Picture the classic 19th-century museum, a palatial neo-Classical edifice overflowing with exotic treasure and thought-provoking works...
Count Adolf Friedrich von Schack (1815–94) was a great fan of 19th-century Romantic painters such as Böcklin, Feuerbach and Moritz von...
Haus der Kunst
It was built in 1937 to showcase Nazi art, but now the Haus der Kunst presents works by exactly the artists whom the Nazis rejected and...
If you make it past the notorious face control at Munich's premier late spot, you'll encounter a crowd of Bundesliga reserve players,...
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Archäologische Staatssammlung information
Turns out Bavaria has been a popular place of residence for 120,000 years. Prehistoric Stone Age people came first, then the Romans, the Celts and finally various Germanic tribes. The Archäologische Staatssammlung opens up a window on these long-gone civilisations with cult objects, floor mosaics, jewellery, medical equipment and scores of other items.