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Grassimuseum

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Johannisplatz 5-11, 04103, Leipzig, Saxony Germany
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Leipzig Central Station13 min
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Amit E wrote a review Jul 2020
Berlin, Germany102 contributions28 helpful votes
This complex has more than one museum/department - i'm referring to the design section. The permanent exhibition is vast, the changing exhibitions are usually each on the ground floor in 2 spaces. Staff has sometimes awkward attitude, but curation is mostly well done
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Erik S wrote a review Jan 2020
Bergerac City, France2 contributions
This is actually three museums in one complex. You can buy a ticked for just one, or at a discount for all three. I toured the musical instrument collection, which has some very beautiful specimens along with informative commentaries in German and English. What makes it more special is that you can listen to how some of the instruments sound in performance.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Gemma E wrote a review Jan 2020
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The exhibitions on cultures from around the world were very well put together, with lots of interesting facts and articles to interact with. The musical instrument museum was by comparison small, badly lit and without much information. Would not recommend the musical instrument museum.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Ken S wrote a review Sep 2019
Leipzig, Germany10 contributions14 helpful votes
The Grassi is actually three Museums under one roof. First there is the Museum of Musical Instruments with many ancient instruments on display. Then there is the Ethnography Museum which shows many of the Worlds Cultures from The Americas to Asia and Australia. Last the Museum of Applied Arts follows decorative arts from the Middle Ages up to our current time. Fantastic collection of Art Noveau and Art Deco items.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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catherine l wrote a review Aug 2019
Chavenay, France28 contributions9 helpful votes
Interesting places with 3 different museums. The one with Musical instruments is very interessant and pleasant. Ethnic museum is also nice.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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