Sprengel Museum Hannover, Hannover
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Sprengel Museum Hannover is home to one of Germany's most important collections of modern art. Inside the spare, cuboid building, you'll find works by Andy Warhol, Max Ernst, Fernand Léger, Paul Klee, Pablo Picasso and Max Beckmann, as well as massive permanent collections on Niki de Saint Phalle and Hanoverian artist Kurt Schwitters. Don't miss the vast Kurt Schwitters Archive, housing the entirety of the artist's correspondence and original manuscripts. After browsing the collections, stop for lunch or dinner at the Italian restaurant downstairs. You can take in views of the adjacent Maschsee River from the terrace along with your meal. Put Sprengel Museum Hannover into our Hannover itinerary maker to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Hannover.
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Das um einen modernen Anbau erweiterte Museum hat nun die Möglichkeit, neben Schwitters auch seinen großen Eigenbestand an hochkarätigen Bildern der klassischen Moderne (Sammlung Sprengel) in großer B... read more »The Museum advanced to a modern extension now has the possibility, Schwitters also its large own stock to high-profile images of classical modernism (collection district) to exhibit in wide width. Thus it fits now also spatially in the first series of the German Museum landscape.show original
We really enjoyed this museum! It has a mixture of different kinds of artwork which is great to accommodate for different kinds of individuals. From Picasso to artworks using recycled products in thou... read more »
Das Sprengel Museum in Hannover zeigt ein breites Spektrum an Bildern, Fotos, Skulpturen, Installationen, ...diverser Kunstrichtungen. Durch den Neubau hat das Museum deutlich gewonnen. Kunstwerke wer... read more »The Sprengel Museum in Hannover shows a wide range of paintings, photos, sculptures, installations, ...diverser art directions. The Museum has won the new building significantly. Works of art are displayed in a suitable frame. Temporary exhibitions invite to the repeated visit. Friday is free admission.show original
I visited the Sprengel museum in Dec and found the exhibits on display intriguingly interesting. In every exhibit my mind captured something that I could reflect upon. Certainly an exciting place to visit whether one has an hour or a whole day to spare.
Kevin EngelkeRelatively boring from the outside, the new building, however, I find quite cool!show original
Max GrohmannUnfortunately not very nice from the outside, but situated fantastically on the banks of the Maschsee. Always interesting exhibitions, therefore worth a visit.show original
Edith HerrmannThe briquette production earns only his name. Void content.show original
Kris BauermannRelatively boring designed, like almost all museums.show original
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