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Schaulager, Basel
(3.9/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • All beautiful to visit for anyone involved in architecture. Amazing experience. The only flaw, despite being advised cafeteria days before arrival of 20 people deprived of everything dear. Forbidden to photograph the Interior
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  • Since we live a few stops away on tram line 11, it is not too much of a detour to get off at Schaulager & take a look. Finally curiosity overcame us & we visited the Katharina Fritsch and Alexej Kosch...  more »
  • Anyone looking for new designs, ideas or even the challenge of art here is the right address. In the Schaulager sober atmosphere, which obscures nothing, creative force and some bold idea comes to full fruition. Man / woman should bring time and ability is again open to turn to: A visit is certainly not without consequences, but stimulates new perspectives.
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  • Great architecture and amazing collection. One of the must see exhibits in Basel after Kunstmuseum and Foundation Beyeler.
  • The building is amazing, for architects/architecture enthusiasts. I visited it when it hosted a retrospective about Herzog & De Meuron, the architects that planned it. That was fascinating. So is the current exhibition, "Future, Present" You should check what's showing before you go, otherwise you might be disappointed - because most of the building can not be visited by the public. So just make sure you know where you're going, and if you do and still want to go - you won't regret it.
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