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Kunsthalle Würth, Schwabisch Hall

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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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  • It really is amazing that what effectively is a screw factory (huge though) is sharing with everyone interested for free! The Kunsthalle holds a nice themed collection which is regularly changed.  more »
  • The Wurth family are significant art collectors and have built 2 art galleries in Schwabisch Hall. This is one of them and houses the modern and contemporary collection. Note that admission is free.  more »
  • This is a splendid gallery; like many galleries it's worth visiting irrespective of what's on display. Fortunately our visit coincided with an interesting exhibition, making it particularly worthwhile...  more »
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  • Beautiful, diverse exhibitions. The topics are served with art from different periods and styles and the building is worth seeing. From up there you have a good view. And that admission is free, is remarkable for the great art that is displayed!
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  • Great architecture, great art in very refined choice, curated. Worth seeing, this still free admission!
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  • Just so quickly inside look (admission is free!): look at a picture, a second picture, a third and immediately lifts up your spirit and you cheerfully come back into everyday life.
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  • Interesting and well-curated, changing exhibitions with works of many well known artists from the Würth collection. The art gallery offers a very pleasant atmosphere to linger in the exhibition and can be visited also still free. Is this always worth a visit.
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