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With its rich collection of masterworks dating from the fourteenth century to the present, the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart is among Germany’s most popular museums. Both its impressive museum complex and its holdings mirror the link between tradition and...more
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This museum was very well layed out. The only spoiling part is the security manager who is extremely unfriendly. Luckily I was able to file a complaint for the way the manager behaved.
Christina H, Public Relations Manager at State Gallery of Stuttgart, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago
We apologize for any inconvenience and have forwarded your Review to our secruity staff. They will get a additional training and kept being friendly to our visitors. Nevertheless we hope you will visit us again.
We were here on a Wednesday free day not free for special exhibit 11.50 euro 😳 Kitchener it was not worth it !
Trying to get around was a night mare !!! Up down in out spend to much time finding each galley
The collection of paintings and art is quite beautiful.
But all other things like too many security watching every single step and movement doesn’t allow to enjoy the exhibition.
The white line on the floor is not so visible and you don’t expect the securities...More
What a terrific collection of art ... a lot to enjoy for all tastes. A very unique but effective layout on each floor... surprises around corners or behind doors continuously leads you to more quality work. You will also appreciate the interesting exhibit of outdoor...More
This place is magnificent. Munch, Picaso, Salvidor Dali, Max Beckhmann, George Grosz, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Edward Burne-Jones, Monet, Paul Gauguin, Renoir, Cezanne to name a few. I was blown away, of course where I come from these are just names you read about and...More
Very beautiful collection of art and a nice balance between older and modern pieces. The building is not designed in the most practical way and I didn't particularly like some of the spaces the art was shown in. However, if you're in Stuttgart and you...More
The State Gallery of Stuttgart is the bigger of Stuttgart's two major art museums, with a wider range in it's collection. Getting to the museum was easy, it's location was not far from the cities main train station. If you purchase a StuttCard, you can...More
I like contemporary art, and this museum was loaded with it. Everything is attractively displayed, and the description of the art work were excellent. Do not miss the Restaurant there. I had a great lunch for a reasonable price.
Free entry and they had a lot, great afternoon, spent about 3 hours there.
The security were not invasive, it was not busy (and we went on a Saturday afternoon), very nice atmosphere. The lady at reception was very helpful and spoke English.
Response from Christina H | Property representative |
It depends on the exhibitions. For the collection it's 7 € (reduced 5 €), for the exhibitions it's between 12 € and 8 € / reduced 10 € / 6 € (inculding the collection). For more Details check the Website.