Kunstmuseum Stuttgart is a piece of art itself. By night, the glass cube that is home to the art museum starts to glow and lights up the whole of Schlossplatz square. Built in 2005, the museum contains 5000 m² of exhibition space within a closed down tunnel system.
There is enough space for over 15 000 exhibits from the 19th century to the present. A special focus is on Swabian impressionism, Stuttgart Avantgarde, concrete art as well as contemporary art.
- The day pass at Kunstmuseum Stuttgart is €6 making it one of the 10 cheapest tourist Attractions in Baden-Württemberg.
How to get there
- Bus lines 42 and 44 take you to the art museum Stuttgart. Get off at Schlossplatz.
- By subway: U5, U6, U7, U12 and U15 to Schlossplatz
- The closest tram station is Stadtmitte.
The art museum is located at Stuttgart's city centre, on B27. If you're going by car, there are various options for parking, such as the BW-Bank car park or Hofdienergarage at Schlossstraße.