Visited in June- well organized and nice galeri worth of 2h of your time. Really enjoyed Rembrants and Vermeers rooms!
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This extraordinary museum showcases the world's largest collection of Art from the Dutch Golden Age plus many other masters from other eras. Your ticket includes a free audio guide with detailed information about the key works. Leave plenty of time as the collection is vast...More
I believe the Gemaldegalerie translates into picture gallery (German is not my strength). The gallery is all paintings, art for art's sake. They have an excellent exhibition covering many northern European artists as well as some of the Southern European artists, but I think their...More
Not only is the collection astounding, the building is also world-class. The entire art of the Kulturforum is worth a day or two. We elected to visit the Gemaldegalerie before a performance at the Philharmonic, just steps away. Worked out well, except we would have...More
This museum seems to be easily missed since it's not in Museum Island. We walked to it from the center of town and only took a taxi back because it started to rain. Take a couple of hours to see all the rooms. One drawback...More
A comprehensive collection of German and other European works from the renaissance era to the nineteenth century.
Holbein was the best, but all the masters are there. Quiet, not crowded on the day we were there, a nice way to spend an hour or two. Disappointed in the lack of public transport in this cultural area.
Easy to see -you can reach the culture forum easily from the city centre and not very crowded. lots and lots of works from major painters- from italian Renaissance to early german painture, flemmish and dutch school, everybody is present. Fabulous Rafael, Rembrandt, Caravagio, Rubens,...More
This is probably the only museum in Berlin which is a must for any art lover. A magnificent collection, well lit and beautifully presented. But if you love art you must know this already and if not - don't bother. It is sad to note...More