The Bavarian National Museum ranks among the big European art and cultural Museums with emphasis on Bavaria and the late antiquity. Masterpieces of South German woodcraft by Erasmus Grasser, Tilman Riemenschneider and others as well as the original hand-carved 16th century model of Munich by Jakob Sandtner can be enjoyed during a tour of this diversified museum.
Interested in medieval religious art and Christmas exhibits? Then join us for a tour of the most outstanding collection of historical cribs world-wide.
Home to the famous marble statue known as the "Barberini Faun", the Glyptothek reflects the ardent desire of the 19th century Bavarian Court for Hellenistic Greece. Join us for a visit of this exquisite collection of Greek and Roman Antiques.
"Typically Munich!" See this permanent exhibition in the Munich City Museum with us. Here, we show you the most important periods in Munich’s history from 1158 until today. More than 400 exhibits exemplify its development, amongst them the invaluable original woodcraft "Moriskentänzer" (Morris Dancers) by Erasmus Grasser from 1480.