Since 17 October 2009 the Neues Museum has opened its doors to the public once again.
This key work in the history of the art, the museum and technology in the 19th century was designed by the architect Friedrich August Stüler. After being badly damaged in the Second World War, the building has been elaborately restored and recreated under the direction of the British star architect David Chipperfield. The building now provides a new home for the Egyptian Museum and Papyrus Collection and the Museum of Prehistory and Early History, together with artefacts from the Collection of Classical Antiquities.
Open daily 10am - 6pm, Thursday, Friday and Saturday open until 8pm.
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The Pergamon Museum houses the Collection of Classical Antiquities, Museum of the Ancient Near East and Museum of Islamic Art.
The Altes Museum is located in the Museumsinsel, Berlin and houses Classical antiquites.
The Old National Gallery (Alte Nationalgalerie) is home to 19th century sculptures and paintings.
The Bode Museum displays the Sculpture Collection (medieval to 18th century), the Numismatic Colletion and works from the Gemaldegalerie.
The New National Gallery, houses the collection of 20th century European painting and sculpture from early modern art to art of the 1960's.