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Bavarian National Museum
One of Europe´s most famous art and cultural history museum is, without a doubt, the Bavarian National Museum in Munich.The building itself is a significant museum and represents buildings of its foundation times. The Prinzregentenstrasse, where the museum is located, used to be one of Munich´s main royal avenues.
King Maximilian II of Bavaria founded the Bavarian National Museum in 1855. Its collection holds a large number of European artifacts from the late antiquity until early 20th century and is devided in two main groups: the art historical collection and the folklore collection.
Some of the museum´s exhibits are musical instruments, furnitures, oil paintings, sketches, clocks, stoneware, majolica, miniatures, porcelain and faience.
The western part of the building houses another exhibition: The Collection Bollert shows a variety of late medieval sculptures.
The following tours and topics can be found at the Bavarian National Museum:
Cultural historical subjects
Tuesday - Sunday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Thursday 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Thursday - Sunday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Monday + Wednesday: closed
Exclusive Exhibitions, Museum and Collection Bollert
adults 7,- Euro
reduced 6,- Euro
Museum and Collection Bollert
adults 5,- Euro
reduced 4,- Euro
sundays 1,- Euro
annual visitors pass 25,- Euro
visitors under the age of 18 are free of charge
Audioguide: 3,- Euro
Contact Bavarian National Museum
Prinzregentenstrasse 3, City-Centre, 80583View Larger Map