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We really enjoyed our visit to this museum. The exhibits are very fun. We saw a show featuring the work of "Otto," a German comic, musician and artist. We had never heard of him but liked what we saw of his work -- it was...More
Went here twice..once to see the current Art Deco posters exhibition and the Art Nouveau/Jugendstil collection, and later to see the Medieval and Baroque collection.
The Art Deco was very good....some very famous and some not so famous artists....well displayed. I'm not a curator, and...More
Spent a few hours with friends enjoying all the different displays the museum had to offer. The variety of themes of the different rooms kept your interest and if you are a fan of design this is the place for you.
I marked this 4...More
i absolutely ADORE this museum! really, if not the best, then certainly one of the the top 3 museums i have ever been to. not only is the collection absolutely outstanding, but the curators have managed to get many of the objects 'talking' to one...More
If you're interested in design, you'll find plenty to engage you here. It's like the Victoria and Albert Museum. An eclectic collection of "stuff." Musical instruments. Deco and Nouveau posters. Period rooms. Chairs. Some rooms you'll whiz through. Others will make you pause and study....More
I expected a first class art museum, but was terribly disappointed. No classics or old masters. Just since sculpture, pottery etc. Modern art was disappointing as well.
Additionally, it was sad to see the pro-Palestinian and anti-Israel bias, which is almost unbelievable after Germany perpetrated...More
Situated literally right next to the main central station I wanted to visit here for the Egyptian collection, although small it’s situated up a spiral staircase in the Africa section. Having purchased a Hamburg travel card I also got €4 discount. There is a cloakroom...More