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Kunsthalle Würth, Schwabisch Hall
(4.7/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
Kunsthalle Würth boasts a collection of nearly 16,000 artworks, including pieces by Edvard Munch, Max Ernst, and Pablo Picasso. Attend one of the gallery’s exhibitions, showcasing collections by certain artists or based around a theme. Most of the paintings, graphic art, and sculptures in the collection date from the end of the 19th century to the present day. Pick up an audio guide at the entrance for more information about the works on display. The onsite cafe offers a variety of light meals, snacks, soft drinks, and alcoholic beverages. Plan to visit Kunsthalle Würth during your Schwabisch Hall vacation using our convenient Schwabisch Hall travel itinerary planner.
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Reviews
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  • This spacious hall shows new images from the collection "Reinhold Würth". At the time, the exhibition runs: wind waves water, beautifully arranged with introductory written remarks. There is also an audio guide free. Admission is also free of charge. Portable chairs are for rent. All rooms are accessible by elevator. Clean toilets are available. A large shop is ideal for shopping.
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  • Free, great architecture & location (va in combination with the old brewhouse!), interesting exhibitions (contemporary & modern) for all art lovers imho must-see!
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  • We always like to come to Schwäbisch Hall. The exhibition are usually free and definitely worth seeing. To recommend in any case.
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  • The exhibition is free, heavily crowded shop and Café. The leadership was somewhat one-sided (Wilhelm Busch; Picasso was also issued but not part of the tour)
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  • Exhibitions for art lovers a visit worth. Nice location in Hall.
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  • Very high-calibre art exhibition. Changing interesting temporary exhibitions. Always worth a visit.
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  • Very nice little town and the Museum is really great. We were already here a lot and come back safely.
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  • Always worth a visit. This time for me a bit confusing because so vieleverschiedene artists. Busch...da come up memories of childhood and children
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