ALTE NATIONALGALERIE TICKETS: HOW TO BOOK THE ENTRANCE AND WHAT TO SEE
Alte Nationalgalerie tickets, how to book admission and what to see in the museum with the most important German collection of nineteenth-century painting.
The Alte Nationalgalerie is a place of wonders for lovers of art and painting in particular, a museum where you can admire the masterpieces of Caspar David Friedrich, Adolph Menzel, Edouard Manet, Claude Monet, Auguste Renoir and Auguste Rodin.
Here are all the useful tips to book the visit and to organize the visit to the museum.
Alte Nationalgalerie tickets
If you visit the German capital, the Alte Nationalgalerie is a stop to be included among the museums of Berlin to be seen not only for its amazing collection of works, but also because the museum is located in a neoclassical building designed in imitation of a Greek temple .
Inserted in the cultural district of the Museuminsel, it is the most important 19th century art museum in Germany and for this reason it is the artistic destination of many visitors.
Booking is practically mandatory!
ALTE NATIONALGALERIE TICKETS: HOW TO BOOK THE ENTRANCE
Tickets to the Alte Nationalgalerie in Berlin can be purchased in 3 ways:
1 – at the museum ticket office, but you may not be able to enter if the number of visitors is high, or by checking availability on the official website.
2 – by booking tickets online and entering the museum without incident. To get tickets go to the page – Alte Nationalgalerie: Skip The Line
3 – by purchasing the Berlin WelcomeCard, which allows you to access most of the museums and places of cultural interest in the city of Berlin and to use public transport for 72 hours for free. To get the card go to the page – Berlin WelcomeCard: Museum Island & Public Transport
HOW TO GET TO ALTE NATIONALGALERIE
The museum is located in the museum district of Berlin and is also easily accessible by public transport.
Underground S-Bahn: S3, S5, S7, S75, S9 stop “Hackescher Markt”.
The museum hours are as follows: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: from 10.00 to 18.00 Thursday: from 10.00 to 20.00 Monday: closed.
I recommend, however, to take a look at the official website for any changes and also to find out what the temporary exhibitions are going on.
WHAT TO SEE AT ALTE NATIONALGALERIE
The museum collection consists of more than 1,800 paintings and 1,500 sculptures.
The most important part consists of the works of figurative art of the nineteenth century, which includes the works of the artists of Romanticism and Impressionism.
The visit to the Alte Nationalgalerie must necessarily include the works of Caspar David Friedrich, Karl Friedrich Schinkel, Arnold Böcklin, Adolph Menzel, John Constable, Gustave Courbet, Francesco Hayez, Paul Cézanne, Édouard Manet and Claude Monet.
However, the Berlin museum also offers temporary exhibitions, many educational activities for adults and children and access to a specialized library with 35,000 volumes.
Among the most important works to see:
Friedrich’s “Der Monch am Meer”, von Menzel’s “Eisenwalzwerk” and sculptor Johann Gottfried Schadow’s “Prinzessinnengruppe”.