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After a morning across the road, at the Alte Pinakothek, we crossed over to see this magnificent collection of modern art. It is worth allowing a whole day to see these two galleries, which are some of the most impressive in the world.
I can't pretend that I spent ages gazing at every painting. But this is such a superb gallery, you can go through and pick out what interests you - and it will still take a couple of hours.
Somehow managed to start at the end...More
Lovely, open halls with a clear tour route; helpful staff; and a collection of different styles and eras of work from across Europe since 1800. A very fulfilling morning for one with no specialist knowledge at all.
A good choice for us as it was open on Mondays, whereas the Alte Pinakothek is not. As you would expect the artists represented include the French Impressionists such as Van Gogh, Monet and Gaugin, as well as Klimt and Rodin. The big benefit was...More
This museum of 19th century art works has some terrific features. The works are grouped in schools that make interesting comparisons. The audio guide is the best I have gotten at any art museum. The lay-out of the museum makes it easy to follow in...More
Definitely worth a visit especially for art lovers. You‘ll find yourself mesmerized by the exquisite collection of paintings and sculptures. It‘s a favorite. Be sure to plan enough time to enjoy. The museum shop is great and the cafe/restaurant is quiet and has outdoor seating....More
Went on €1 Sunday, no crowds, extensive and varied collection, lots of German artists, easy to navigate. Benches in each room with books that have more extensive descriptions of the pieces in the collection. Highly recommend.