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As we reading a small description of what we were looking at, a stern female guard came over and told us to move away from the print! It was a print of a photograph, not a classic work of art, no value at all.
We arrived at 5 pm aware that the museum closes at 6pm. However at 5:50 the staff started "herding" us towards the exit. No smiling, no understanding, no politeness, just showing us the way to the exit. So we headed downstairs to pick our bags...More
The second (top) floor is the only floor open so half of the museum was unavailable. Even though they were advertising a special Vermeer Exhibit, there was only one painting of his on display...that said it is a remarkable collection on the second floor and...More
The museum was a bit difficult to figure out - we recommend doing a bit of research before you go. It's not large, just laid out in confusing ways with little English signage. We got a combined, senior ticket - so it's quite affordable.
We checked in about an hour before closing time and only had time to check out the paintings and mixed media works on the top floor. The pinakothek has a nice collection of Picassos and a handful of Klees that made the visit worthwhile. Wish...More
I was there in August 2018. It is a very nice museum, especially the area dedicated to interior design with chairs and console from famous architects and designers. The permanent exhibition is not so big (indeed, I expected more), you need a few hours to...More
Looking for some great collection of modern art comprise from furniture designs to drawings and sculptures? You can get all of it at this place for only "1 EURO" on Sundays. If you do not have much interest in modern art, still it's worth a...More