Thu: 10 AM to 8 PM
The Bode-Museum, opened in 1904, is one of five museums on what is known as Museum Island in Berlin. Built to appear as though it were a building rising from the water, the architect placed the exterior facades of the building right on the bank of the river Spree. As with the other museums on the island, the Bode-Museum suffered severe damage during WWII and was closed. Throughout the years, the museum has undergone reconstruction and portions had been opened to the public. Finally, in 2006, the entire museum was opened to display the Numismatic Collection, the Sculpture Collection and works from the Gemaldegalerie – old master paintings.