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Reviewed 4 days ago

We were fortunate enough to visit during the Lotte Laserstein exhibition, but even if this had not been showing, the museum has enough treasures to merit a long, leisurely stroll through the galleries. The reception was particularly helpful in phoning for a taxi to get us to the airport. Good cafe.

1  Thank Professional-Pilgrim
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Reviewed 5 days ago

The museum is open till 9 pm on Friday so I could still go to this museum after work. Arrived around 5 pm. There was no line to enter and not many people inside. Only few choices of cakes left in the café at this time. There are many pictures which I like, from the early 20th century to contemporary. Interesting display of 3D objects in the basement under curved ceiling. It was an enjoyable Friday night after a week of work.

Thank WongYL
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Reviewed 1 week ago

If you are starting to plan a trip to Germany in the summer months, beware that most museums are not air-conditioned. It was so strange to be walking through world class art galleries, but dripping wet with sweat. You might want to limit your time by chosing a particular era or genre.

Thank CathyNJPA
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

An outstanding collection of old masters, including Cranachs, Tintoretto, Boticelli, Titian, Rubbens, Rembrandt and many more. Substantial number of pieces from ad early ad XIII century, with plenty from XV-XVI centuries. Equally exciting modern arts, with virtually all great names represented, and large number of German artists.
Paintings are well displayed, a very good audio guide is provided. The undersigned, a great enemy of all museums since childhood, had spent entire day there, the only limit having been physical stamina.
Thete is a usual set of catering, I.e. cafe and restaurant, we used cafe twice. Not only it is elegantly designed, it is located right in their bookstore and library, and you get really excited there.
Very importantly, rooms are well lit and efficiently ventilated, which makes visitors able to spend considerable amount of time without getting tired.
Highlight of the city.

4  Thank Gandibober
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Jaw-dropping collection that Stadel had, now housed in this really cool museum. You'll want to spend at least 2 hours walking amongst the various rooms and levels. Nice gift shop and BEAUTIFUL bar/restaurant attached.

Thank Stacey K
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Encylcopedic museum from European old masters onward. Layout is somewhat daunting, and upper floor galleries are painted in screaming bright colors, which I though was unfortunately distracting, and even headache inducing. Both the antique and modern galleries have many destination-worthy gems, and the museum is a must for admirers of Kirchner. Be prepared to check any bag bigger than a small purse

3  Thank americansr2015
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Admission was a bit pricey, but included an exhibition. Lockers were available. Covered centuries of art, so something for all tastes.

1  Thank Jody P
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Just in front of the river, I was walking by and decided to get in to check it out. It was worth it.

1  Thank Colesterol
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Second visit was focused on Vasarely special exhibit. Very well curated. The permanent collection is solid and the museum is expanding. If you are in Frankfurt this is definitely worth the visit.

1  Thank Marc D
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I loved the old Masters collection at this museum. In fact there were so many I could not absorb them all. Beautifully displayed with a nice use of colored walls as a back drop in the space. There were two special exhibits. I couldn't get much mental action on the Victor Vasarely collection - much redundancy in the paintings and presentation. The Lottie Laserstein special exhibit was very powerful and well done. worth the visit! The modern art collections on the bottom floor left me cold. Technical execution of the pieces looked amateurish, especially after looking at the painstaking works in the other collections.

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