Lustgarten / Berliner Dom / Museumsinsel
"Lustgarten" in front of the Cathedral – the gateway to Museum Island "Museumsinsel" and an absolute highlight
- Humboldt Box – large project 'Palace Reconstruction' and interactive exhibition on 'palace life'
- Former GDR State Council Building
- Arsenal "Zeughaus" and German Historical Museum "Deutsches Historisches Museum"
- German Foreign Office – the building on Werderscher Markt
The "Lustgarten", or pleasure garden, in front of the "Berliner Dom" is one of the most traditional squares in Berlin with varying use... once the kitchen and flower garden of the palace, then a parade ground under Frederick-William I, and used as a marching forum by the National Socialists, now savoir-vivre is cultivated here on sunny days.
The unique ensemble on Museum Island "Museumsinsel" in the heart of Berlin has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1999. Its magnificent museum buildings were designed by famous architects of their time. The collections exhibited on the Museum Island "Museumsinsel" cover the period from prehistory to antiquity to the art of the 19th century. Each year more than three million people experience the fascination of the Museum Island "Museumsinsel".