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Kunsthalle Bremen Only a few minutes away from the market place is the Kunsthalle Bremen. Over the course of its 180 year history, it has developed into a museum with an international reputation. In 1823, 34 art-loving citizens established the...more
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Am Wall 207, 28195 Bremen, State of Bremen, Germany
We visited Bremen a second day so I could visit this art gallery. It was well worth it. Some interesting modern art- including a version of the Bremen Musicians! Some amazing paintings and some sculptures. Could have spent longer but needed to get something to...More
Was able to review Pablo Picasso and Claude Monet; excellent pieces they have there.
Good reasonable pricing.
One major issue is that we felt followed round the entire time, we were told off twice in German- the guard was unable to translate into English so...More
Kunsthalle Bremen is the most important art museum in the very nice city of Bremen, near Hamburg. It is a very interesting museum, which I was visited with my little daughter. When I got her to sleep, I can visit relaxed this museum and it...More
This is not a large museum like Louvre but several masterpiece can be seen. Due to its size it is ideal to the enjoy the collections without the night mare to complete the visit without missing something. The visit is relaxing and ideal to enjoy...More
Our draw to the museum was a special Rodin exhibit but we were not disappointed with the rest of the art in the permanent collection. The museum was easy to find--a short walk from our boat on the eastern edge of town.
Before going into...More
When living in Bremen so many years ago, I just loved this museum. I now visited three decades later and fell in love all over again. Some expressionist paintings were missing (e.g. Oscar Kokoschka, probably on loan somewhere else?) but there were enough other expressionists...More