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Museum Fünf Kontinente, Munich
(3.5/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
Museum Fünf Kontinente is located in Munich. Use our Munich family vacation planner to visit Museum Fünf Kontinente on your trip to Munich, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • One of the most beautiful museums of the city, interesting and informative on-ready collection, regular equally good made special exhibitions. The first visit is a tour – we have a busy - sure of the best way to explore this beautiful House.
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  • The anthropological museum is set up according to different cultures. Very nice exhibits, especially In the section of Oceania. Unfortunately, the descriptions of the exhibits are usually very poor. We had booked the initiator for 4 euros, which we have broken off after only 15 minutes. The museums guide has tried very awkward to incorporate the group, was little meaningful and has a very condescending and little informed view on history and culture (despite the Ethnology and art history studies). Definitely not recommended!
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  • Today we visited the Museum for the second time. It was like in fairy tales. You can get to know its peoples, traditions, and religions etc. very much experienced Orient, Oceania, Nepal, Indian North America, Burma, Myanmar. One dive literally in a wonderful wide world. The images, the installations, the exhibits and the sound are fascinating. It is a colorful, mysterious and appealing and yet unknown world, which can seem so familiar at the end of the visit. Highly recommended for students and small children. Sunday costs only €1!. Like many other museums in München.Im ground floor there is a nice Café (Max2) and a motley boutique with nice small things from all over the world. So beautiful!
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  • It's a smaller museum but for only 5 euro, it's a great way to spend a few hours, especially if you enjoy Buddhist statuary. Very quiet when I visited, and they had lockers for luggage/coats for an additional 1euro.
  • The statue of Buddha on the stairs up to the exhibit makes the visit worthwhile. Breathtaking.
  • Excelent ethnographic museum, very interesting!
  • Great overview of different cultures, lot's of inspiration and we also enjoyed to draw on one of the drawing chairs!
  • Super interesting exhibition! If one is travelling in Munich and thought about which Museum to visit, this must be definitely on the list.
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