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Franz Marc Museum, Kochel am See
(4/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
Dedicated to the work of German painter and printmaker Franz Marc, Franz Marc Museum features many of the masterpieces that made him a key figure in the German expressionist movement. The museum also displays works by Marc's contemporaries and other significant 20th-century artists. Refuel at the restaurant, which serves seasonal dishes and homemade cakes. Audio guides and guided tours are available. Put Franz Marc Museum into our Kochel am See trip builder to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Kochel am See.
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  • Unfreundlliches some of the staff who has followed one at every step. Many exhibits from private collections. Annoying was the round and running here to read the descriptions of the images (were installed at several pictures in a row on one side only. Paid parking below the Museum. Wheelchair laborious climb to the Museum. Disappointing.
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  • After the winding directions on the outskirts of kochel above Lake can be found in an architectural synthesis between the villa and a splendid, clean reduced cube of this museum. This exceptional artist needs to continue no words to lose... greatly this work...! Unfortunately some very badly illuminated, especially the small work in the EC. anyway... a must. forget she don't look in the 2.og on the Lake and in the landscape!
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  • 100 years after Franz Marc's death, we wanted to visit the Franz Marc Museum in Kochel. Already the journey was extremely difficult: no signs and then Park at the bottom of the Lake. With my disabled parents we had to go up laboriously a steep slope, to come to the new building. Not even swept the asphalt road, on the slippery, wet leaves, one could go very badly. Unreasonable for guests with a disability. In the Museum we made off unfriendly at the box office, to then descend laboriously three levels to the exhibition spaces in the new building. Who thinks of as the construction of a Museum? Newly built and hard to commit, what is this? Then, the exhibition spaces are completely soulless. A leaden seriousness sets about the visitor, everything seems grey despite the very colourful images - pity! We could have saved all this ride going there us. The old House had so much more charming. And the 100 anniversary of the death was not mentioned, yet interesting for you can make.
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  • An exquisite jewel of a museum: in tribute to Germany's most accessible expressionist and accomplished colorist.
  • Beautiful exhibition
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  • Beautiful small museum with major works and also temporary exhibitions. The restaurant is also worth a visit!
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  • Nice Museum that shows impressive the life and especially works by Franz Marc. A pity that the film about the painter no longer appears there but to buy a DVD.
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  • My favorite painter, shame of his works there are few. Cubism docet.
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