Brandhorst Museum was inaugurated in the year 2009. This is a must visit for lovers of modern art who will be enthralled by its collection. If you have heard about Cy Twombly, arguably one of the world’s most renowned artists of the present era, and are interested in viewing his art, then this is the […]
Ludwig the Bavarian is famous for the sheer number of medieval fortifications that he erected and one of them happens to be the Isartor. This is one of the must see sights for tourists, especially the Valentin Museum that is located inside and is a venue preferred by tourists from all over the world.
Built by Duke Wilhelm V, St. Michael’s Church, is also known as the Michaelkirche. It ranks amongst one of the largest Renaissance churches in Germany. The construction of the church, the foundation stone of which was laid in 1585, took place in two phases, with the first being between the years 1583 to 1588. The […]
Visiting Munich and not visiting the State Collections of Antiquies would be an enormous mistake. Known locally as the Antikensammlungen, this is one of the oldest museums of Munich.
According to history, the funds for building this church were provided by prince Elector Ferdinand Maria along with his wife. They did not have any descendants and when the Lord blessed them with one, the decided to get this church built as a token of their appreciation.
Welcome to the Munich Stadtmuseum where you can view exhibits that help you to learn more about the history of the city. From time to time, this museum also displays special exhibitions covering a wide array of topics including that of international culture and civilization.
Do not forget to take the kids along with you, visiting Hellabrunn Zoo is a trip that they will enjoy the most. Few visitors arrive and leave Munich without viewing the Hellabrun Zoo, which covers a staggering area of 173 acres (70 hectares).
Tread silently in this hallowed ground, else you face the wrath of some Egyptian emperor. Famous all over the world for its diversified collection of Egyptian art, the State Museum of Egyptian Art, or the Staatliche Sammlung für Ägyptische Kunst as it is known locally is currently located in Residenz,
Munich is famous all over the world for its varied tourist attractions and among them are a couple of museums too. The Glyptothek is one such museum that was commissioned by Ludwig I, the Bavarian king, to store his collection of Roman and Greek sculptures.
Those interested in even more greenery in Munich should pay a visit to the court garden. The elector of Bavaria, Maximilian I, built this garden, famous locally as the Hofgarten, between the years 1613 to 1617. The center of this Italian style renaissance garden boasts of a pavilion for Goddess Diana that was built by […]
Nothing can beat the sheer fun of strolling in the cradles of nature after a tiring morning of sightseeing. Located bang in the center of Munich, the English Garden, locally known as the Englischer Garten is a huge public park that stretches from the center of the city to its northeastern limits.
Those interested in the Gothic school of art should not miss visiting the Saint Mary Ramersdorf. Locally known as the Sankt Maria Ramersdorf, this gothic styled parish church and church of pilgrimage lies in Munich’s Ramersdorf-Perlach district.
Once you are over viewing the Bavarian State Archaeological Collection, it is time to move over to the Bavarian National Museum. Known locally as the Bayerisches Nationalmuseum, this Munich based museum, located in Prinzregentenstrasse, is considered as one of the most important of cultural history museums throughout Europe.
Germany is famous all over the world for its archaeological treasures. However, instead of wandering here and there, you can view a massive collection of them all in the Bavarian State Archaeological Collection.
Located in Max-Joseph-Platz, in Munich, Germany, the National Theatre is an opera house. It is home of the Bavarian State Ballet and the Bavarian State Opera. The first theater was made by the order of king Maximilian of Bavaria and was created by Karl von Fischer, keeping Odéon of Paris as the basis.