Johns Bavarian Tours Cultural Information Concerning Museums in Munich

Munich is a city with a very high level of the arts, you will find many Art Museums along with Museums for everyones interests. Here are a few of larger more well known Museums.
For detailed information use one of the below links, also the links given on my website will be helpful. Please ask me about other Museums in Munich.

You will find more information and links concerning Munich on my Munich Historial City Tour or take a look on my additional Homepage concerning your visit and travels to Munich.

Alte Pinakothek
(World famous artwork collection 1400-1600's - This building was designed and built by King Ludwig I of Bavaria in 1815)

Barer Strasse 27, entrance Theresienstr.
Tram line 27
Daily except Monday 10-17 hr
Tuesday 10-20 hr
Website: Alte Pinakothek

Neue Pinakothek
(internation artwork collection 1600- Impressionism)

entrance Thereseinstr.

Tram line 27

Daily except Tuesday 10-17 hr

Wednesday 10-20 hr
Website: Neue Pinakothek

Pinakothek der Moderne
(modern design, artwork expressionist-today)
Die Neue Sammlung in Pinakothek der Modern (Design of today and yesterday)

Barer Strasse 40
Tram line 27
Daily except Monday 10-17 hr
Thursday and Friday 10-22 hr
Website: Pinakothek der Moderne
Website: Die neue Sammlung

Haus der Kunst
(Built by Hitler: Modern and Classic Modern Art)

Bus 54, 100, 159, 190, 191
Monday-Sunday 10-20 hr
Thursday 10-22 hr
Website: Haus der Kunst

Schack Galerie
(private collection of German artists 1900's)

Prinzregentenstrasse 9
Bus 100
Wednesday-Sunday 10-17 hr
Thursday 10-22 hr
Website: Schack Galerie

Villa Stuck
(Jugendstil Villa of the artist Franz von Stuck 1900's)

Prinzregentstrasse 60
U4 Prinzregentenplatz, U5 Max-Weber-Platz
Bus 54, 100, 159, 190, 191 or Tram 18 Friedensengel
Wednesday-Sunday 11-18 hr
Thursday 10-22 hr
Website: Museum Villa Stuck

Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus
(Munich School 1800's, Blue Rider's)

U2 Königsplatz
Tuesday 10 – 20 hr
Wed – Sun, 10 – 18 hr
Closed on Mondays
Website: Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus

(Roman and Greek artifacts and Scuptor - Built by King Ludwig I of Bavaria)

Königsplatz 3
U2 Königsplatz
Tuesday-Sunday 10-17 hr
Thursday 10-22 hr
Website: Glyptothek

(collection of old Greek and Etrusican masters in jewelry and scuptor - Built by King Ludwig I of Bavaria)

Königplatz 1
U2 Königsplatz
Tuesday-Sunday 10-17 hr
Wednesday 10-22 hr
Website: Antikensammulungen

Staatliches Museum Ägyptische Kunst
(Egyptian Art)

Gabelsbergerstr. 35
Tuesday 10 - 20 hr
Wed - Sun 10 - 18 hr
Closed Monday (except Easter and Pentocost Monday)
Website: Staatliches Museum Ägyptischer Kunst

Deutsches Museum
(Founded by Bismarck - Here is the largest museum for technological and scientific exhibits in the world. Visit the development of all the old and new inventions used in modern day science or the world of transportation)

Museumsinsel 1
S Bahn Isartor, Tram 18
Daily 9-17 hr
Website: Deutsches Museum

Bayerisches National Museum
(Founded by King Maximilian II and is concidered one of the most important cultural museums in Europe. A large collection on three floors of history,culture,sculptures,folk pieces, textilies and science)

Prinzregentenstrasse 3
U 4 or U5, Lehel Tram17, Bus 100
Tuesday-Sunday 10-17 hr
Thursday 10-20 hr
Website: Bayerisches National Museum

Stadtmuseum München
Exhibitions by the City of Munich - Permanent showings are the Morisken-Saal, Nationalsozialismus, Music Instruments, Photo Museum, Fashion Museum, Puppet Theater Museum, and Film Museum)

Sankt-Jakobs-Platz 1
U & S Bahn Marienplatz
Tuesday-Sunday 10-18 hr
Website: München Stadtmuseum

BMW Welt & BMW Museum
BMW-Welt: The new architectural highlight for automobile delivery, experience and exhebitions beside the BMW Museum.
This can be visited on my city tour along with the Olympia Tower and Olympic Park.

Am Olympiapark 1
U3 Olympiazentrum
Daily 9-18 hr
Website: BMW Welt
Petuelring 130
U3 Olympiazentrum
Daily except Monday 9-18 hr
Saturday-Sunday 10-20 hr
Website: BMW Museum

Jewish Museum - The Ohel Jakob Synagogue
The permanent exhibition, which covers an area of some 900 square metres, provides an insight into Munich's Jewish history and culture.

St.-Jakobs-Platz 16
S-Bahn, U3, U6, Marienplatz
U1, U2, U3, U6, Tram 16, 17, 18, 27 Sendlinger Tor
Tuesday-Sunday: 10 am-6 pm
Website: Jewish Museum

Brandhorst Museum
The Brandhorst collection shows Modern Art with artists like Andy Warhol, Cy Twombly, Sigmar Polke and Damien Hirst.

Theresienstrasse 35a
U2, U8 Königsplatz or Theresienstrasse
U3, U6 Odeonsplatz or Universität
Tram 27 Pinakothek
Website: Museum Brandhorst