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Abteiberg Museum, Monchengladbach

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  • For entrance of 7 euro I saw quite strange objects just to make sure that this kind of art is not me. But it is OK to see new things.  more »
  • This museum is very special modern art museum. The best think is free of charge. Art is for very creative thinkers but I prefer to oversee stunning installations. Frankly speaking this public place is...  more »
  • The building itself and the surrounding park is beautiful and very peaceful. The art is very good. Many pieces by Beuys, Polke, Richter and the Gruppe Zero is well represented, too. It's a jewel and n...  more »
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  • I went there just to prove to myself that modern art is definitely not my art. But the garden behind the museum is quite lovely. For admission of 7 euro I had different experience.
  • Worth a visit for contemporary art lovers! Beautiful location and sculpture garden.
  • Excellent both architecturally and in terms of the exhibits themselves. Worth a walk through the outside sculpture garden as well. Very educated and interested staff, with whom I encourage you to have some dialogue. Must visit.
  • Great permanent collection in a space that needs a lot of tlc
  • About 20 years ago visited, were enthusiastic. Architecture is special, but the permanent exhibition is particularly lean, "outdated" not with the times. No story/coherence and many things which you think: they call it art?
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