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We visited the collection of paintings and sculptures in the Wilhelmshöhe Palace. In this old baroque building the collection has found beautiful home.
The collection itself is fantastic, with Rembrandt, Hals, Van Dijk, Steen and much more. The museum also has a very good collection...More
This palace has a very magnificent view when you enter the park. You can see it located on top of a hill full of green grass from the beginning. Inside the palace are museums showing paintings and statues. There is also a restaurant and cafè....More
Tough walk from town. Uphill the whole way, so wear comfortable shoes. I wish I could have continued the walk up to the Hercules statue but I was so hungry. Gorgeous building when you make it up to back side of the campus. Large grassy...More
We took a tour of the Schloss [English booklet available although tours are in German] and had a good look around the grounds, including the Bergpark - an outstanding asset to Kassel. Suggest starting at the Herkules Statue at top of Bergpark and walking down...More
No sign of the (war destroyed) castle interiors. Absolutely superb collection of Antwerp and northern Netherlands old-master paintings, plus a small classical and Egyptian collection. It's a small part of the major UNESCO WHS park at the edge of town. #1 tram stops 1/4 mile...More
For something to do in Kassel, take the Number 1 tram to Wilhelmshohe Park and than walk up to the Schloss Wilhelmshome. The Museum is only €3 to enter and well worth the visit (although €5 to take a photo is a bit unwarranted). Visit...More