One of the largest numismatic collections with over 500,000 objects including coins from Greece, Ancient Rome, European coins from the Middle Ages onwards and Oriental-Islamic coins.
MitteMuseums in Mitte
The Neue Nationalgalerie houses a collection of modern art from the 20th century, but also late 19th century artists such as Munch. Cubism, Expressionism, the Bauhaus and Surrealism are represented he...
TiergartenMuseums in Tiergarten
This photography museum presents over a 1,000 photos by Helmut Newton and his wife June. Also a number of temporary exhibitions with works by other artists and photographers.
CharlottenburgMuseums in Charlottenburg
Berlin's largest public park originally served as royal hunting grounds until it was reconfigured in the 18th century. Nowadays, joggers, walkers, and families flock here to enjoy the natural splendor...
TiergartenParks and gardens in Tiergarten
Mediterranean souvenirs hang from the garden walls on the grounds of this palace built for Prinz Carl von Preussen. The palace is closed to the public, but the gardens and grounds offer visitors a num...
SteglitzParks and gardens in Steglitz
Surrounding the Berlin Cathedral, the garden was named for the visual pleasure it provides. Its lush, manicured green lawns showcase an abundance of flowers during summer.
MitteParks and gardens in Mitte
Originally designed for a garden show, this 256-acre tract of land is now a recreational park. The nature trails and lake you'll find in the greenspace are particularly breathtaking.
NeuköllnParks and gardens in Neukölln
More than 100 acres of botanical gardens feature a bounty of beautiful floral and horticultural displays. The gardens feature 1800 specimens of plant life, and there's an on-site flower and herb museu...
ZehlendorfParks and gardens in Zehlendorf