam. Its permanent exhibition "All about Anne" invites audiences to explore Anne Frank's life and her diary as a way to personalize the history of the Holocaust. Interactive learning installations encourage vi
  62. Kathe Kollwitz Museum57

    Kathe Kollwitz Museum

    The Kathe Kollwitz Museum in Berlin houses the biggest collection of the German artist Kathe Kollwitz. The building itself used to be a residential villa but got partially destroyed during WWII and reopened as the Kathe Kollwitz Museum in 1986. Kathe Kollwitz is one of the most influential artists i
  63. Berlin Story Museum58

    Berlin Story Museum

    The Berlin Story Museum houses three floors of exhibitions that provide you with a concise overview of the history of Berlin. You will see period photographs, films, and other artefacts. As a part of a guided tour, you can access an authentic air raid shelter dating back to the World War II.
  64. Brücke Museum59

    Brücke Museum

    The Brücke Museum is a museum in Berlin located in the area of Berlin-Dahlem, in the vicinity of the former workshop of the sculptor Arno Breker. The collection consists of contemporary art with works by Karl Schmidt-Rottluff and others. The museum holds around 400 paintings and sculptures and sever
  65. Brohan Museum60

    Brohan Museum

    The Brohan Museum is a small museum in Berlin that is housed in a late-neoclassical building. The collection was compiled by Karl H. Bröhan, who collected works of art belonging to Art Nouveau and Art Deco. The artists of the Berlin Sezession movement in particular are well represented. The museum a
  66. Science Center Spectrum61

    Science Center Spectrum

  67. Allied Museum62

    Allied Museum

    The Allied Museum is a museum in Berlin that documents the involvement of Western powers, the Allies (the United States, Britain and France) in Germany and Berlin between 1945 and 1994. The museum mainly shows the political and military history of the Cold War, illustrating the lives of the soldiers
  68. Berlin Museum of Medical History63

    Berlin Museum of Medical History

    The Berlin Museum of Medical History (Berliner Medizinhistorisches Museum, BMM) is known for its pathological-anatomical collection, a cultural and medical historical significant collection of wet and dry specimens. A highlight are the 40 of the original 3300 specimens of the anatomist Johann Gottli
  69. Neue Synagoge Berlin - Centrum Judaicum64

    Neue Synagoge Berlin - Centrum Judaicum

    Built in the 19th century, the Neue Synagoge Berlin has had a rough history, being damaged on several occasions. Due to its Moorish Revival style, it is fairly similar to a well-known Spanish palace, Alhambra. You are welcome to visit services that are still held here and to explore its museum. In s
  70. Forum Willy Brandt Berlin65

    Forum Willy Brandt Berlin

    The Forum Willy Brandt Berlin is a location for historical education and political information in Berlin that has an exhibition on Willy Brandt and the political developments of the 20th century. He was a German statesman who was leader of the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD) from 1964 to 19
  71. Museum for Communication Berlin66

    Museum for Communication Berlin

    The Museum for Communication Berlin (Museum für Kommunikation Berlin) traces the history of communication and projects the possible future as well. One section of the exhibition is dedicated to the history of transport - displaying historical carriages and coaches. You will learn interesting facts a
  72. Deutscher Dom67

    Deutscher Dom

    The Deutscher Dom is an old German Protestant church on the south side of the Gendarmenmarkt in Berlin. The building with a five-leaf shape, designed by Martin Grünberg, was built in 1708 by Giovanni Simonetti. In 1785 a tower with a dome was added that resembles that of the Französischer Dom. The c
  73. Knoblauchhaus68


    The Knoblauch House (Knoblauchhaus) in Berlin is a museum on the Biedermeier style. The former residential house of the Knoblauch family is is one of the few 18th-century Berlin town houses remaining at the original location. Needlemaster Johann Christian Knoblauch bought the property in 1759. After
  74. Blackbox Cold War Museum69

    Blackbox Cold War Museum

    The Blackbox Cold War Museum in Berlin features an exhibition housed inside a black, box-shaped building at Checkpoint Charlie. The museum is dedicated to the Cold War and features authentic exhibits and 16 media stations with film excerpts and interviews, relating to topics such as rearmament, host
  75. Max Liebermann Haus70

