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When somebody who's not really interested in Art wants to visit it again, you know that the museum is amazing.

I was really intrigued with the inside of the castle, so I decided to pay a visit into the castle... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Timothy S
Definetely to visit!

Here you can see one of the four original paintings of Gustav Klimt in Germany. Not one of his... read more

Reviewed 9 August 2017
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Reviewed 5 days ago

I was really intrigued with the inside of the castle, so I decided to pay a visit into the castle. Turns out that the castle has been turned to Art museum. I choose the ticket for the temporary exhibition, which I actually regret it, since...More

Thank Timothy S
Reviewed 9 August 2017

Here you can see one of the four original paintings of Gustav Klimt in Germany. Not one of his bests but it's Gustav Klimt... Friendly staff, you don't have to pay a lot of money,but please spend some hours in there. There are really some...More

1  Thank StavroulaLilis
Reviewed 14 April 2017

Impressive modern art museum within a 15th castle in the centre of Halle. Paintings and sculptures well displayed and lit and look magnificent against the backdrop of the surviving castle stonework. When we went there was a Roualt temporary exhibition on but with limited time...More

1  Thank Sophia5151
Reviewed 6 November 2016

A wonderful building and grounds. In the museum itself we saw an exhibition of the Brueke movement, and an additional exhibition of photography from the former DDR. Every item in the exhibitions was given its own place of honor, and the visitor could take in...More

Thank Tamarcy
Reviewed 30 July 2015

An interesting and mixed collection of art set in a castle on the river Saale. The architecture serves as an excellent backdrop, and the original woodwork in one of the rooms includes some Escher-esque inlays. Worth a visit.

Thank aerobubba
Reviewed 13 July 2015

We were quite impressed with the building – converted castle ruins – but not so much with most of the contents. Relatively recent art is not really our thing. The displays of 14th and 15th century sculptures were much more to our liking. Well worth...More

Thank Peter d
Reviewed 24 May 2013

The brilliantly concieved suspened gallery inside the ruins of Moritzburg Castle hold travelling exhibitions and alos a permanent collection of locla artist Albert Ebert ( think Lowry crossed with stanley Spencer) There is a coffee shop - good loos and a glorious coutyard to sit...More

1  Thank robinbwatts
Reviewed 15 May 2013

The building housing the art museum is most impressive and well worth a visit. The art museum is small with a few rooms. The exhibition we saw was well arranged.

Thank Lars U
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