The Kunsthalle of Bern is just a small exhibition space for art that has been opened in 1918 and is used solely for changing exhibitions. A visit there can be amazing if you get to see a fantastic exhibition or rather boring if you come at the wrong point in time. Reviews of the museum vary extremely – but how could it be any different?

If you are disappointed just have a coffee next to it and enjoy good views on the river and the old town. The Kunsthalle for sure has its place in history: it showed exhibitions by artists like Paul Klee, Bruce Nauman, Alberto Giacometti and Christo. And it was the first building ever that got wrapped up by Christo and Jeanne-Claude (in 1968).


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