We spent a solid three hours at the Liebieghaus Sculpture Museum along "Museum Row" across the Main river. We enjoyed the time looking at the sculpture from prehistoric times through post Medieval period. We rented the audio tour and found it very helpful and added to the experience. Even without it, there is a lot of English for non-German speaking visitors on the walls and on the descriptions of specific pieces. I will confess that the religious pieces started to blur together and I had really had to focus to appreciate the subtle difference in the art. If you are not a fan of this, stick with the ancient pieces. The current special exhibition on the NOK of African was interesting for about 10 minutes...they just do not know much about these artifacts so we did not learn much.
Agree with an earlier reviewers that the staff at the front desk was not helpful or warm.
A special tip: visit the cafe here even if you are not going to the museum. It is a cozy spot, good coffee and outdoor seating when the weather is warm. It is to the left of the museum entry way, no need to pay to get to it since it has its own entrance.
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