State Gallery Of StuttgartCurrently Closed
- Address: Konrad-Adenauer-Straße 30-32, D-70173 Stuttgart, Germany
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: 49711-470400
- Ticket Price: 12 EUR
- Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
- Tags: Art Museum, Art Gallery
State Gallery Of Stuttgart - Review
Originally containing just German, Dutch and Italian fine art, the gallery wasn’t the most special of attractions, apart from the (Rembrandts, the Reubens, the Hals… just kidding. It was great but the New State Gallery made it better. Its architecture is controversial, its art is modern and masterful (Picasso, Miro, Beuys) and a visit is nothing less than absolutely wonderful. The permanent collections are awesome enough, but sometimes the temporary and travelling exhibitions can just blow you away. The ambience is great, the art is well curated and the layout very intuitive.
State Gallery Of Stuttgart Information
- Disability accessible. Enter from New State Gallery.
- There’s an underground carpark.
- Aka Staadsgalerie.
State Gallery Of Stuttgart Ticket Prices
- Free for Stuttgart card holders.
- Ticket price includes regular and special exhibitions. Just regular exhibition cost EUR 5.
- Free on Wednesdays.
How To reach State Gallery Of Stuttgart by Public Transport
- Underground U1, U2, U4, U9, U14.
- Bus 40, 42, 44.
Restaurants Near State Gallery Of Stuttgart
- Zum Becher
- GAST - Café
- Restaurant & Bar
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State Gallery Of Stuttgart, Stuttgart Reviews
First off it was nice to get a 2€/ person discount on the admission price by having a VVS pass. The modern art section was full of stuff that doesn't resemble art to me at all except 1 Salvador Dali painting. There were several Andy Warhol pictures as well but personally I'm not a fan. The rest of the permanent galleries had a lot of nice pieces covering hundreds of years that are definitely worth the price of admission. There are lockers available so you don't have to carry your coats or bags around with you and taking pictures of the art is permitted. I didn't give it 5 stars because of the modern art section. Seriously, one of the pieces was literally a cut down the center of a blank canvas! To me that is an accident not art.
The permanent exposition is truly beautiful. Covering many of the greatest modern artists, you get a chance to see quite a few amazing paintings. The information that accompanies the rooms is quite useful for the beginners that do not know a lot about art. The audio guides are too expensive, same with the tickets for the temporary expositions. Free for students on Sunday!
Had a good mix of old and new. I enjoyed the impressionist pieces the most. You definitely get your money's worth with the large collection they have! Was nice to get a discount with my transit pass.
Really enjoyed the high profile artists. Didn't expect to see so many big, well known names. Would go again if in town
The museum is beautiful, spacious and full of natural light. Apart from a few Impressionist paintings, I didn't quite like the paintings on display when I visited. I also found it difficult to find my way around the place. The little map I was given was horribly confusing. However, I guess it is worth a visit. Art is something very subjective, so if you like the paintings then you will have a nicer experience than I had.