Sammlung Rosengart Luzern Overview

The Sammlung Rosengart Luzern was opened to the public in 2002 at the location, which was earlier a branch of the Swiss National Bank. The building's design is neoclassical, which dates back to the 19th century and is a beautiful structure itself.

Speaking of the artwork displayed at the museum, it is from the 19th and 20th centuries with prominent representation of Pablo Picasso's works. The building has three floors, each floor dedicated to particular collections. The basement has collections of Paul Klee, the ground floor has Picasso's paintings, and the first floor has collections of paintings by various artists, like Renoir, Cezanne, Chagall, etc. Include a visit to this artistic haven as part of your Switzerland tour package for a captivating journey through the evolution of modern art.

All the collections exhibited at the museum are owned by a family and are a private selection of art pieces. Sammlung Rosengart Luzern is amongst the top attractions in Lucerne that will exhilarate all the art aficionados.

Best time to Visit- June - September

Entry fee- CHF 18

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