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The private collection of Lucerne art dealer Angela Rosengart is open to the public since spring 2002. Over 200 important paintings and drawings by more than twenty world famous 19th and 20th century masters (Cezanne, Monet, Matisse, Picasso, Klee...more
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A small but very interesting exhibition. A lot of work by Picasso, not my favourite artist but it was still good to see more of his work. Some really lovely impressionist artworks by Renoir, Pissarro and others - these really made the exhibition for me....More
Perhaps I'm spoiled, being raised in New York City, and having seen 1st rate Picasso paintings at the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), the Metropolitan Museum, and a number of other world-class museums in Madrid, Paris, Moscow, etc. While there was a sizeable collection of...More
This museum has some great art (Picasso, Klee) but it is completely not visitor friendly. Labels identifying artist & title of work in tiny font placed nowhere near the painting; the "interpretive" handout was written in paragraphs with no numbers relating to the painting; no...More
A well worth visit for anyone who appreciates art, especially those who want to see 2 of the world's most famous creative cubist artists, Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque.
A wonderful collection, bought by the Rosengart foundation, of 300 modernist and impressionist works of some...More
We've been to Lucerne a few times but never stopped at the museum before. My daughter is currently going to an arts high school to study visual arts so we thought it would be a good stop for all of us. Impressive Picasso collection among...More
This small museum is the private collection of Angela Rosengart. She is the subject of a number of paintings by Picasso. So this small collection has a very personal touch. If you love Picasso, Klee, and their contemporaries, then you’ll really enjoy this. We had...More
This collection was unexpectedly excellent. They have a 35 minute video which is worth watching to learn how the family put together their collection, describing their friendship with many famous artists like Picasso. A gem for art lovers.
There are some good collections of art here, all collected by one lady who knew a number of artists and purchased their work for her own home. The short video is very well worth watching as it provides the history behind the collection. A good...More
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Please help give feedback: 10 day itinerary in Switzerland (7 Replies)
Hi friends, I will be traveling with my mother to Switzerland from 18 Feb-1 March 2013. This is our first trip to Switzerland. What we'd like to do is a bit of everything that's Switzerland is famed for: the snow covered mountain, the boat cruise, hiking, museums, in a relaxed pace. My mother's not keen on strenuous activity. So if we do some hiking, we'd like to do an easy one. Please help give feedback on this itinerary. All suggestions are gladly welcomed....More
December 01, 2012|
There are no boats on Lake Brienz at the time you will be there and Ballenberg is closed until 13 April 2013.
Lucerne Day Trip (3 Replies)
Hi, we're planning for a day trip to Lucerne (from Zurich) in July-end - the intent is 3-fold, viz. the ride up to Mount Rigi, to visit Rosengart Collection & to walk around the Lucerne Old Town. While the 3rd item is easy to fit in anywhere as we like, we're a bit confused about what sequence to follow for the 1st two, and hence would be great if we can get some suggestions. The previous night we'll reaching to Zurich after a long flight, and hence we might not be able to start very...More
July 17, 2018|
I would keep the Rigi for the end. Then do not return back to Luzern, but just travel directly from Rigi Kulm back to Zürich via Arth Goldau.
Doubts on usability of Tell Pass (5 Replies)
Hi. I have finalized my itinerary mainly with the help of the wonderful people in Tripadvisor. Now my question is mainly on the transportation. Planning to take Tell Pass as suggested. But want to know more about this. To make my question more understandable, will type in my itinerary: Day 1: Arrive at Zurich around 2PM. Take train to Lucerne. Day 2: Visit Mt Pilatus. Overnight in Lucerne. Day 3: Visit Engelberg-Mt.Titlis. Overnight in Lucerne. Day 4: Visit Mt Rigi. overnight in...More
March 25, 2015|
Q1: Yes, you can buy it at the airport railway station. As the tell pass website says: The pass is available from any manned Swiss Federal Railways Station. That includes the airport station. Q2: You take the train and buy a ticket all the way to Zug. Again you can do this at the airport. Then you just take the train to Luzern. No need to get off in Zug. Q3: Some museum do give you reductions. Q4: Yes. Book Basel - Paris early, and buy a ticket to Basel in Luzern.