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I got here very late and I got to stay only an hour. I would've stayed a little more... I recommend it with all my heart and please, pay the extra 6 chf for an audioguide - the paintings are very well explained and you...More
We enjoyed our visit at this museum even more than anticipated. The various types of art are clustered together in separate rooms. By grouping like artwork together, (homemade puppets, watercolors, angels, oil, etc) one gets to enjoy the rich creativity and variety of Paul Klee's...More
I’m not a big fan of modern art but this museum is beautiful and so well laid out that I felt more of an understanding of the artist after going through and reading all about hm and the stages of his life.
Artist Paul Klee's work is so varied and delightful. The building is an architectural marvel. The collection is very, very extensive with many styles and is joyful.
Getting there is a snap and only takes about 15 scenic minutes on the number 12 bus entitled...More
This is the perfect museum to explore and enjoy. The architecture, atmosphere, and ambiance is welcoming and delightful. The colors and spirit of the entire facility is one of a place to let your mind and soul feel free to soar. This is my favorite...More
Lorenzo Piano design for this museum is one of his simpler ones, yet the result is a gorgeous building with a beautiful exhibition hall with enough space for an uncrowded display of many of Klee’s major and minor works.
The artwork is accompanied by informative...More
The building is more interesting and functional, than pretty, for sure. It is sort of melting into the landscape and have a rolling form, just like some of Klee’s lines. Very unusual and worth seeing, if you are into architecture. The sculpture park is wonderful...More
Go to Zytglogge(2-3 min. from your hotel) where Marktgasse ends and Kramgasse begins. This is the main street in Bern's old town running parallel to the river. Take Bus no 12, the direction is 'Paul Klee Museum', and the... More
Go to Zytglogge(2-3 min. from your hotel) where Marktgasse ends and Kramgasse begins. This is the main street in Bern's old town running parallel to the river. Take Bus no 12, the direction is 'Paul Klee Museum', and the museum is at the end station. As a special service hotels in Bern provides you with a free ticket for public transport. Enjoy!