Complementing the Glyptothek, the Antikensammlungen is an engaging showcase of exquisite Greek, Roman and Etruscan antiquities. The...
Nothing less than the Acropolis in Athens provided the inspiration for Leo von Klenze's imposing Königsplatz, commissioned by Ludwig I...
Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus
Late 19th-century portraitist Franz von Lenbach used his fortune to build a fabulous Tuscan-style home, which his widow later sold to...
Münchner Theater für Kinder
Children's performances year-round.
To the north of the train station, Deli Star has soups, bagels and salads.
Lonely Planet review
Kunstbau is a 120m-long underground tunnel above the U-Bahn station Königsplatz. Works of the expressionist Blauer Reiter (Blue Rider) artist group founded by Wassily Kandinsky and Franz Marc in 1911 are shown here as well as at the nearby Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus.
It's scheduled to close in 2009 for a top-to-bottom renovation directed by British star architect Lord Norman Foster. A reopening date has not been set.