Sundays in Munich are perfect time for art!…mainly because of beautiful budget friendly admission at some of the city’s best museums. And we’ve got the full list of Munich 1 euro museums ready for you below!
Whether you’re looking for art or natural history, there’s a little something for everyone, so go on and enjoy the full list:
Address: Barer Str. 27
Art museum with an extensive collection covering the 14th-18th century – one of the oldest galleries in the world.
Address:Barer Str. 29
Art museum focusing on European art from the 18th and 19th centuries.
Pinakothek der Moderne:
Address:Barer Str. 40
Modern art museum housed in a sleek building – one of the largest museums of its kind in the world!
Bavarian National Museum/ Bayerisches Nationalmuseum
One of the largest art museums in Germany, housing European artefacts ranging from late antiquity to the early 20th century.
The only museum in the world dedicated 100% to ancient sculptures! This cool museum houses tons of Greek and Roman sculptures and happens to be the oldest public museum in Munich.
The Museum of Five Continents / Museum Fünf Kontinente
A collection of art and cultural artefacts from outside of Europe.
The Egyptian Museum/ Ägyptisches Museum
An archaeological museum housing the Bavarian state collection of ancient Egyptian art.
The State Coin Collection/ Staatlichen Münzsammlung
A huge collection featuring of 300,000 items including medals, coins, banknotes and more.
The Schack Gallery/ Galerie Schack or Sammlung Schack
Art gallery featuring a collection of 19th-century, late Romantic German painting housed in the former Prussian Embassy.
The State Collections of Antiquities/ Antikensammlungen
A collection of antiquities, from everyday objects to art. Sure to transport you to an ancient world!
Museum of Man and Nature/ Museum Mensch und Natur
A natural history museum located in the beautiful Nymphenburg Palace.