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Gemaldegalerie, Berlin

4.6
#8 of 189 in Museums in Berlin
Art Museum · Hidden Gem · Museum
Spend time with the world's leading collections of European paintings--and the largest collection of Rembrandt pieces--at Gemaldegalerie. This museum in the heart of Berlin features more than 3,000 European artworks from the 13th through 18th centuries. You can wander chronologically through the exhibits, admiring the works of renowned artists such as Botticelli, Dürer, and Titan. Because of the museum's sheer size, the onsite bistro makes for a nice stop between galleries. To visit Gemaldegalerie and get the most from your holiday in Berlin, create itinerary details personal to you using our Berlin trip itinerary planning website.
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  • Great experience during our last visit in Berlin - Renaissance european and German in its excellency - as it was due to COVID-Regulations nearly empty we had a great time to enjoy the masterpieces...  more »
  • We visited the Gemäldegalerie, which is located close to Potsdamer Platz. The works of art are very well highlighted in these large buildings. The collections of works of art are exceptional. We saw.....  more »
  • if you like old masters, you have to visit. not top of line exhibits but enough to keep you busy for a while  more »
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  • Spent several hours in this gallery. Very helpful audio guides. Quite a large collection of German, dutch, and Italian paintings. Very well presented. Best of all it was not crowded like other large galleries and could really take your time and enjoy the collection.
  • Very large selection of amazing Masters of art. You need many hours to see it all so maybe be selective. I loved the Rembrandt and Caravaggio paintings but there were so many others to appreciate.
  • Huge painting gallery. We totally lost track of time & missed lunch completely, we were so enthralled! I will absolutely return.
  • Some pieces of this exhibition are truly impressive. Grab the free audioguide at the entrance for better enjoying the visit. The building is tucked away in a currently under development area. Not easy to find the entrance, but worth a visit if you have a couple hours to spend.
  • Amazing! Loved it! Definitely recommend!! I spent here 5 hours and it was not enough, I didn’t have time to check all the paintings and listen to all the audios. Masterpieces everywhere: Ruben, Rembrandt, Vermeer, Botticelli, and so many others. The audio guide was essential for me to understand the symbols and learn the stories behind the paintings. Very beautiful!! I entered with a 3 day museum pass and I didn’t pay for anything. Leave your stuff at the locker, it is free and you can focus on enjoying your visit.

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