Immerse Yourself in Munich's Diverse Art and Cultural Landscape
One encounters it in studios and art galleries, at current exhibitions and in world-class art museums, in private collections and in public spaces. From ballet to concerts and operas to musicals, Munich's world-famous stages and theatres offer cultural delights. Explore all the opulence Munich has to offer with its traditional Bavarian atmosphere and historical background, making this city the ultimate destination for any travel lover.
Museums in Munich
How many museums, galleries, exhibitions and collections are there in Munich? One thing is clear: there are a lot. Munich is home to modern art museums and painting galleries, ethnological and technical museums as well as archaeological and natural history museums. In addition to the world-famous museums such as the Deutsches Museum, the Pinakotheken, the Museum Brandhorst, the Bavarian National Museum or the Haus der Kunst, there are also special museums such as the Children's Museum, the Potato Museum or the FC Bayern Museum.
Municipal concert halls and orchestras
Whether the new Isar Philharmonic in the Gasteig with its outstanding architecture and acoustics, the new Volkstheater in the Schlachthofviertel, the Theater schwere Reiter in the Kreativquartier or the Hoftheater München in the Stemmerhof - everywhere here you can look forward to theatre, dance, concerts and readings in unusual surroundings. We would like to make a special mention of the orchestra of the state capital - the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra. Their fame extends far beyond the city limits.
Urban art, street art and graffiti in Munich. The art on walls can be seen in many exciting neighbourhoods - from the most colourful slaughterhouse in Germany to the Künstlerbrücke. Did you know that Munich was the cradle of the European graffiti scene for a long time? The art of the street even has its own museum in Munich, which sees itself as an open meeting place for art enthusiasts. The "Museum of Urban and Contemporary Art", abbreviated to MUCA, focuses on street and urban art.