Finally, Munich's museums are open again. An overview of the exhibitions in 2021:
Cy Twombly’s Lepanto cycle in the Museum Brandhorst is a monumental study about life, history and light.
Our author meets Munich personalities for a walk: this time Laura Schieferle shows us her art area.
Munich has long been the cradle of the European graffiti scene. Our author once painted graffiti himself, and today looks back on a quite exceptional piece of work.
Our author takes part in a special cycling tour that leads her to discover important works of graffiti and street art in public spaces.
Some public art in Munich is unknown even to the locals. We present six works of art that can often only be discovered at second glance.
Finally opened again: Discover Munich's highlights from a very special perspective after just a few seconds in the lift!
Munichs official visitor cards at a glance.
Corona does not mean that you have to do without Munich's great cultural attractions: We have collected the best digital offers.
The Lenbachhaus shows the early works of Wassily Kandinsky and his student and later partner Gabriele Münter.
Finally, Munich's museums, art and cultural institutions are open again. We are now looking forward to these exhibitions:
The story of Ludwig II is a legendary tale: an account of a glamorous time that played out not only in Neuschwanstein, but also directly within the Munich court – the Residenz palace in the city centre.
Theatre, opera, musical: Munich's most important stages at a glance.
Luxury shopping and elegant design go hand in hand in Munich. An overview.