Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart

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Spread across three buildings, Staatsgalerie boasts a collection of nearly 800 artworks showcased in permanent and special exhibits. Explore the Alte Staatsgalerie, the gallery's oldest building, which contains German, Italian, and Dutch paintings from the 1300s to the 1700s, as well as a collection of Romantic and Impressionist art. Head for the Neue Staatsgalerie to admire the collection of 20th-century modern art, including pieces by Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dalí, Henri Matisse, and Joan Miró. For prints, drawing, and photographs, visit the annex of Alte Staatsgalerie. By using our Stuttgart trip itinerary website , you can arrange your visit to Staatsgalerie and other attractions in Stuttgart.
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  • Yes, the unharmonious aspect of the exterior decoration does not incite to enter and yet this museum is full of wonders. The greatest artists find themselves inside and obviously the exhibitions evolve over the seasons, look well the site to know what is the theme at the time of your visit. Airy, spacious and large, this beautiful Museum is an obligatory passage for the art lovers, I have enjoyed it. A paid covered parking is located opposite, a little further, it will avoid for a few euros unpleasant surprises, do not hesitate.
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  • We visited the Staatsgalerie mainly because of the shredded Banksy plant and are thrilled. Modern, great building with great lighting conditions and remarkably many works by renowned artists, including a lot of modern art. Friendly staff who also answer one or the other question. We'll definitely be back!
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  • Underrated place. Quite a large collection. Gives you a good idea of art history
  • Nice permanent collection, had a little something for everyone. Most of the permanent collection is from 1800s and before. Although, they're is a modern won't if the permanent collection too. You should also see what exhibitions are being currently displayed before you go. We ended up spending most of our time in the Duchamp collection. It's the most extensive collection of Duchamp I've seen. But please note, that pictures are not allowed in that wing. The staff was very friendly and helpful. They informed us when the Duchamp cardiogram was running (it only runs for 15 minutes every hour). There are wheelchairs available to borrow, as well as walkers and crutches. There are self-service lockers which require a 1€ deposit. Or you can have your coats and bags checked for 1€ (I don't think this was refundable, but we used a locker). Note: you must check large bags
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