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Alte Nationalgalerie (Old National Gallery)

The admission into the Old National Gallery is free and you save € 10 with the Berlin WelcomeCard all inclusive.

Here you will find a variety of works ranging from Impressionism to Realism to admire. As a part of the Museum Island, the Old National Gallery presents art from the 19th century, and occasionally art from the French Revolution until World War I and Neoclassical era until the secession. What is different about this museum than other museums is that the actual building of the Old National Gallery plays a fundamental role in creating a harmony between the antiquity-styled architecture of the building and the modern and contemporary art collections housed within it. 

Opening Hours Alte Nationalgalerie

Mon: closed
Thu: 10.00AM–08.00PM
Tue–Sun: 10.00AM–08.00PM

Admission fee Alte Nationalgalerie

Entrance: € 10

Address Alte Nationalgalerie

Address:
Museum Island Berlin
Bodestraße 1-3
10178 Berlin-Mitte

Phone:
+49 (0) 30-266 42 42 42

Directions Alte Nationalgalerie

U: U6 to Friedrichstraße
S: S1, S2, S5, S7, S25, S75 to Friedrichstraße
    S5, S7, S75 to Friedrichstraße
Bus: TXL, 100, 200 to Lustgarten
Tram: M1, 12 to Kupfergraben

Highlights Alte Nationalgalerie

  • Works of different eras
  • Harmony between buildings and collections
  • Art and architecture of the 19th century
  • Works by renowned artists

Description Alte Nationalgalerie

Built by Heinrich Strack between 1867 and 1876, this building currently displays one of the most beautiful collection of paintings and sculptures of the same century. Come visit the Old National Gallery using the Berlin WelcomeCard and be blown away by 19th century art and architecture, as well as by unique works from famous artists.