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Museum Berggruen, Berlin
(4.4/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
The modern art amassed by art dealer and collector Heinz Berggruen adorns the walls of Museum Berggruen, which displays works by Pablo Picasso (a particularly extensive collection), Alberto Giacometti, Georges Braque, Paul Klee, and Henri Matisse. Be sure to pick up an audio guide, included in the price of admission, to learn even more about the artworks and the artists who created them. Our Berlin holiday planner makes visiting Museum Berggruen and other Berlin attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • The Museum Berggruen was born of the collection personal of one of them more important gallery owners of the century XX, the German Heinz Berggruen. After a life quite movidito, and of work with some of them artists more important of the century XX, the Government German you convinced to lend part of its collection and show it in this museum that is in the District of Charlottenburg of Berlin, and more afternoon bought such collection. They offered him a mansion facing Charlottenburg Palace, and made a beautiful work to accommodate the collection. It is a jewel. Exposed part of the Berggruen collection, but they also make exhibitions with artists, whose work mixed with the collection. At times, and for good that these artists are, they don't go very well stand - but it may be interesting the mount-beside works by first class from all periods of Picasso, Klee, Cézanne, Matisse, Giacometti, etc. But not you it lose. Really that is one of the jewels of Berlin. With the entry you can visit another Museum that is opposite. Ah, when you arrive, don't forget that they are two buildings which are part of this Museum, and have to go through the covered gallery that comes out of the main building.
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  • A dazzling collection of mainly breathtaking works by Picasso in beautiful rooms. Friendly staff and a nice shop. About barrier-free.
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  • Very impressive works of modern classics such as Matisse, Picasso, Klee, Braque,... Sadly, not all spaces were available. Also not dubbed poorly managed obviously contemporary paintings, which I found very inappropriate hung between the masterpieces (only in "very good").
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  • I return to this small museum every time I visit Berlin. This time I got very lucky because my visit coincided with its grand re-opening after a renovation--with free entrance. The artwork of Paul Klee is displayed in small rooms in the top two floors. Beautiful! Matisse's work is displayed the next level, followed by two floors with Picasso. One room has a special exhibit of Cézanne. The walls are white. They installed special alarms the make a loud beeping sound when a visitor stands too close to the artworks. With so many small rooms, it would not be financially feasible to have a guard in every room, besides it was so busy on opening day, there wasn't any room for a guard! No free wifi, but free WC! There was a food truck in the courtyard where you could buy coffee, but it was too busy. Don't be tempted like we were to have coffee across the street at the Art museum, the cappuccino was terrible.
  • Good if you are a fan of modern art but not for me😌
  • Nice and interesting collection of Picasso. Feel inspired!
  • great little museum!
  • Far away from the museum island, this place is a must for me. If you like Picasso you will find more than 100 works, included some masterpieces. His small size allows you to see all the collection in a short time. When you buy the ticket, they offer you a more expansive ticket including entrance to two other museums, but if I remember good, it didn't worth the price.