Kunsthalle Bremen

Kunsthalle Bremen
Kunsthalle Bremen

Only a few minutes’ walk away from Bremen’s central market square, the Kunsthalle Bremen’s building has stood in the Wall gardens for over 150 years. The gallery’s private owner is to this day is the Kunstverein in Bremen (the Bremen Art Association) founded by the citizens of Bremen in 1823, making it one of the oldest art associations in Germany. With more than 8,000 members, it counts today one of the strongest memberships in the Federal Republic of Germany. As the city’s most distinguished art and cultural institution, its impact extends far beyond the region.

Vincent van Gogh | Mohnfeld | 1889-90
Vincent van Gogh | Mohnfeld | 1889-90

The Kunsthalle displays masterpieces from 600 years of history of art. Generous endowments, private donations, bequests by friends of the arts and allocations from the City of Bremen municipality form the basis for the gallery’s successful pursuit of its historic activity.

Over the centuries, a rich and diverse collection has been assembled, containing outstanding paintings and sculptures as well as precious holdings of graphic art. Beyond the collection, the Kunsthalle offers a constantly changing series of small- and large-scale exhibitions to visitors as well as an extensive art educational program for all age groups.

Claude Monet | Camille | 1866
Claude Monet | Camille | 1866

Kunsthalle Bremen
Am Wall 207
28195 Bremen

www.kunsthalle-bremen.de

Admission fees

incl. collection and exhibition (until 21 Feb 2014/from 26 June 2014)
Adults € 8,-
Reduced Fee* € 5,-
Children under 6 free
Aged 6–21 € 3,50
Family Ticket (2 adults with up to 4 children) € 16,-
Groups of more than 10 persons € 5,- per person

* Concessions for students, trainees, disabled visitors (from 70% disability), unemployed visitors and those on income support. Appropriate ID required when buying tickets.

Admission fees “Sylvette, Sylvette, Sylvette: Picasso and the Model”

22 Feb to 22 June 2014

Adults € 12,-
Reduced fee* € 9,-
Children under 6 free
Aged 6–21 € 3,50
Students* € 5,-
Family Ticket (2 adults with up to 4 children) € 24,-
Groups of more than 10 person € 9,- per person


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