We all know that in Germany, art and culture occupy a leading position. The German people are an inexhaustible source of culture and creation, so it is natural to have many museums. Today we focus on Munich, a city which abounds with such exceptional buildings that offer a wide range of travel possibilities.
Are you a lover of art? Are you tired of strolling around the Louvre or Prado corridors? Well, book a flight to Munich and we assure you that there is much more to do then drink beer and eat German sausages. Just for starters, we are suggesting to you a few of the most important cultural spots of the Bavarian capital, each with at least one reason that makes you visit it.
Stadtmuseum Munich - Munich State Museum
The museum is located downtown in a renovated building that dates back since the Middle Ages. Here you can admire a lot of objects and you can learn about the history and evolution of the city. The museum is open to all categories of visitors, from children to the elderly, hosting exhibitions of photography, film, fashion, Puppet Theater and even fairground objects.
Kartoffelmuseum: Potato Museum
This is a private museum dedicated to potatoes! One can admire works of art which have the theme of the hoes, but there are a series of containers and cutlery meant for the consumption of this vegetable in various forms.
Haus Der Kunst Museum of Art
Visual Arts Museum was once run by the Nazis and it dedicated its entire activity to celebrating the Third Reich. Currently, surpassing its dark history, the museum hosts exhibitions of modern art with many avant-garde video projections, photographs, sculptures, prints, paintings and more.
Archäologische Staatssammlun: Bavarian Museum of Archaeology
In this museum there are exposed ancient artifacts found in Bavaria, originating from the first human settlements in this region since the time of Charlemagne, 800 C.E. Apart from objects belonging to cultures that have succeeded in Bavaria, the museum features objects from the Mediterranean area and the Middle East.
Deutsches Museum is a fun place for both adults and children, because it is full of all sorts of scientific exhibitions. You can find here a very extensive collection of Natural Sciences, with information in fields such as astronomy, chemistry, physics and more. For music lovers there is an impressive collection of musical instruments. Equally well represented is the section of transport, which includes elements from different areas of activity, such as construction of bridges and aeronautics. In terms of materials and production area, there are exposed to all sorts of objects and information about mines, glass technology, metals, paper, toys and textiles. The museum is also home to various temporary exhibitions. Unlike other museums, many of the exhibits can be tested, touched, explored, so that a single visit here is practically not enough!
Mensch und Natur Museum: Museum of man and nature
This museum shows the evolution of planet Earth to date and possible variants for the future of our planet. It offers very complex information on biodiversity, the role of man in the history of the Earth and about human evolution on Earth. Authentic natural objects are exhibited, together with graphics and audio-visual programs.
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