visited the museum on a wednesday which happened to be free admission. i heard it's 20 something francs when its not. is it worth that much to see the arts? im not too sure. they do have a lot of arts from famous artists and...More
About Museum of Art (Kunsthaus Zurich)
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I'm not a museum guy, hadn't seen famous pictures for real but I can say, I have now! The setup of the museum is very modern, wide spaces, many different levels and an amazing collection of well known painters, and changing collections. A must see...More
I'm not the most cultured person, but I definitely feel like I got my money's worth from visiting the Kunsthaus Zurich. They have a fairly diverse collection with a particularly deep offering of Impressionist and old masters. It's well worth a visit if you have...More
This museum is a must in Zürich. There are works by Picasso, Dalí, Monet, Alberto Giacometti, Van Gogh, Rodin, Gaugin, Warhol, Modrian, and many more. Museo graphs is excellent, with ample spaces and nice ambiance. Consider two hours to visit this museum.
Quite impressed by this museum with a large collection of Giacometti works (sculpture and paintings). Also represented are Miro, Magritte, Picasso, Warhol.
We went to this museum in October 2017. The museum was having extension works, so the main entrance has moved to the restaurant side. We went there on Wednesday and have discovered that on every Wednesday the entrance is free of charge. On the ground...More
Unlike most European museums, this one is in a modern building that helps to display the art in a fine manner. Their Impressionist collection is quite good. It isn't a huge museum and I was finished in about 2 hours
A very nicely arranged building with a wide variety of art. Loads of artwork from the 16th, 17th, 18th, and 19th century. A very good collection of impressionism. If you love art, you will love the Museum of Art.
Swiss artists showcased in a grand building on a hill in Zurich. Most of the art is from Swiss artists, with a handful of European ones as well. The art spans generations and most of the art is modern or contemporary. I found the Alberto...More