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Best things to do in Mitte

Monument / Landmark
“Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe by Peter Eisenman, with an unmissable underground documentation center.”
Doporučuje 89 místních
History Museum
“One of Berlin's most iconic museums. A must-see for art history enthusiasts. They house an impressive antiquity collection, as well as Islamic art and artifacts from different civilizations from the Middle East. One of the few museums in Berlin that do not close on Mondays. Open every day from 10:00 ato 18:00.”
Doporučuje 62 místních
History Museum
“The DDR Museum is unique, extraordinary and one of the most visited museums in Berlin. See the everyday life of a past state.”
Doporučuje 43 místních
History Museum
“A lot of what the world knows about Germany revolves around the II World War, but Germany and the germanic lands that it comprised during its many phases in History have a lot more to teach us. Visit the entrance hall, enjoy the stairs and discover surprising views. The modern extension of the museum is by IM Pei.”
Doporučuje 28 místních
Galerie
“Just an art institution, interesting exhibitions, nice Mitte area, all cafés, galleries, restaurants...”
Doporučuje 63 místních
Muzeum umění
“Enjoy a most admirable collection of 19th-century art. The exceptional harmony between the beautifully restored building and the collection allow for an immersive aesthetic experience. Open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays between 10:00 and 18:00. On Thursdays it is open from 10:00 to 20:00.”
Doporučuje 16 místních
Muzeum umění
“This beautiful museum houses a large collection of artifacts ranging from sculptures from different periods to Byzantine art. Their ars sacra collection has an impressive amount of medieval and gothic triptychs. Open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays between 10:00 and 18:00. On Thursdays it is open from 10:00 to 20:00.”
Doporučuje 18 místních
Galerie
“Make sure to book online, before your arrival. Tickets are hard to come by.”
Doporučuje 45 místních
Historická památka
“A point of interest for anyone who wants to learn a little about Checkpoint Charlie. It is quite commercial but still a place to pass by when visiting Berlin for the first time, as not much from the wall of the checkpoint are left in the area. Further down you will see a checkpoint with some people dressed up as DDR and American soldiers, with whom you can take a picture for a fee. There is also a sign saying you are leaving/entering the Soviet/American sectors, which is always cute for those touristy photos everyone takes. Open every day from 9:00 to 22:00.”
Doporučuje 38 místních
History Museum
“This is Berlin's Egyptian museum, as well a museum of both prehistory and early history. Displayed are not only artifacts but also testimonies of travelers and expeditions that allowed for the rediscovery of Ancient Egypt and lead to the phenomenon of 18th-century egyptomania that swept Europe. Most of the rooms are decorated in the style of Ancient Egyptian palaces and tombs, or with romantized scenes from its history painted in absolutely amazing frescos. Largely destroyed during the second world war, this 19th-century building has reopened not so many years ago, after a beautiful and intricate restoration process lead by David Chipperfield. Open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays between 10:00 and 18:00. On Thursdays it is open from 10:00 to 20:00.”
Doporučuje 18 místních
History Museum
“The New Synagogue on Oranienburger Straße was the main synagogue of the Berlin Jewish community. An important architectural monument of late 19th century Berlin, it is now home to the Centrum Judaicum. The New Synagogue (Neue Synagoge), along with the Jewish Museum and the Holocaust memorial is one of Berlin's most significant Jewish landmarks. Built in 1866, to seat 3200 people as the largest Jewish place of worship in Germany, the Neue Synagogue was literally a symbol of the thriving Jewish community. With 160,000 Jewish citizens in 1933, Berlin was the centre of Liberal Judaism. Centrum Judaicum Today the building houses the Centrum Judaicum foundation which opened in 1995, an institution for the preservation of Jewish memory and tradition, a community congregation centre for study and teaching. The museum and information centre houses exhibits including Torahs and scrolls which were excavated as late as 1989 during the restoration phase. Only one prayer room remains in use today, with mixed seating in the reformed Judaism tradition. A guided tour is available here to see the open space which lies behind the restored facade of the building where the former huge, main Synagogue room once was. A glass and steel structure secures the remaining fragments of masonry of the former synagogue. The original ground plan dimensions can be seen by a traced perimeter which give an idea of the size of the destroyed sections. New Synagogue: Planned by Knoblauch, completed by Stüler The Synagogue was the project of Eduard Knoblauch who has gone down in history as the first successful private architect after the Schinkel era which was dominated by the grand projects of state-commissioned buildings. He did not live to see the finished building and the work was completed by August Stüler. It was consecrated in 1866. The magnificent Moorish dome, visible from a long distance, its ornate gold-plated ribbed lattice and the oriental motifs on the façade were inspired by the Alhambra in Granada, Spain.”
Doporučuje 26 místních
History Museum
“This museum was designed by Schinkel, Berlin's great master of 19th-century architecture, who is buried in our neighborhood. Their collection mainly focuses on pieces from classical antiquity. Open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays between 10:00 and 18:00. On Thursdays it is open from 10:00 to 20:00.”
Doporučuje 12 místních
Galerie
“Lovely and weird collection of historical Wunderkammer (chamber of wonders) stuff, memento mori objects and other curious things.”
Doporučuje 22 místních
Museum
“With no barriers you are free to get up close to over 80 incredibly lifelike figures of your favourite pop stars, Hollywood legends, sporting heroes and historical icons.”
Doporučuje 5 místních
Historická památka
“The former checkpoint between East and West Berlin turned into museum. Small and informative. ”
Doporučuje 12 místních
Science Museum
“The Berlin Museum of Communication offers an entertaining and educational approach to the history of communication technology, and is fun for both adults and kids alike (as well as together). Open between 9:00 and 17:00 from Wednesdays to Fridays, until 18:00 on the weekend and until 20:00 on Tuesdays. ”
Doporučuje 9 místních