Old National Gallery
Thu: 10 AM to 8 PM
The Old National Gallery is one of five museums on what is known as Museum Island on the River Spree in Berlin. As with the other museums on the island, the Old National Gallery suffered severe damage during WWII. A portion of the museum was reopened in 1949, then became fully accessible to visitors in 1955. It closed in 1998 to undergo a complete restoration, and in 2001 was opened to the public once again. Today, the stately museum displays a collection of classical, romantic, impressionis, early modernist and Biedermeier artwork.