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Kunsthalle, Bielefeld

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Art Museum · Hidden Gem · Museum
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  • I can never figure out what people see in visiting an Art museum. I suppose they have their place, but I easily get bored. I suppose if you knew the artist or knew the subject of his/her work, then...  more »
  • While they have rotating collections there are not enough of them the space at the time had one collection. The building is nice with the surrounding park however the museum needs to have a lot more.....  more »
  • Nice place..nice view..with many historical buildings. Many trees and plants. We can go arround by walk.  more »
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  • Nice collection, lot of Picasso and other 20th century art. Nice building and garden as well.
  • The Kunsthalle is an original Bauhaus building with a good selection of Bauhaus and other artists. Very well organised and has the wonderful spacious nature of the design era. The main exhibition was a bit of a bore but overall a good place to visit. A little pricey as far as the size and selection goes.
  • I went for coffee which was ok. One member of staff serving but as it was very quiet, 4 tables occupied by 8 people, I was served quickly. If I was to go again I would venture further into the 'verein quartier' where better options exist. Nothing wrong with my coffee at the Kunsthalle it's just that the others have cakes, warm food etc and more comfortable seats. As for the Kunsthalle, like everything in Bielefeld it is the best!!
  • Nice museum with only temporary exhibitions, so check the website each time you are in the neighborhood. I've been several times and each time the exhibition was interesting so I recommend a visit. It is fully accessible although the doors are heavy and the only accessible bathroom is in the underground floor.
  • very interesting if you are into art

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