In the heart of La Petite France, this is Strasbourg’s showcase of modern European art from 1870 to the present. While it’s not quite the level of the Orsay or Pompidou in Paris, it’s worth a meander for true art lovers. The collection itself was started in 1919 and has grown thanks to donations from local arts patrons. The layout of the museum starts with a historical section tracing the emergence of modern art and going forward to the 21st century, including works by Rodin, Monet, Picasso, and Kandinsky. It also has an art library, a museum shop, and a cafe-restaurant on the terrace.
Musée of Modern and Contemporary Art (MAMC)
1 pl. Jean-Hans Arp
Our Rating Neighborhood Around Town Hours Tues–Sun 10am–6pm Phone 03-88-23-31-31 Prices Admission 10€ adults; 6.50€ students 24 and under and seniors; free for children 17 and under Web site Musée of Modern and Contemporary Art (MAMC)
Map1 pl. Jean-Hans Arp Strasbourg
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