Visit Top Museums In Munich

If you are looking for a holiday that is full of art, history and culture, then look no further than Munich. Science and technology, architectural exhibitions and exhibitions for the Grand Masters of Europe - Munich is full of intellectual food for curious minds. Here is a list and description of the top museums and galleries in Munich.

Deutsches Museum (Museumsinsel 1, 80538 Munich) Tel. +49 (0) 89 / 2179-1

Nearly two million visitors pass through the main entrance of the museum each year, attracted by its reputation as the largest museum of world science. Its exterior and interior architecture are so impressive that when Julius Rosenwald gave his investiture Museum of Science and Technology of Chicago, he modeled the structure of the Deutsches Museum building, a central pillar in the architecture of Munich. Hotels a few cafes to enjoy a coffee in the afternoon if you need a break from museum exhibitions, including exhibitions of musical instruments, communication devices and technologies.

Munich Stradtmuseum (St.-Jakobs-Platz 1, 80331 Munich) Tel. +49 (0) 89/23322370

The Munich Stradtmuseum, called the Munich City Museum is an institution specializing in the social history of Munich, with exhibitions on National Socialism in Munich and cultural history of the city - including the work of Erasmus Grasser. Placed in the urban center of Munich hotels, restaurants and bars are easily accessible from this museum, making it a great tour of the afternoon before experiencing the nightlife of the city.

Alte Pinakothek (Barer Strasse 27, 80333 Munich) Tel. +49 (0) 89/23805216

The name of the museum comes from the Greek, meaning old gallery, giving a taste of what you will find inside this gallery in the heart of Munich. Hotels and cafes surround this museum, making it an ideal stop in the middle of the morning before lunch, but you may want to walk through its corridors and galleries afternoon. This museum is world famous for having one of the largest collections of old masters in Europe - with works by Leonardo da Vinci, Sandro Botticelli, Raphael, Rembrandt and Hieronymus Bosch. It is also next to two other museums that make up a trio of fantastic art collections: the Pinakothek der Moderne (modern art gallery) and the Neue Pinakothek (the largest gallery of 6:19 p.m. century art in the world).
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