LWL-Museum für Kunst und Kultur, Muenster

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4.4/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web
LWL-Museum für Kunst und Kultur is located in Muenster. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to LWL-Museum für Kunst und Kultur and many more Muenster attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Muenster trip itinerary builder.
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  • Interesting from the outside, interesting inside. Examples of earlier ecclesiastical art up to the present day. Special shows. Definitely worth a visit.
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  • Impressive and eclectic collection of artworks from medieval sculptures to Richard Serra. It includes also a section more anthropological dedicated to the local history. The proposed circuit is easy t...  read more »
  • This museum has some of the richest collections in all of Germany, and can only exhibit a small percentage of them. The museum consists of the original building, somewhat classic Wilhelmine, and a new...  read more »
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  • OK place to spend the afternoon learning about the Peace/Wars of Westphalia
  • The new Museum building has become great. The permanent collection shows art from all eras (partial unfortunately somewhat uninspired hung) and religious art mainly from the fiber area, the exciting stages. There are also changing large special exhibitions. The current to the history of homosexuality in the public perception in Germany (scene, acceptance but also hatred and institutional discrimination) is extremely worth while writing this review. If you are in Münster, you should schedule a visit - however, it may take quite a few hours due to the size of the collection.
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  • The building is beautiful. There's the star. The staff is extremely unfriendly. Even in the children's exhibition, the Plexiglasvitrinien could not be touched. Mini exact measurement of the handbags, always a senior overseer or a supervisor comes running, who complained about alleged rule violations. I am native of Münster and whenever I'm visiting my hometown, I - must all people looking this museum with friends, acquaintances, relatives -. The staff is always unfriendly. "Do you see a man's character, give power him." Especially stood out a Turkish girl, who apparently wanted to play out their "powers" as senior overseer and literally chased me has at the last visit. Preferably, I walked out of the Museum, only to the companion because, I've endured. Never again.
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  • The Museum is quite nice. The missing star stand for unfriendly (it started with purchasing tickets, which went really fast) and arrogant "Manor" staff, which my daughter and me from the top down treated. Essentially, it was about photographing in the Gruffalo's child exhibition (online I read, photograph is allowed.) There were no signs and the Lady of the House pointed me in the military tone that was forbidden and like I could do something and put my explanation in question! 3 minutes after that came the next visitor with a camera, the same thing happened to her, she had read it. Then it was because of a wing, we were angegiftet immediately, rather than enlightened. At this point times a greeting to the head of the Museum; Good job, a really motivated team, which almost always well mastered dealing with other people and loves his job. Kindest regards, Susann Krause
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