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State Gallery of Stuttgart, Stuttgart
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Spread across three buildings, State Gallery of Stuttgart boasts a collection of nearly 800 artworks showcased in permanent and special exhibits. Explore the Alte Staatsgalerie, the gallery's oldest building, which contains German, Italian, and Dutch paintings from the 1300s to the 1700s, as well as a collection of Romantic and Impressionist art. Head for the Neue Staatsgalerie to admire the collection of 20th-century modern art, including pieces by Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dalí, Henri Matisse, and Joan Miró. For prints, drawing, and photographs, visit the annex of Alte Staatsgalerie. Plan to see State Gallery of Stuttgart and other attractions that appeal to you using our Stuttgart travel itinerary planner.
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  • Much bigger than I'd imagined so allow at least 3 hours to see everything. Excellent permanent collection and classy temporary exhibitions. Far better than youd expect for a regional gallery. 
  • Especially to the public tours on Sunday afternoon book in advance online ticket and leadership. This works well and saves annoying waiting times with the expression in the hand. Incidentally, great, you can park in the parking garage directly under the State Gallery
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  • The location is close to Schlossplatz but the road it is located on is hideous and somewhat off-putting but don't let this deter you...superb museum, an oasis of peace in a city that can be rather und...  more »
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  • This is a very nice art gallery in the heart of Stuttgart - very close to the walking street shopping area. They have a beautiful collection of works, including paintings from Pollack, Rothko, Picasso, and many portraits from the Renaissance and earlier eras. It is definitely worth seeing if you are an art lover.
  • A super cool museum, make sure you get tickets fro the impressionist and the permanent exhibitions. If you are an art lover you will notice some well known names such as Picasso, Van Gouh, Modiglliani and other amazing amazing artists. I could not stop smiling at this museum, a must go when in Stuttgart. Mind you it was a little bit pricey.
  • What gallery is that ??? Only germans can use the mobile information system I m very disappointed
  • Amazing art works. Great layout
  • Intersting museum, great paintings collection, many important names. Recommended.