The building area of the museum is not large. The collection here is very complicated. You can see some items from ancient German history, as well as relatively abstract paintings. The surrounding city can be regarded as the old city, and the streets are not very wide.
[Fun] The fun is pretty good
[Scenery] Nice natural scenery
A very good art gallery, including the works of Monet, Van Gogh, Rembrandt and other masters can be found here. There are also a collection of various works by local painters and artists in Cologne, which is quite good.
I clocked in at the Wallraf Museum, and I didn’t see the famous Dürer "Melancholy 1", but I saw a few paintings by Rembrandt and Rubens.
The Warrat Museum (Wallraf-Richartz-Museum) is a large collection of classical paintings in Germany and one of the oldest galleries in Germany.
Cologne has the richest collection of classical paintings. Many of the paintings are very old. From ancient Rome to the Middle Ages to the early 19th century, the most impressive is a famous painting by Robbens. You can use the Polaroid for free. Take pictures from the angle that the picture is presented
It is huge and spectacular and the exhibits are so many that it is worth visiting
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Cologne Cathedral,Hohenzollern Bridge,Imhoff-Stollwerck Museum,Great St. Martin Church,Cologne City Hall
Messiah_Dillon: Here are some hotels near Wallraf-Richartz-Museum: Courtyard by Marriott Cologne,Maritim Hotel Cologne,Cologne Marriott Hotel,Wyndham Köln,Azimut Hotel Cologne City Center