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Bode Museum

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After 7 years of construction, the Bode Museum was open to the public in 1904. Originally, this museum was named after the emperor, Friedrich III, because the first suggestions for this museum arose during his time. The entire museum was designed and built in the Neo-Baroque style. In 1956, the museum was renamed after the museum’s Prussian director, Wilhelm von Bode. Located at the northernmost area of the Museum Island, the Bode Museum stands out because of its prominent dome. The museum itself offers a variety of interesting sculpture collections, a fascinating “coin cabinet” (Münzkabinet), and about 150 pictures in the painting gallery. The Byzantine Art Museum is also a part of the Bode Museum. 

Opening Hours Bode Museum

Monday: closed
Thursday: 10.00 AM – 08.00 PM
Tuesday–Sunday: 10.00 AM – 06.00 PM 

Admission fee Bode Museum

Entry: € 10

Address Bode Museum

Museum Island Berlin
Entrance: Monbijoubrücke
Am Kupfergraben
10178 Berlin-Mitte

+49 (0) 30-266 42 42 42

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Directions Bode Museum

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

Highlights Bode Museum

  • Impressing dome
  • Big collection of sculptures
  • Fascinating Coin Collection
  • Large picture gallery with 150 paintings

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