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Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart

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Art Museum · Hidden Gem · Architectural Building
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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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  • As others have noted the gallery has an impressive collection of 20th century art up until the 1960s, with a few later pieces. I particularly liked the Beuys room and can rarely resist an Anish... 
    As others have noted the gallery has an impressive collection of 20th century art up until the 1960s, with a few later pieces. I particularly liked the Beuys room and can rarely resist an Anish...  more »
  • I was impressed by their extensive collection of local artists' work, dating as far back to the 1300s. As well as more well-known artists from around the world (Picasso, Monet, Mondrian, Degas... 
    I was impressed by their extensive collection of local artists' work, dating as far back to the 1300s. As well as more well-known artists from around the world (Picasso, Monet, Mondrian, Degas...  more »
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  • Stunning place! This is my favorite museum in Europe... I have Been here twice, they always display explanations about temporary exhibitions so even if you don't have a background, you can easily understand and appreciate on your level the exhibition. They have a good collection of Modern Art, German painters especially. You can find there one of the most famous painting of La Renaissance to me "Roma Antica". If you happen to be in Stuttgart, go there it is only a few blocks away from Stuttgart Hbf
  • Really nice. For students under 21 it's free. It's a pretty hot in there but that's important for the paintings so keep that in mind when you dress. It also has a nice giftshop. The staff was very nice as well, and they answered a lot of questions that we had.

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