Kunsthalle Mannheim552 Votes Currently Closed
The most well maintained museum in Germany, Kunsthalle showcases the best art pieces in the country. The art gallery is one of its kinds and features home-grown as well as international artists.
- Historic artefacts
A must if you want to take one step closer towards Germany’s art and history.
Kunsthalle Mannheim Travel Tips
- Visit the website for further information and details.
- Please visit the official websites to know about holidays and precise operating timings.
Entrance Ticket Details For Kunsthalle Mannheim
Admission (Special Exhibition and Collection):
- Adult: €9
- Reduced: €6
- Family: €15
- Children under six years- Free
- For further details do visit the official website.
Tours and events
- Public tour (in German only- special exhibition and collection)- Adm + €300
- Kunstgenuss am Vormittag, Kunst im Dialog- Adm + €10,000
How to Reach Kunsthalle Mannheim
- Tram: The nearest tram stop is at Kunsthalle
- Tram number- 3,5,6,7
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94.64% of people who visit Mannheim include Kunsthalle Mannheim in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
31.37% of people start their Kunsthalle Mannheim visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Kunsthalle Mannheim
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Kunsthalle Mannheim
Kunsthalle Mannheim Reviews & Ratings
Completely unexpected stop, but well worth the time. Had a lot of fun and learned a bunch about the city of Mannheim and then was overwhelmed by the breadth and depth of the art. Thank you for letting me visit!
Apart from the good collection - there wasn’t that much to see for the given price.
Great architecture. Wonderful art.
One of the best art museums I have seen in a long time. They don't just have exceptionally nice staff, the whole museum also gives the feeling that they didn't just put art into a room but also think about different way of presenting. From digital art walls to an art disco. On top of that they display ethical concerns regarding the art destroyed and stolen by the Nazis.
What makes this place worth a visit? Well, apart from the collection itself which is already one good reason to spend a good couple hours being curious, the structure of the building is another one, and absolutely my favourite. With its open spaces and geometrical shapes, the architecture of this building is stunning in its apparent simplicity. It follows you throughout the visit, it's so easy not to notice it's there, especially if you're too concentrated on what's in it. Take a little time to observe how space is organized, how light and shapes interacts with it. You definitely won't regret it!