The Staatliche Museen zu Berlin – Preußischer Kulturbesitz use social media and networks to publicise events and exhibitions, share content about their museums and collections, and build up a platform so that interested users can connect with each other.

Facebook is a social network that allows its users to publish short messages, photos and videos, to leave comments, and to share content with other Facebook users. The Staatliche Museen zu Berlin has its own Facebook page, where it communicates with its visitors and other interested Facebook users about its museums and collections. Furthermore, each of the individual museums has its own Facebook page.

Twitter is a social network that allows its users to send out short messages, so-called 'tweets'. You can sign up to 'follow', i.e. subscribe to, the tweets of other users. The Staatliche Museen zu Berlin has a Twitter account, through which it communicates with their visitors and other interested Twitter users about its museums and collections.

The Staatliche Museen zu Berlin's detailed Twitter policy is available:
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The Staatliche Museen zu Berlin on YouTube

YouTube is a video-sharing website, that allows its users to watch and publish short videos, and to share these with other YouTube users.

The newest video released by the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin:

More videos on our museums, collections and exhibitions are available in our own YouTube channel.

The Staatliche Museen zu Berlin and the Art Project from Google

The Art Project is a collaboration between Google and over 150 partners from more than 40 different countries. Using a combination of several different virtual display techniques, it allows art lovers and other interested users to discover treasures from museums and art collections worldwide online. 

© Google / Anna De Paula Hanika

The Staatliche Museen zu Berlin is represented by the following five museums:
Alte Nationalgalerie
Altes Museum
Gemäldegalerie
Kupferstichkabinett
Pergamonmuseum

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