Kunsthalle Mannheim - 5 Things to Know Before Visiting
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About Kunsthalle Mannheim
Kunsthalle Mannheim is a modern and contemporary art museum housing art collections and hosting temporary art exhibitions of Mannheim city. Built in 1907, the museums own collection comprises around 1,500 works from multiple artists including Édouard Manet, Paul Cézanne, George Grosz. In addition, the new extension building constructed in 2018 shows major collection of works by Anselm Kiefer.
Attractions Near Kunsthalle Mannheim
Mannheim Baroque Palace
0.97km from Kunsthalle Mannheim
Originally the main residence of the Prince-electors of the Electorate of the Palatinate of the House of Wittelsbach. Part of the palace is used by the University of Mannheim. The castle, which features tapestries, furniture, paintings, porcelain and silverware is open to visitors.
12.94km from Kunsthalle Mannheim
Summer residence of the Electors Palatine Charles III Philip and Charles IV Theodore, most notable for its spacious and ornate gardens. The mosque in the gardens complex is the earliest mosque-style building in Germany, built in 1779–1791. It was built at a time when the “Turkish” style was fashionable in Germany, it was never intended for prayer but later served religious purposes at various times.
15.55km from Kunsthalle Mannheim
Founded in 1933 and opened for the public on 20 November 1934, the zoo was totally destroyed during bombings in March 1945. Since 1972, the reformation began and slowly added more and more animal enclosures which includes an elephant house that was opened in 2010.
17.83km from Kunsthalle Mannheim
Large wooded hill overlooking the town of Heidelberg. It has been the site of many historic and pre-historic constructions, including a Celtic hilltop fortification, a Roman sacred precinct, several medieval monasteries, modern lookout towers and the Heidelberg Thingstätte- an open air theatre built by the Nazis in the 1930s.
17.92km from Kunsthalle Mannheim
A walk through scenic nature, with a view of Heidelberg city. The name "Philosophers' Walk" can be traced to the fact that Heidelberg's university professors and philosophers found this path a place where they could talk seriously and contemplate while enjoying the charming view of the region.
Discover More Attractions in Baden-Württemberg, Home of Kunsthalle Mannheim
Germany's third largest state. Most of the major cities of Baden-Württemberg straddle the banks of the Neckar River, which runs downstream (from southwest to the center, then northwest) through the state past Tübingen, Stuttgart, Heilbronn, Heidelberg, and Mannheim.
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What Visitors Say About Kunsthalle Mannheim
The Hanna Nagel exhibition at the Kunsthalle Mannheim stays with you for many days. Her drawings are dealing with so many topics that I did not think were debatable 100 years ago. Her clean strokes and humourous approach make even the darkest issues accessible. The building itself is awesome and the Kunsthalle has a huge collection of fine art. Even a James Turrell corridor. You can spend at least two hours there. Maybe more.
For more information about Kunsthalle Mannheim, visit: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kunsthalle_Mannheim