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This art museum houses a diverse collection that includes everything from Dali to Warhol to one of the world's largest Picasso collections. Open Tuesday to Sunday (including public holidays) from 10 a.m.- 6 p.m., every first Thursday of the month...more
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Hours Today: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Bischofsgartenstr. 1, 50667 Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
All reviews pop art modern art andy warhol picasso collection german artists jasper johns max beckmann great collection art lovers large collection on display few hours audio guide couple of hours take your time worth a visit entrance fee
Now this has to be the number 1 museum / gallery. The collections are vast. Brilliantly displayed each painting / display in its own space or very well spaced. The floors go on for ever. It really is a gem and will visit again on...More
We only had a day in Cologne and wasted no time in getting to Museum Ludwig. It is exclusively contemporary art and has a large 20th century collection as well as some modern installations. The restaurant on the premises is wonderful and fairly priced. We...More
Perhaps it should be made clear that this is only modern art.
The Basement is full of conceptual art (Emperor's New Clothes stuff); the first floor is a good collection of Pop Art which is quite good fun, though one should perhaps not take it...More
We visited the museum on a Sunday morning, which was nice because it was not very crowded. Part of the museum was being renovated, but there was a lot of art on display - enough to get our fill before the next activity in the...More
It only cost 11 euro to visit the Ludwig and it was well worth every penny and more. The place is crammed with outstanding pieces that really make you think.
I spent half an hour in the pop lab colouring in so I can now...More
Well worth the visit, beautiful Museum of modern art. The range and depth of the Picasso Collection awe inspiring and the Salvador Dali and other well known artists just stunning to see them real and not in books or on the net.
When I was in transit I left my luggage in a secure luggage compartment at the train station which is beside the Ludwig Museum. It was not expensive and you get a key t take with you to open on your return. Not... More
When I was in transit I left my luggage in a secure luggage compartment at the train station which is beside the Ludwig Museum. It was not expensive and you get a key t take with you to open on your return. Not sure what the luggage section is like at the museum but I found it easier to leave my luggage at the station where I was returning to to cacth my train having visited the museum