The Kunsthaus Museum of Fine Arts , located on Heimplatz Square in Zurich , is widely known in Europe for its magnificent art gallery, which includes the works of the greatest masters from around the world. The main collections belong to the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, although there are earlier works of painting among the expositions. Opened in the Victorian era, the museum moved the global reconstruction of 1976, becoming even more spacious and convenient for visitors. Outwardly, he is unlikely to make a strong impression, given the simplicity of the exterior appearance of the building, but the collections exhibited in his interior entice even the experienced connoisseurs of painting.
Among the collections of the Kunsthaus Museum of Fine Arts, there are works by such outstanding masters as Van Gogh, Gauguin, Alberto Giacometti, Munch, Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso, Kandinsky and other geniuses of world art. In addition, here you can see photo-works of Cartier-Bresson and Stieglitz. On the pediment of the building draws attention to the sculptural composition of the bronze door “The Gates of Hell,” by Auguste Rodin. To create this seven-meter masterpiece, the French sculptor was inspired by the divine comedy of Dante, which was reflected in the extraordinary realism of the figures of people and animals, displaying sincere emotions.
In addition to the main expositions, the museum periodically organizes temporary exhibitions dedicated to certain thematic areas. On a regular basis, educational programs are conducted for children and adults. Kunsthaus is the embodiment of the cultural and educational life of the city, annually hosting hundreds of thousands of visitors. For the convenience of guests inside the building there is a cafeteria and a restaurant where you can enjoy the exquisite taste of Swiss cuisine or just have a cup of coffee. At the exit, art lovers can purchase souvenirs. The cost of a visit to the Kunsthaus Museum of Fine Arts is relatively low, and on Wednesdays in general entry is free. There is a museum in the central part of Zurich and is easily accessible from any district of the city.