Museum Ludwig, Cologne

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Museum Ludwig, Cologne - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Bischofsgartenstrasse 1, 50667 Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany (Altstadt-Nord)

Phone: +49-2212212616

Ticket Price: 11 EUR

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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Of postmodern art, the exhibits on display here are all works of art from the beginning of the 20th century. Named after the art patron, Peter Ludwig, it was his large donation of well known and reproduced works of Picasso that commemorated the foundation of this museum. After the museums in Paris and Barcelona, the Museum Ludwig has the third largest collection of the works of Picasso.

Another feature in the museum’s cap is boasting of the world’s largest collection of historic photographs and cameras. The pop-art American collection is not one you should miss out on.

Museum Ludwig Ticket Prices

  • Adults- 11 Euros
  • Discounted Tickets- 8.50 Euros
  • Families- 25.50 Euros
  • Groups- 9 Euros per person

How To reach Museum Ludwig by Public Transport

  • Dom/Hauptbahnhof (Subway station)

Restaurants Near Museum Ludwig

  • Rheinzeit (German cuisine served)
  • Em Krutzche (German cuisine served)
  • Collina's (Italian cuisine served)

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  • Must visit in Hamburg. Fine selection of contemporary art. Be prepared to spend from 2 to 4 hours walking through ample halls and corridors showing even Picasso's and Rotkos.

  • It's a good place to hang around, since I'm not a very arty person I stayed there only about one hour. The view of the church from the second floor roof top of the museum was beautiful.

  • Very interesting gallery for Modern Art with a lot of impressive works, I definetly recommend! The wardrobe is free.

  • Fantastic modern art collection. Particularly strong in American Pop Art and Picasso.

  • Some of the collection was relevant and interesting, other pieces were random and did not follow a coherent structure in the gallery. Would have appreciated more detail about the artwork so the history of it could be appreciated.

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