Interesting building, and a nice mixture of the modernist French and European masters (Picasso, Braques, Rodin, Renoir, Monet, Van Gogh, et al.) alongside some much lesser known Czech and Slovak artists, who were strongly influenced by the other Europeans. The gallery is larger than you might expect, and one could easily spend an entire day (or more) exploring the permanent collections without venturing into the special exhibits that cost extra. Our teenage daughters (14 and 17) were free, so the total cost for our family of 4 to enter was surprisingly reasonable.
Recommended if you like modern art.
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