The Bavarian National Museum is located in the Prinzregentenstrasse, in the Lehel district of Munich. The art and cultural-historical collection of the Museum have achieved international recognition and is, in big parts, the main possession of the Wittelsbach family. The exhibition of the Bavarian National Museum shows art and craft from Late Antiquity to Art Nouveau in the 19th Century.
Exterior Bayerisches Nationalmuseum Munich
Solely judging by the building with its numerous extensions and new parts it seem writing cultural history. Being established in 1867, the foundation of the museum was commissioned by King Maximilian II. Because of the lack of space, another new building had been comissioned at the Prinzregentenstrasse about 30 years later. The design comes from the architect Gabriel Seidl and connects the three architectural styles of the German Renaissance, the Baroque and the Rocco. In 1937, another wing of the building in the south-eastern part of foundation followed. The new building on Himbsel and Oettingerstraße was established in 1990 and since then has space for museum workshops and a restoration studio.
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Close to the Museum you can watch to the famous Munich Eisbach-Surfers.
Sights near the English Garden
Haus der Kunst - House of Art Bayrisches Nationalmuseum - Bavarian National Museum Englischer Garten- English Garden Beer garden Chinesischer Turm Beer garden Seehaus Siegestor -- Victory Gate Beergarden Aumeister Overview map of English Garden in Munich
Bayrisches Nationalmuseum / Bavarian Nationa Museum
Prinzregentenstraße 3, 80538 München