1. Museum District– Pinakotheken

    Together, the Alte and Neue Pinakothek and the Pinakothek der Moderne house the city’s major painting collections .

    Vase with Sunflowers (1888) by Vincent van Gogh, Neue Pinakothek
  2. Deutsches Museum

    The largest museum of science and technology in the world .

  3. Bayerisches Nationalmuseum

    One of the largest museums in Europe for art, crafts, and folklore. In its wide-ranging collection are Gothic sculptures, precious wall hangings, watches, and Christmas cribs.

  4. Münchner Stadtmuseum

    Documenting the history and culture of the city, there are sections on puppetry, musical instruments, photography, and film.

    • St-Jakobs-Platz 1

    • Open 10am–6pm Tue–Sun

    • closed Shrove Tue & some hols

    • Adm (Sun & hols free)

    • wheelchair accessible

  5. Glyptothek and Staatliche Antikensammlungen

    This exquisite collection of Greek and Roman sculptures and bas-reliefs includes 2,500-year-old Archaic figures, whose original colouring has been recently restored. Antique jewellery, bronzes, and Greek ceramics are on display in the Antikensammlungen.

    • Königsplatz 1 & 3


    • Open 10am–5pm Tue–Sun (to 8pm Thu)

    • closed Shrove Tue & some hols

    • Adm (€1 on Sun)

    • wheelchair accessible


    • Königsplatz 1 & 3

    • Open 10am–5pm Tue–Sun (to 8pm Wed)

    • Adm (€1 on Sun)

    The Neo-Classical façade of the Glyptothek on Königsplatz
  6. Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus

    Lenbachhaus – the villa of painter Prince Franz von Lenbach – enjoys worldwide renown thanks to its collection of works from the Blue Rider group. The north wing houses the art collection, while the preserved living quarters offer insight into the domestic culture of the Gründerzeit (Foundation Period). In 1994, an underground exhibition space was added.

  7. Jüdisches Museum

    Aiming to provide a forum for open discussion, this museum also reflects the breadth of Jewish history, art and culture.

    • St-Jakobs-Platz 16

    • Open 10am–6pm Tue–Sun

    • Adm

  8. Museum Villa Stuck

    Preserved in its original Art Nouveau style, the villa of Secessionist Franz von Stuck (1863–1928) houses a permanent Art Nouveau exhibition.

  9. Haus der Kunst

    Today, Adolf Hitler’s pompous monumental building (1932–7) is a venue for international art exhibitions.

  10. Staatliches Museum für Völkerkunde

    Ethnological exhibits from around the world – from North America’s oldest kayak to a Shiva temple.

Other Museums & Galleries

  1. Archäologische Staatssammlung

    Prehistoric, Roman, and medieval exhibits.

    • Lerchenfeldstr. 2

  2. Staatliches Museum Ägyptischer Kunst

    Art from Egypt, land of the pyramids .

    • Residenz, Hofgartenstr. 1

  3. Deutsches Theatermuseum

    History of German theatre. Large specialist library.

    • Galeriestr. 4a & 6

  4. Paläontologisches Museum

    Archaeopteryx bavarica, a prehistoric bird, is a highlight at this dinosaur museum.

    • Richard-Wagner-Str. 10

  5. Valentin-Musäum

    Curios relating to Karl Valentin; excellent café.

    • Isartor tower, Im Tal 50

  6. Schack-Galerie

    Featuring 19th-century German painting (Böcklin, Spitzweg, Schwind, and others), this is a museum for romantics.

    • Prinzregen­tenstr. 9

  7. Alpines Museum

    A museum dedicated to mountains.

    • Praterinsel 5

  8. Deutsches Jagd-und Fischereimuseum

    Large dioramas of wild beasts are featured here.

    • Neuhauser Str. 2

  9. Kunsthalle der Hypo-Kulturstiftung

    Outstanding contemporary art exhibitions.

    • Theatinerstr. 8

  10. lothringer 13

    Multimedia art.

    lothringer 13

    • Lothringer Str. 13

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