Museum Frieder Burda, Baden-Baden

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More than 1,000 pieces of art grace the walls of the ultra-modern Museum Frieder Burda, named after the printing tycoon Frieder Burda. All of the pieces on display are from the personal collection of Burda, who wanted the public to have access to the remarkable work he had enjoyed over the years. The open gallery spaces are inviting and harmonize with the garden outside with the help of large windows. Take your time viewing the painting, prints, and sculptures in this serene environment. Use Inspirock's suggestions to plan your Baden-Baden trip and find the best activities and attractions for your vacation.
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  • For someone whose first language is not german, but can converse in english and some italian and spanish, we were lost as to why all displays were explained in german and french only? We spent an... 
    For someone whose first language is not german, but can converse in english and some italian and spanish, we were lost as to why all displays were explained in german and french only? We spent an...  more »
  • A sleek museum set within the park. The collections of Frieder and Franz Burda are not permanently exhibited (nothing was showing on my visit), and so you may be reliant on the current show being of....  more
    A sleek museum set within the park. The collections of Frieder and Franz Burda are not permanently exhibited (nothing was showing on my visit), and so you may be reliant on the current show being of....  more »
  • 3x their only one Banksy of themselves, a few paintings of their private collections and nothing else, no continuous exhibition,... And all of that for more than double any good museum charges... 
    3x their only one Banksy of themselves, a few paintings of their private collections and nothing else, no continuous exhibition,... And all of that for more than double any good museum charges...  more »
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  • Not a particularly big place, but spacious and had enough interesting work through the four floors or so. Audio guide was fairly cheap, but since a lot of the descriptions were only in German and French it may be necessary to get a good experience for other speakers. An enjoyable 30+ mins or so as a detour in Baden Baden.
  • The two buildings are connected via a covered corridor with many windows. The ancient building is today a cafeteria. The modern building is the actual place where exhibitions take place. Very interesting architectural volumes in the modern building. Surroundings are the park of the city.
  • Very nice museum. Colorful exhibition. Good for visiting with kids
  • Great architecture, spacey, open, wide and modern. Air con, parking close by- Kongress Zentrum. Afterwards, take a walk along the Oos and drop in at Brenners for tea.
  • I expected more. The staff was very nice and the place was very well put together.

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