Museums in Berlin, Germany

    Modern Berlin is not only the Berlin wall, the Berlin Reichstag and the third most-visited city destination in the European Union. There is in 153 museums in Berlin, most of them are in the Mitte district, the historical center of Berlin. If you are tired of museums, there are a lot of parks in Berlin Germany. Zehlendorf Berlin is one of the greenest districts in Berlin. Berlin is known for its fun and beer loving citizens, intellectuals, artistic and somewhat bohemian flair. Berlin is a city of culture, politics, media, and science. Modern Berlin is a city for travellers with kids. Modern Berlin has wide open streets, minimal traffic compared to London or Paris. In Berlin is very easy to get around by walking and the S Bahn or U bahn.

    First of all go to the Berlin Museum Island (Museuminsel). Some incredible museums the renowned Pergamon (ancient art and architecture), The Agyptisches museum Berlin or the Egyptian Museum is one of the three best Egyptian museums in Europe., where the famous bust of Nefertiti is on show, and the Old National Gallery. (S-bahn: Hackescher Markt) all within one location.   There is also the Bode Museum Berlin, a museum specializing in sculpture your kids will enjoy several rooms with coins from all periods and all countries.

    The Museum Island Berlin is a unique complex of museum buildings declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The Museum Island in Berlin is a good idea for visit Berlin in rainy days. Check the weather Berlin, and don’t forget an umbrella because the Museumsinsel is a very big place with so many museum. Museum island Berlin is must see and worth a visit.

Another remarkable place for history enthu­siasts is the New Jewish Holocaust Museum Berlin. The building, considered to be one of the finest examples of contemporary architecture, was designed by Daniel Libeskind. (U-Bahn: Hallesches Tor). Judische museum Berlin features dynamic exhibits on Jewish culture in Germany.  


   Markisches Museum Berlin is German history museum Berlin and a very interesting museum giving an overview of Berlin's history from earliest times


Berlin memorializes John Kennedy with Kennedy museum Berlin is on Pariser Platz, next to the Brandenburg Gate. John F. Kennedy visited Berlin on on June 26, 1963 ans said legendary words “Ich bin ein Berliner” or “I am a Berliner” and promised to West Berliners, who surrounded by communist East Germany, that the United States would not let them down in a crisis.


   Schwules Museum Berlin for gay in Berlin is the museum is not "just for Gays". This museum shows the history of gay culture, both in Germany and internationally.

   Naturkunde museum Berlin is the museum of natural history in Germany. It is home to the the largest mounted dinosaur in the world, and the most exquisitely preserved specimen of the earliest known bird, Archaeopteryx. It is one Berlin Museums for kids.
   Technisches museum Berlin or German Museum of Technology is a home to the large collection of historical technical artifacts

  If you’re visiting museums in Berlin it’s worth purchasing the Berlin Welcome Card or Berlin Museum Pass which provide free admission.