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American architect Frank Gehry is responsible for this architectural masterpiece: this fantastic chrome and metal creation houses a large collection of modern and contemporary art, a continuation of the Guggenheim legacy.
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If you are visiting Bilbao you would be mad not to go. Studying the outside can keep you busy fro an hour or so and inside there are lots of very interesting installations. Some are interactive and some are just immense.
The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao is located on the river in Bilbao. It is an extraordinary building and is a work of art unto itself - in fact, the building outdoes the art. The sculptures outside are great, especially the Louise Bourgeois Spider and the bridge...More
We have talked about visiting for several years and we were worried that we would be disappointed. However it was fantastic, what an architectural master piece. Also the exhibitions fantastic. Two fantastic exhibitions at the same time plenty of room as well, not like you...More
Great museum, nicely located by the Nervion River. Outstanding modern architecture and nice collections of paintngs by Picasso, Monet, Van Gogh and other great artists. Don't miss it when in Bilbao. I stronglt recommend it!
Before coming here, I wasn't a big fan of Modern Art. Don't get me wrong, I absolutely love architecture, and Frank Gehry is one of my all-time favourites. I just didn't get abstract art and the idea behind it.
Now that I've seen some of...More
Great museum, great artist, good combination. Great giacometti pieces in one show, gootcombi ation with thetwistedspaces in bilbao guggenheim.
Still love the Serra installations in the atrium most. Walking thoughwith la vie en rose by louis armstrong the mood changes to good or even superb...More
I am not a fan of modern contemporary art ,but I was curious to see the masterpiece of deconstructivism of Frank Gehry .
In my opinion the building in itself is the star of the city , mind -boggling array of curves ,it seemed to...More
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We arrived in the morning on a weekday and did not have to wait to purchase tickets. However, if you arrive in the afternoon or on a weekend I suspect there would be a queue as it is a popular sight. I think the ticket price... More
We arrived in the morning on a weekday and did not have to wait to purchase tickets. However, if you arrive in the afternoon or on a weekend I suspect there would be a queue as it is a popular sight. I think the ticket price was about 10 euros, well worth it. Have a great trip!