At home with a master painter: Franz von Stuck’s villa on Prinzregentenstrasse in Munich is one of the most important artist’s residences in Europe.
Franz von Stuck designed his home at the end of the 19th century as a free-standing work of art, somewhere between classical design and art nouveau with a few references the antique style.
The artist’s villa is now a museum run by the city of Munich. All of the areas in this impressive building are in a dialogue, making the Villa Stuck a one-of-a-kind example of artistic living.
As well as the historic studio and living quarters, the enchanting artist’s garden and paintings by Stuck himself, the museum regularly hosts temporary art exhibitions, ranging from the 19th century to modern day.
Good to know: Munich Card holders are entitled to a reduced admission fee. If one owns the Munich City Pass, the entrance is free of charge. No matter which card you choose, the public transport is included. Further information can be found here.
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