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“Well worth a visit”
Review of Kunsthalle Munich

Kunsthalle Munich
Ranked #33 of 343 things to do in Munich
Certificate of Excellence
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Owner description: Nestled between Marienplatz and Odeonsplatz in the heart of Munich, the Kunsthalle organises three exhibitions annually and has built up an international reputation. Every year, the Kunsthalle welcomes around 350,000 visitors and is one of Germany's leading exhibition venues. Art and culture from around the world are displayed here in all their glory, whether it be painting, sculpture, graphic arts, photography, handcrafts or design.
Useful Information: Stairs / lift, Wheelchair access, Lockers / storage, Activities for older children, Food available for purchase, Activities for young children
Reviewed 25 May 2017 via mobile

Until 27 August 2017 there is a major exhibition of Peter Lindbergh's works - still photo and video. If you are into super models and fashion this is well worth a visit. Very informative and well curated. It's not cheap (11 euros for seniors) but there is an excellent cafe there. Around an hour should be enough.

Thank Alan F
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Reviewed 23 March 2017

We visited while there was a great exhibition for the Siglio Doro from El Greco to Velasquez. I was lucky to have seen the El Greco paintings in Crete, Greece so some of them I already knew. There were paintings exhibited from different corners of the planet and was well planned. Sculptures were also part of the exhibition and in one of the rooms was a film to view. You definitely need more than 2 hours to enjoy and especially if there is the film option. The cloak facility service needs improvement and also the restaurant -cafe option closes at the same time the exhibition does which I consider a major turn off

Thank TryNReview
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Reviewed 8 February 2017

One of the must to see museums in Munich. Spanish painters exhibition was very good. But, they have very rude personnel. We would like to give our bags to cloakroom but lady refused to talk with us English, shouted out German. They can`t expect us to speak German, museum personnel in a very touristic city at least must speak basic English and shouldn`t shout at their visitors. I only stayed in the museum for the sake of Velazquez

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Reviewed 23 January 2017

Although very expensive, this museum has the best expositions in town. I always try to come and taking a guide, totally worth it!

Thank martamodi
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Reviewed 19 September 2016

I was fortunate enough to be able to visit the Joaquin Sorolla exhibition on of its last days. I rarely happen upon his pictures abroad -- I recommend visiting the Sorolla Museum in Madrid, if you should happen to be in the city -- so this was an unexpected bonus to my stay in Munich. The museum shop, however, was a great disappointment, as they had no Sorolla-themed merchandise at all: the catalogue and the few postcards that had been made, were sold in the ticket office, forcing customers to brave their way through the ticket lines once again if they wanted to buy anything.

Thank amarcord83
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