How to pick the best museums in Berlin for you? The city is home to more than 170 different museums, one of them more interesting than the other. Top10 Berlin lends you a helping hand and has looked for the most famous museums for you. The places which have made it on the list offer definitely a unique experience for you, most of them are world record holders in their field. A tour through these museums is obligatory for tourists and Berliners alike.

  • Foto: Staatliche Museen zu Berlin | Achim Kleuker

    The equivalent of Mona Lisa at the Louvre of Paris for the Neues Museum in Berlin is the bust of Nefertiti!

  • Foto: SDTB | C. Kirchner

    On Gleisdreieck, close to Potsdamer Platz the exhibits of Deutsches Technnikmuseum (German Technics Museum) bridge the gap between rail traffic of old to the computers we've all grown accustomed today.

  • Fotos: Staatliche Museen zu Berlin | Maximilian Meisse

    Kulturforum on Potsdamer Platz unites various impressive museums.

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    The skeleton of the Tyrannosaurus rex named Tristan is the newest attraction at the Museum für Naturkunde in Berlin. With about 4 meters the super dino is the crowd puller of the new exhibition “Tristan – Berlin bares Teeth“.

  • Museum für Kommunikation | Foto: Michael Ehrhart

    The Museum für Kommunikation (Museum for Communication) in Berlin-Mitte is dedicated to the development of the information society from its beginnings to the present.

  • Foto: Staatliche Museen zu Berlin | F. Friedrich, Berlin

    The architecture alone of the Neue Nationalgalerie is highly impressive.

  • Foto: Jüdisches Museum Berlin | Jens Ziehe

    Berlin's Jewish Museum is the biggest of its kind in Europe.

  • Foto: Staatliche Museen zu Berlin | F. Friedrich, Berlin

    Hamburger Bahnhof is one of the world's most renowned and important museums for contempory art.

  • Foto: Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin | Foto: Hartwig Klappert

    Houses, furniture or items of daily life - design as we know it today was mainly defined by the most influential school of design - the Bauhaus!

  • Foto: Staatliche Museen zu Berlin | F. Friedrich, Berlin

    Pergamon Museum was the first museum of archeology world-wide!