    Max Liebermann Haus

    Named after the famous Berlin painter Max Liebermann (a German painter and printmaker and one of the leading proponents of Impressionism in Germany), who lived here from 1892 to 1935, the building has been home to the Brandenburg Tor Foundation since 2000. It is dedicated to aesthetic education, org
  76. Werkbundarchiv – Museum der Dinge71

    Werkbundarchiv – Museum der Dinge

    The Museum chronicles the product culture of the 20th & 21st centuries, a culture marked by mass production & industrial manufacturing. At the core of our institution is the archive of the Deutsche Werkbund. Founded in 1907, this group of German artists, designers & manufacturers was one of the lead
  77. Ephraim-Palais72


    The Ephraim-Palais is a Rococo edifice originally constructed in 1766 (and extensively reconstructed in 1987) in Berlin that served as a residential and a commercial place in the past. Nowadays, it houses a museum dedicated to history and culture of Berlin as well as exclusive presentations of objec
  78. Museum Otto Weidt73

    Museum Otto Weidt

    The Museum Otto Weidt is dedicated to Otto Weidt and his workshop for the blind and deaf, whom he tried to protect from persecution. Visitors can explore authentic rooms of the workshop where Jewish workers used to produce brooms and brushes. This place served also as a hiding place for some of the
  79. KW Institute for Contemporary Art74

    KW Institute for Contemporary Art

    The KW Institute for Contemporary Art is a contemporary art center in Berlin’s Mitte District that was founded in the early 1990s. It is a center for the introduction of recent developments in national and international contemporary culture. The museum has no permanent collections, only temporary on
  80. Zeiss Major Planetarium75

    Zeiss Major Planetarium

    The Zeiss Major Planetarium in Berlin was opened in 1987 and is one of the largest modern stellar theatres in Europe. The dome has a diameter of 23 metres and is equipped with a Carl Zeiss AG Universarium IX planetarium projector, as well as 100 slide projectors, a laser show installation and sound
  81. Haus der Kulturen der Welt76

    Haus der Kulturen der Welt

    The Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin is Germany's national exhibition center for modern non-European art. Art exhibitions, concerts, dance and theater performances and lectures on non-European art are held here. It was originally a conference hall, donated by the United States. The building was
  82. Maerkisches Museum77

    Maerkisches Museum

    The Märkisches Museum in Berlin presents a variety of objects on the culture and history of Berlin. The permanent exhibition „Here is Berlin!“ invites you to take a walk through Berlin's streets and neighborhoods, where visitors experience how Berlin has changed over the centuries. „Ask your city!“
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    Magicum Berlin Magic Museum

    Magicum Berlin Magic Museum is an interactive museum of magic in Berlin that takes its visitors on journey to the secret World of Magic, its permanent exhibition. The museum is located in the cellar vaults of the Hamburger Hof. Magical thinking gets revealed by African voodoo and shamanic rituals, t
  84. Daimler Contemporary - Daimler Art Collection79

    Daimler Contemporary - Daimler Art Collection

    Daimler Contemporary - Daimler Art Collection is housed in Weinhaus Huth in Berlin. The Daimler Art Collection is a Daimler AG art collection founded in 1977 by the then Daimler-Benz AG and comprises around 3000 works by more than 800 artists. The focus of the collection lies on abstract geometric i
  85. Domäne Dahlem80

    Domäne Dahlem

    The Domäne Dahlem (Domain Dahlem) is the historic manor of the former village Dahlem. It is an open-air museum for agricultural and food culture with an ecological focus in the southwest of Berlin. Agriculture has been practiced here for more than 800 years. The museum features the Culinarium which
  86. Museum Pankow Location Heynstraße81

    Museum Pankow Location Heynstraße

    The Museum Pankow is a museum with two sites: Prenzlauer Allee and Heynstraße. Location Heynstraße is the former home of the manufacturer Fritz Heyn and features an exhibition on upper-middle class living in 1900, still with many decorations and furniture in their original state. The decoration and
  87. Silent Heroes Memorial Center82

