Culture , Museum / arts exhibitions
Hamburger Kunsthalle is a Museum with three prominent buildings of architectural complexity - old building, new building and gallery of the present. The Museum is situated on a Campus between Lake Alster and Central Station. The space for exhibitions and events stretches over a total of more than 13,000 square kilometres. Hamburger Kunsthalle offers a tour through eight centuries of art history - from the medieval times until today. The permanent Collection includes more than 700 pieces; Dutch painting from the 17th century, German painting from the 19th century, as well as classical modernism. The collection of contemporary art is presented in changing presentations with differerent focuses. Hamburger Kunsthalle is host of one of Germany's most significant displays of copper engraving with more than 100.000 pieces. Besides this permanent collcetion, Hamburger Kunsthalle regularly hosts large Special exhibitions, of world-wide reputation and standing.
Since the extensive refurbishment of Hamburger Kunsthalle in 2016, when, amongst others, the outdoor area has been redesigned, visitors may relax either in Café "Liebermann" or Café-Restaurant "The Cube".
Specially suitable for
When it rains, Families with teenage kids