Lots of space to admire the works, good staff. Well laid out and displayed, easy to find what the target pictures. Plenty to see and a good shop and cafe, too.
Wonderful! Best place I visited in Basel. No crowds, no too big or overwhelming. Would happily pay to go again.
This is an amazing museum (Basel has 40 museums in the city and this has got to be #1)-Their collection of modern art was especially impressive- currently a Mondrian-Newman-Flavin show is up that is excellent. A very nice collection of old masters as well--it is all beuatifully displyaed. You wander around and just when you think you have seen it... More
This is an excellent museum. Lots of impressionist and modern paintings (Picasso, Van Gogh, Monet, Manet, Gaugin, Pisarro, etc) and a lot of Dutch masters. Also some very weird contemporary exhibits! Since it was a Sunday, very few cafes open so ate at the museum cafe which was decent. Warning: when you buy your museum tickets, be clear what you're... More
Highly impressive collection of art from the middle ages to the most recent - such a small city and such a big sense of art and collection - and that special painting by Hans Holbein - jesu in the tomb - what pain, pin, and sadness - no glorification of sacrifice, but real human pain of suffering.
Quiet museum with outstanding masterpieces Staff very friendly Good value for the money Cafe was a little expensive for drinks
Very relaxing. Went at 4pm and had museum almost to myself. Took tons of pics--I got lucky. They accept AmEx.
Handy to the centre of Basel, with big, airy galleries and outstanding pictures. The Cranachs are particularly worth a detour, as are the Holbeins. OK cafeteria/restaurant charges for tap water, which is never good
Incredible museuem. Rodin sculptures beautiful. You will enjoy every moment in this incredible spot. Each floor surprises and delights with the collections of a wide variety of painters and sculptors. Great cafe with a view of the sculpture garden. A great walk close to other nearby attractions and museums
Our family with three young children thoroughly enjoyed our visit to the Kunstmuseum. We were fortunate to be there during the Picasso exhibit which my 10 year old really wanted to see. The museum isn't as large as I expected but we spent an enjoyable few hours there. The one surprise I had was that photography, even without a flash,... More
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