You receive a cd player and headphones that will tell you about all the different museum pieces. When you see a number you play that portion of the cd. This was an awesone way to view everything and gain a little knowledge along the way!
On Museum Island the Museum of Ancient art features some wonderful examples of busts, sarcphogi, and can be seen in just a few hours.
Sitting on an island in the middle of the Spree lies museum island. Here you can see the national art gallery, the new and old museum with its Prussian cultural heritage displays.
Reopened in autumn 2006: Marvelous neo-classical building, and a fascinating sculpture collection. The exhibition rooms are an attraction in itself.
This is one of the most beautiful architectural spot in Berlin, the dome, the national gallery and pergamon museum...
An island full of museums catering for each and every taste in the universe. There are five different museums on the island which is surrounded by the Spree River
One of the beautiful islamic prayer alcoves (mihrabs).
There are two of them which date from two thirteenth-century mosques in Kashan and Konya.
Also, recently reconstructed, the National Gallery houses art from the 18th and 19th centuries. Along with better known artists like Monet, the Berlin rooms feature Max Liebermann's dark works.
You must see what you want to see :) Most of the historical places are close to the 'Berlin Mitte' (It is called Museum Island). I would recommend you to see the museum 'Pergamon' in any case.
Oh yeah - the Pergamon Museum also has the reconstructed Gate of Ishtar from the ancient city of Babylon. Here's a detail.
I believe I read something to the fact that there are over 100 museums in Berlin! SO...visit some!
This is the exterior of the Pergammon! Absolutely unbelievable museum!