Staatliche Kunsthalle Karlsruhe


The Staatliche Kunsthalle Karlsruhe with its three buildings on Hans-Thoma-Straße – the main building, the Junge Kunsthalle and the Orangerie – is one of the largest and most traditional museums in Germany. Opened in 1846, the Kunsthalle is one of the few art museums originally preserved in much of its old substance and furnishings. In the main building and in the Orangerie, 800 works from the late Middle Ages to the present can be seen all the time. The Junge Kunsthalle presents changing exhibitions especially for children and adolescents. The focus of the museum work is the preservation of the legacy from seven centuries of European art history, but also the current dialogue with the collection and its quality extension.

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