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...
If you're a fan of classical art or simply enjoy the sight of naked guys without noses (or other pertinent body parts), make a beeline...
Nothing less than the Acropolis in Athens provided the inspiration for Leo von Klenze's imposing Königsplatz, commissioned by Ludwig I...
Münchner Theater für Kinder
Children's performances year-round.
Israeli food gets a gourmet twist at this elegant restaurant with stucco ornamented ceiling, fresh flowers and complexion-friendly...
Paläontologisches Museum information
Lonely Planet review
The curatorial concept of the Paläontologisches Museum could use a little dusting up but otherwise this archaeological trove of prehistoric skulls and bones is anything but stuffy. The most famous resident is a fossilised archaeopteryx, the creature that forms the evolutionary link between reptile and bird.
Jurassic fans can check out the wicked horns on a triceratops skull or the delicate bone structure of a plateosaurus. What better place to bring the kids when they're passing through their 'dinosaur phase'?