3 collections unter 1 roof!

On our beloved Museumsinsel are several museums. In the Neues Museum, you will find even three separate collections under one roof.

Nefertiti

For one thing, you can have a look at masterpieces from different eras of ancient Egypt. In this collection, you expect ornate statues, colourful reliefs, delicate papyri and stone sarcophagi weighing several tons. Anyway, you should definitely regard the probably “most beautiful Berlin woman” from close up. After all, the world-famous bust of Nefertiti is located in the Neues Museum and it will fascinate you.

Nofretete Neues Museum Berlin

For another thing, a collection of the development of prehistoric and protohistoric cultures from the Palaeolithic period up to the High Middle Ages awaits you in the Neues Museum. So for example, you can see the famous skull of the Neanderthal from Le Moustier and a collection of Trojan antiquities. The permanent exhibition “Stone Age-Bronze Age-Iron Age” shows you a variety of objects and takes you on an exciting journey into the prehistoric and ancient history.

Last but not least, you can watch art from the provinces of the Roman Empire and artefacts from the extensive Cyprus collection.

With approx. 9.000 objects, the Neues Museum should be on your to-do list and therefore definitely be visited by you. The entrance fee is 12,00€ and you can even book online tickets in advance. Use therefor the free WiFi in our hotels, and then you can go into the Neues Museum without queuing up.

From the hotel CALMA Berlin Mitte you can quite comfortably walk to the Museumsinsel, a coffee to go in your hand and the sun on your face. We wish you lots of fun in Berlin!

Skyline Berlin Sonnenuntergang
Wilhelm-Foerster-Observatory
Tempelhofer Feld Berlin Rollfeld
Tempelhofer Feld

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