The Sprengel Museum is a modern art museum in the city of Hannover, Germany. The museum, which was opened in 1979 houses the most important modern art collection in Germany. It is located in a building designed by Peter and Ursula Trint and Dieter Quast, the building has been expanded since its opening to display more works. The museum is named after the person who financed the building of the museum and donated the art, Bernhard Sprengel. Its key works include pieces by Pablo Picasso, Emil Nolde and Max Beckmann.
If travelling by car, parking is limited in the area. If travelling by bus, the 100 and 267 buses both stop outside the museum. The closest U-Bahn underground station is a short walk away at ‘Schlägerstraße’, which is accessible by the 1, 2, 8 and 18 services.
Opening Times and Admission
The museum is open six days of the week, Tuesday to Sunday 10am-6pm. Tickets for the museum are priced at 7 euros for adults and 4 euros for concessions.