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 […]
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.
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.
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.
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 the city centre of Munich, Pinakothek der Moderne is a modern art museum. Along with the Neue Pinakothek, the Museum Brandhorst and The Alte Pinakothek, it is a part of Munich’s “Kunstareal”. With four major museums displaying works on paper, art, design and architecture under single roof, the Pinakothek der Moderne is amongst […]
Located in Munich, Germany, Neue Pinakothek is an art museum. Its highlights are the European Art belonging to the 18th and 19th century. The Pinakothek der Moderne and Neue Pinakothek museums are divisions of Munich’s “Kunstareal”. The museum was founded by the Bavarian Emperor Ludwig I in 1853.
Located in the Kunstareal in Munich, Germany, Alte Pinakothek is an art museum. It is amongst the oldest galleries and has one of the most well-known collections of old master paintings. In 1826 Leo von Klenze was ordered by King Ludwig I of Bavaria to construct a new building for the gallery to display the […]
Located in the city centre of Munich, Germany, Kunstareal is a museum quarter. It has three “Pinakothekan” galleries (Neue Pinakothek, Pinakothek der Moderne and Alte Pinakothek), the Staatliche Antikensammlun, the Glyptothek, the Musuem Brandhorst, the Lenbachhaus, and many galleries.
Prinz Carl Palais Located in Munich, Prinz Carl Palais is a mansion constructed in the style of early Neoclassicism (1804-1806). On the name of its former owners, the mansion was also called the Palais Royal and Palais Salabert. The architect Karl von Fischer planned the Prinz Carl Palais in 1803 for Abbé Pierre de Salabert, […]
Bavarian State Museum of Ethnology Located in Munich, Germany, the Bavarian State Museum of Ethnology is a museum for Non-European objects of cultural value and artworks. The building is situated in one of the four royal avenues of the city, in Maximilianstrasse. It was originally built for the Bavarian National Museum in 1859-1865 by Eduard […]
Located close to the Olympiapark, Munich, the BMW Museum was established shortly before the summer Olympics in the year 1972. Dealing with the history of BMW, the famous automobile manufacturer, it is visited by tens of thousands of automobile enthusiasts and also by the general tourists throughout the year.
Arguably acknowledged as the largest technology related museum in the world, the Deutsches Museum is situated on a small island near the River Isar, in Munich, Germany. It exhibits nearly 28,000 objects from approximately fifty fields of technology and science.