The impressive glass cube of the Stuttgart Art Museum is an architectural jewel, which forms a fascinating contrast to the historic buildings around the Castle Square. Through its thin glass cover you can see the stone cube inside. As in the two old tunnels, it is a total of 5000 square meters, contemporary art and modern classic works are exhibited. Together with the works of other important artists, the museum also impresses with its extraordinary collection of works by the artist Otto Dix.
Visible from afar, the glass cube of the art museum of the city of Stuttgart is one of the significant buildings of the city, together with the splendid and historic Castle Square. During the night, the lights make the architecture even more splendid accentuating the shape of the design cube. In the museum and its two tunnels, a collection of contemporary and modern art is displayed in an extension of 5000 square meters of exhibition space. The museum has different sections also of renowned international artists. It is also the home of the prestigious aristocrat Joseph Kosuth and Dieter Roth. There is also a bar and cafe inside the museum on the first floor on the edge of the main street, in addition to a restaurant on the top floor with a fantastic view of the city, it is one of the favorite meeting places in the city.
What to see?
You can visit their website directly for updated information about exhibitions this season
How to get - rates
Kleiner Scholssplatz 1
Tel: 49 0 711/216 196 00
Horarios Martes a domingo 10 a 18 horas
Viernes de 10 a 21 horas
kids less than 12 years old free