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This art museum houses a diverse collection that includes everything from Dali to Warhol to one of the world's largest Picasso collections. Open Tuesday to Sunday (including public holidays) from 10 a.m.- 6 p.m., every first Thursday of the month...more
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Bischofsgartenstr. 1, 50667 Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
This museum is well worth the time to visit it. The staff is very friendly, and they have lots of Warhols and Picassos. They even have a room dedicated to the USA with "God Bless America" piped in. Be sure to go outside on the...More
This museum was large and the art was nicely spaced out. Lots of modern art, which our family doesn’t understand but can appreciate.
The kids were free and there was a little outdoor area on the top floor that allowed the kids to burn off...More
This place has a lot of Picasso artwork selection - from small and large paintings to ceramics. It was my first encounter with Picasso signed ceramics, really interesting.
But what I loved the most was Salvador Dali's "Perpignan Train Station" - a must see painting,...More
It was very pleasant and surprising to visit this museum. It has a huge presence of the surrealism, dadaism, expressionism and pop art. Remarkable the Picassos, lots of them, and important presence of the expresionism of Germany in between the Wars. Its a compulsory visit...More
Located behind Cologne Cathedral, the Ludwig museum boasts an impressive collection of works by Kandinsky, Picasso and Ferdinand Leger - amongst others It's a fantastic space to meander around, soaking up some of the most impressive artists of the 20th Century. If you like modern...More
Thoroughly enjoyed my time at the Museum Ludwig. Well worth the entrance fees, student prices are offered which was a bonus. Such a wide variety of collections, from the modern and more abstract art through to classics. The Picasso collection and the Andy Warhol were...More