Situated in a former monastery, this museum draws in excess of 300 000 visitors every year… The collections within span from local archaeology to modern art, with a collection of paintings ranging from Monet to Bonnard and Picasso.
Famous for the $ altarpiece, dated to the 16th century, the museum is also home to a selection of Rhineland primitive paintings and sculptures including La Mélancolie, signed Lucas Cranach, and Portrait de Femme by Hans Holbien l'Ancien.
Admission prices :
Full price : 8 €
From 12 to 18 years : 5 €
Students up to 29 years : 5 €
Children up to 11 years : Free
Group rates (adults) : 6 €
Closed on 1 January, 1 May, 1 November and 25 December