Kunsthalle München

The "Kunsthalle" of the Hypo-Kulturstiftung is one of the museums with the most visitors in Munich. The "Kunsthalle München" is located in the shopping center 5 Höfe and organizes important art exhibitions on sculpture, painting, graphics, photography, crafts and design. 


The former residence of the painter "Franz von Lenbach"turned into a museum in 1929. Through the donation of Gabriele Münter the museum received works of the artist group "The Blue Rider" and worldwide attention.  


The rise of "Adolf Hitler" started in Munich, later the city was called "capital of the movement" by the Nazi Party. The "National Socialist Documentation Center" sits right next to Hitlers "Führer-Building" and presents the story of the rise and fall of the Nazi regime. 

Staatliches Museum Ägyptischer Kunst

The Egyptian Museum has an interesting collection with very beautiful sculptures and jewelery. The exhibition area is located in large halls underground. This creates a mood like in an Egyptian burial chamber. 

Staatliche Antikensammlungen

The collection of the "State Museum of Antique" displays ceramics, glassware, terracotta tiles, bronze and jewelery from the Roman Empire and ancient Greece.


The Glyptothek was built in 1830 by architect Leo von Klenze. The museum shows ancient sculptures from archaic Greece to the Roman Empire. 

Alte Pinakothek

Another work of Leo von Klenze is the Pinakothek of 1836. After the war the destroyed parts were built with other stones to document the destruction. The "Alte Pinakothek"is famous for paintings by Leonardo da Vinci, Rubens, Dürer, Tintoretto, Rembrandt an many more great painters.

Deutsches Museum

The "Deutsche Museum" is the best technique Museum of Germany and a magnet for many visitors. Ships, aircrafts, missiles and whatever men has invented, is displayed in this great museum.  

Pinakothek der Moderne

The Architectural Museum, the New Collection of Contemporary Art, the Modern Art Collection and the Munich Graphic Collection are all located in the "Pinakothek der Moderne".  

Museum Brandhorst

The Brandhorst couple left the city of Munich a sensational collection of modern and contemporary art with works by Andy Warhol, Joseph Beuys, Bruce Nauman and many other great artists. For this fantastic collection the city of Munich built a new museum and named it after the generous donators.

Haus der Kunst

The house of German art was opened by the "Nazis" with the exhibition "Entartete Kunst" in 1937. Today exhibitions of international contemporary art take place in the "House of Art".  

Bayerisches Nationalmuseum

The "Bavarian National Museum" was founded by King Maximilian II in 1855. The museum shows the treasures of the Wittelsbacher Dynasty. In 1900 the eclectic building of Gabriel Seidel was opened. The collection ranges from Romanesque to Art Nouveau. The exhibits include weapons, goldsmiths, ivory, painting, furniture, sculptures, instruments, textiles and other precious objects of art. 

Stadtmuseum München

The "City Museum" has compiled a comprehensive exhibition on the history of Munich. Posters, a wood model of the Munich city center, paintings, clothes, films, graphics, photos and the puppet theater in the upper floor are worth a visit.    

Villa Stuck

"Franz von Stuck" was a painter and sculptor, his most famous painting is "Salome", issued in the Lenbachhaus. The sculpture of the riding Amazone in front of the entrance is also a work of art by von Stuck. The house where the artist had his studio is an eccentric artwork itself. Do not miss the artist's garden with famous sculptures. 


Prinzregentenstrasse 60



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