    Silent Heroes Memorial Center

  88. Bocci 7983

    Bocci 79

  89. Hemp Museum Berlin84

    Hemp Museum Berlin

    The Hemp Museum Berlin (Hanf Museum Berlin) is the only museum in Germany that houses a permanent exhibition on the hemp plant. The exhibition covers approximately 250 m² and depicts everything related to hemp. The harvest and the processing of hemp are described from a historical point of view, in
  90. Georg Kolbe Museum85

    Georg Kolbe Museum

    The Georg Kolbe Museum in Berlin is a museum with a focus on classical modernism and contemporary art. It is housed in the former studio house of the German figure sculptor Georg Kolbe (1877-1947) and was opened in 1950. The museum and museum garden feature the Georg Kolbe sculpture collection. Furt
  91. Nordic Embassies86

    Nordic Embassies

  92. Brecht Weigel Museum87

    Brecht Weigel Museum

  93. Grunderzeitmuseum88


  94. Wilhelm-Foerster-Sternwarte mit Planetarium am Insulaner89

    Wilhelm-Foerster-Sternwarte mit Planetarium am Insulaner

    The Planetarium am Insulaner with its magnificent artificial starry sky can be found at the foot of the hill of the same name. Here, visitors can experience 360-degree shows, astronomical live lectures, radio plays, readings, music shows and children's programs. At the Wilhelm Foerster Observatory (
  95. Feuerwehrmuseum Berlin90

    Feuerwehrmuseum Berlin

    The Feuerwehrmuseum Berlin is the fire brigade museum in Berlin that has been showing an exhibition on the history of the Berlin fire department (the largest and oldest professional fire brigade in Germany), since 1983. In the approximately 800 m² exhibition space, in addition to photo and video doc
  96. Museum Der Stille91

    Museum Der Stille

    The Museum Der Stille (The Museum of Silence) in Berlin was founded in 1994 by the Russian painter Nikolai Georgievich Makarov with the aim of enabling people in the middle of the city to enjoy peace and contemplation. This intention was realized through a special interior design and the exhibition
  97. Gaslaternen Freilichtmuseum92

    Gaslaternen Freilichtmuseum

    The Gaslaternen Freilichtmuseum (The Gas Lantern Open Air Museum Berlin) in Berlin is a permanent exhibition of historic gas lanterns in the immediate vicinity of the Berlin S-Bahn station Tiergarten on the edge of the Great Tiergarten. Some gas lamps were dismantled and stored in the Museum of Tech
  98. Museum Village Duppel93

    Museum Village Duppel

    The Museum Village Duppel (Museumsdorf Düppel) is an open-air museum founded in 1975 at the protected landscape area Krummes Fenn in Berlin. The museum, which belongs to the Stiftung Stadtmuseum Berlin, has reconstructed an entire village and its environment as it would have existed in the Middle Ag
  99. Archenhold Observatory94

    Archenhold Observatory

    The Archenhold Observatory (Archenhold Sternwarte) is an end of the 19th century created public observatory in the Treptower Park in Berlin. It houses the Great Refractor, the longest pointable telescope in the world, also called Celestial Cannon. The institution was named after Friedrich Simon Arch
  100. Contemporary Fine Arts95

    Contemporary Fine Arts

  101. Marienfelde Refugee Center Museum96

    Marienfelde Refugee Center Museum

    The Marienfelde Refugee Center Museum is a museum in Berlin that is devoted to the subject of leaving the GDR. Around four million people left the GDR to the Federal Republic between 1949 and 1990; 1.35 million of those passed the 1953 founded Refugee Center in Berlin-Marienfelde where they were car
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  103. Deutsche Bank KunstHalle98

    Deutsche Bank KunstHalle

    The Deutsche Bank KunstHalle was an exhibition space in the Berlin headquarters of Deutsche Bank until 2018. The program focused on international contemporary art.
  104. Berliner U-Bahn Museum99

    Berliner U-Bahn Museum

    The Berliner U-Bahn Museum (Berlin Underground Museum) is housed in the electromechanical Hebelstellwerk Olympia Stadion, which was in operation from 1931 to 1983. The adjecent rooms of the signal box are exhibition rooms with numerous exhibits. In addition to occasional photo exhibitions, four to s
  105. Mori-Ôgai-Gedenkstätte100



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