A complex of five museums in Berlin's historic centre, this UNESCO World Heritage Site and popular tourist attraction houses predominantly architectural collections and nineteenth-century art.
Close to Victor's Residenz-Hotel, on the northern tip of the Spreeinsel island, is the jewel in the crown of Berlin's museum landscape. There are five museums in total, among them the Altes Museum (Old Museum), with its extensive collections of antiquities, and the Neues Museum (New Museum), which houses the Egyptian collections. Here you can see the famous Queen Nefertiti bust and discover the land of the ancient pharaohs.
But there's still more: the Pergamon Museum with its artistic treasures, the Alte Nationalgalerie with its sculptures and paintings, and the Bode Museum.