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Bavarian National Museum, Munich
Categories: History Museums, Museums
Bavarian National Museum features a collection of decorative art, with strong representations from the medieval to early modern periods. The collection is split into two groups: folklore and historical art. Keep an eye out for the carved ivory, textiles, glass painting, and tapestry pieces, which are popular with visiting art enthusiasts. English isn't often offered in descriptions, so hire a tour guide if you'd like detailed information. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Bavarian National Museum and many more Munich attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Munich trip itinerary maker.
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Fast unendlich viele Exponate.. Sehr schön anzuschauen und nicht so überlaufen wie die Residenz. Dazu der Geheimtipp.. Am Sonntag nur 1€ statt 7!!Almost infinitely many exhibits... Very beautiful to look at and not as crowded as the residence. The secret to... On Sunday only €1 instead of 7!show original
Das Museum stellt schöne Kommoden und königlichen Innendekor aus. Gut für Regentage! Danach empfiehlt sich ein Gang durch den nahegelegenen Englischen Garten.The museum displays beautiful chest of drawers and Royal interior decor. Good for rainy days! Then we recommend a walk through the nearby English garden.show original
My wife and I hadn't planned on going to this amazing estate, but we're glad we did. It was amazing, one beautiful sight after another.
Katie Q Anderson
Amazing collection of 17th and 18th century art, sculptures. Definitely worth the price of admission. We went on Thursday for 7 euros each adult, children are free.
Was there on Sunday, where you get an 1-euro admission like in other museums near Englisch Garden (i.e. pinakotheks ). You see porcelain, sculptures, paintings from 12 - 18 century. It has special exhibitions every other time.
A very interesting visit. We went on a Sunday so tickets were only 1 euro a person which was a steal for the size of this museum. We went during the holidays so they had the nativity scenes open which was also pretty interesting.
Great museum, worth visiting, especially on Sundays when tickets are only 1EUR.
There was a vast array of interesting art
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