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Well worth combining with Gemäldegalerie

There is a small exhibition space attached to the prints collection. We saw an excellently curated... read more

Reviewed 1 September 2017
XStephen
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Save your time and money for other musuems

The entrance is difficult to find: inside Gemäldegalerie, go to the left and find it on the 1st... read more

Reviewed 25 August 2016
Boan-W
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Reviewed 1 September 2017

There is a small exhibition space attached to the prints collection. We saw an excellently curated historic review of prints and drawings related to music - not much appears to have changed in music teaching for the past 500 years. Probably not worth a trip on its own account, but if you have a three day museum pass well worth coming to after the Gemäldegalerie. Also we had a very pleasant lunch in the museum cafe.

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Reviewed 25 August 2016

The entrance is difficult to find: inside Gemäldegalerie, go to the left and find it on the 1st floor. It's not at the library building.

There were a few nice pieces but the exhibition in general was not impressive at all. The curating was a bit messy. There are much more interesting museums in Berlin to visit.

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Reviewed 31 January 2015

This museum is said to have so many permanent items we would love to have seen but only has room to display a few at a time or, if there's a temporary exhibition on, none at all. The official website should make clear that it is a study room, not a gallery instead of describing the thousands of objects they have but that you can't see displayed.

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Reviewed 17 March 2013 via mobile

I went there because I thought it's a normal museum with displayed drawings and prints (that's what was mentionned in the "museum pass" brochure), but it turned out to be more like a study room where u can search for the prints u want.

And its not the only museum/exhibition inside the building

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