Museums and galleries
The sheer abundance of museums and variety of world-class artworks on display in Bavaria will quicken the pulse of even the most discerning art and history lover. Bavaria has thousands of galleries, museums, exhibitions and art events.
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Let us help you find the museum or castle you want to visit. This list comprises contact details, opening times, a brief description and a link to the local tourist office for over 1,250 Bavarian museums and castles.
Discover a huge variety of masterpieces of Science and Technology: planes, ships, models of atoms, windmills, space probes, diesel locomotives, industrial robots, organs, lifeboats...
In a historic, brick building that previously housed the brewery itself, the museum is listed in the Guinness Book of Records as being the most diverse beer museum in the world.
Haus der Kunst in Munich is a non-collecting public museum and a key global center for contemporary art. It is dedicated to the exploration of the diverse histories of contemporary art in Germany based on a foundation of focused exhibitions, research, and education.
Just four kilometres from the Bavarian holiday town of Fuessen visitors can now enjoy a further attraction in addition to the world famous castles of Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau. The brand new Museum of Bavarian Kings showcases a wealth of information about Bavaria Fairytale King Ludwig II and his family.
The first state industrial museum in Bavaria housed in the former Augsburg worsted yarn spinning plant (AKS), opened in 2010 in the heart of the Augsburg textile quarter near the town centre.
The Munich artist prince Franz v. Stuck designed and built his villa in 1897/98 in the style of an antique villa on the high bank of the Isar River. The historical rooms, some with their original interiors and furnishings, illuminates the typical Jugendstil harmony between art and life.
The new Jewish Museum, which opened in 2007, is part of the St. Jakobs-Place ensemble which also comprises the new main synagogue and the Jewish community center.
Protected by massive bastions, fortress Marienberg houses two collections which document the history of the castle and the town.
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