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Special Museums

BEER AND OKTOBERFESTMUSEUM

The history of Bavarian beer and the Oktoberfest.

Address:

Sterneckerstr. 2, 80331 München

Arrival:

all S-Bahn lines (local trains) to stop Isartor

Opening hours:

Tuesday to Saturday 1 pm – 6 pm

VALENTIN KARLSTADT MUSÄUM (Valentin-Karlstadt-Museum)

Here, times runs different: The museum, located in the towers of the „Isartor“, shows bizzare and extraordinary exhibits from the life and work of Karl Valentin and Liesl Karlstadt.

Address:

Tal 50, 80331 München

Arrival:

all S-Bahn lines (local trains) to stop Isartor

Opening hours:

Monday to Saturday 11:01 am – 17:59 pm

Sunday 10:01 am – 17:59 pm

Wednesday closed!

Treasury of the Munich Residence

The treasures by the rulers of Bavaria, the Wittelsbach family, is the result of centuries of avid collecting. The precious objects on display date back to late Antiquity, the Middle Ages, Renaissance, Baroque and Classicism.

Address:

Residenzstr. 1, 80331 München

Arrival:

all S-Bahn lines (local trains) to Marienplatz or subway lines U4, U5, U3, U6

Opening hours:

April – 15 October: 9 am – 6 pm (last entry: 5 pm)

16 October-March: 10 am – 5 pm (last entry: 4 pm)

Castles and Palaces

Visit Nymphenburg Palace and the Munich Residence.
Domicile and history of the Bavarian kings.

Museums od Nature & Technology

Do you prefer nature and technology?
Convince yourself.

Museums of Arts & Culture

Guests, which are passionate about art and culture
– or if it is raining and cold –
experience the museums of Munich.

Special Museums

Whether Karl Valentin or the history of beer –
let yourself be surprised.

Parks & Gardens

For athletes, lovers and dreamers:
Munich is green and has a lot to offer

World of Adventures

For adventurers and little discoverers,
for bored and darings,
let’s go!

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