Located in Berlin, on the northern tip of the Spree Island is a museum complex called Museum Island. The site of five world-renowned museums, Museum Island is one of the most popular attractions in Berlin. Added to the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites in 1999, Museum Island is a cultural and architectural monument of great significance and is well worth a visit when in the city. The Altes Museum, the Neues Museum, the Alte Nationalgalerie, the Bode Museum and the Pergamon Museum are all located here. Out of the five, the Pergamon Museum is said to be the most visited museum in Berlin; with over a million visitors a year. The Bode Museum is also quite popular, and is known to house a fantastic collection of sculptures and treasures.
All the museums have different ticket rates
All the museums have different opening hours
Around 3 to 4 hours
Adults, senior visitors, young adults, children, families
All 5 museums
There are no known mosques or prayer facilities on Museum Island. Muslim visitors will have to make use of the facilities offered at one of the many mosques in the city of Berlin. The Berlin Mosque is one of the most prominent mosques in the city and is the oldest mosque in the country.
Visitors to Museum Island will be able to find cafés at the museums. While these establishments may not serve Halal food, they will most certainly offer seafood and vegetarian dishes. Those looking for Halal restaurants specifically will be able to find several in the city of Berlin. Many of these Halal restaurants can be found in areas surrounding the mosques.