Well worth it, but the Gemaldegalerie is much larger and better if you can do that or only have time for one.
About Old National Gallery (Alte Nationalgalerie)
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We bought a one-day Museum Island pass for €18 and decided to visit three of the five museums on the island. Our first stop was the Alte Nationalgalerie. The gallery contains an international collection of art from 1800 to the present, ranging from early Neo-Classical...More
I liked the exhibitions in this museum. Not all the artists are great, but you get a very interesting insight into 19th-century Berlin and the wider world. My enjoyment was compromised because, just as I was focusing on a picture I really liked, I was...More
There's a good deal of pre-Impressionist 19th-century art I can do without, and German 19th-century art is no exception to the rule. But there are exceptions, led in my case by the works of Caspar David Friedrich, of which the Alte Nationalgalerie has a room...More
Beautiful building and contents, not informative and we more or less just walked through and stopped for what caught our eye. Another time filler to make use of the museum card.
I admit I'm apparently not much of a fan of 1800s German art, and that's mostly what is in this museum. Not a lot of very famous pieces to my American eye, but I found some really amazing art, and I really enjoyed the architecture...More
The Alte Nationalgalerie (Old National Gallery) was completed in 1876, and was initially started by a collection of 19th-century art donated by Joachim H. W. Wagener a wealth Banker. Located just a stone’s throw from the Neues Museum (New Museum) on the banks of the...More
We booked 13 days holiday in Ireland from 11/08/17 to 24/08/17 Among the guesthouses for the holiday we booked direct through email on 25/01/17, 2 nights at Augusta Lodge Westport in Ireland. booking confirmation 384077. We arrived on 18/08 around 2pm and got room number...More
If you are visiting more than one museum on Museum Island in a day, get the combo ticket to save money. It will get you into all the museums. Go to the Altes Museum to buy the ticket; the line is shorter there. This museum...More