Kunstmuseum Stuttgart © Julian Herzog
Kunstmuseum StuttgartCentrally located, Kunstmuseum Stuttgart is a work of art in itself. Its modern cuboid design transforms from a glass hexahedron during the day to reveal a colourful skeletal interior when lit up at night. Opened in 2005, the Kunstmuseum Stuttgart is renowned for its prestigious collection of work by Otto Dix, the famous German artist remembered for his realistic depictions of Weimar society and the brutality of war. The colourful and abstract art of Willi Baumeister and the mixed media work of contemporary artist Dieter Roth are also on display at the Kunstmuseum Stuttgart, along with ever-changing international exhibitions. Don't miss the museum shop and bookshop, or have a light snack at the onsite restaurant.
Address: Kleiner Schlossplatz 1; Website: www.kunstmuseum-stuttgart.de; Transport: Bus - 42 or 44 to Schlossplatz; U-bahn - U5, U6, U7, U12 and U15 to Schlossplatz; Opening time: 10am - 6pm Tuesday to Sunday; 10am - 9pm Friday; closed on Monday.; Admission: €6 for admission to the collection. Free for children aged 12 and under.
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