Berlin State Museums

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Museum Island: ICE train between Bode and Pergamon Museum
Kulturforum
Dahlem Museums
Köpenick Palace

The Berlin State Museums (German: Staatliche Museen zu Berlin) are a group of institutions in Berlin, Germany, comprising seventeen museums in five clusters, several research institutes, libraries, and supporting facilities. They are overseen by the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation and funded by the German federal government in collaboration with Germany's federal states. The central complex on Museum Island was added to the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites in 1999. By 2007 the Berlin State Museums had grown into the largest complex of museums in Europe.[1]

Director-general of the Berlin State Museums is Michael Eissenhauer.

Museum Locations

Berlin-Mitte

Tiergarten/Moabit

Charlottenburg

Dahlem

Köpenick Palace

Berlin State Library

  • Two locations, Haus Unter Den Linden and Haus Potstdamer Straße, are open to the public; various others are not.

Research Institutes

See also

References

  1. ^ Langels, Otto: "Constitutional Reality: 50 years of the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation", in German, Deutschlandradio, 25 July 2007

External links

  • Berlin State Museums website
  • Museumsportal Berlin: All museums, memorials, castles and collections with detailed information
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