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Overview of Muca Museum Of Urban And Contemporary Art
This article refers Muca Museum Of Urban And Contemporary Art in Munich, Germany. Although listed here, Muca Museum Of Urban And Contemporary Art is not one of the most visited sightseeing places in Munich.
Attractions like Marienplatz, Cathedral Of Our Lady, The Neue Pinakothek, The Alte Pinakothek and Dachau Concentration Camp are the usual crowd pullers of Munich and you might easily miss out Muca Museum Of Urban And Contemporary Art amidst these top things to do.
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A great addition to the museum scene here in Munich. Hopefully a 5-star experience in a few months time when work on the museum is finished. Currently (Jan 2017), there is a small but well-curated gallery of pieces on the roughly finished ground level plus a balcony to view them from above. The exterior of the building itself is a major highlight with its swirling black calligraphy. All in all, plan for a 30-minute visit to take in all the works. Note: There is no museum fee but donations are welcome.
It's a nice little museum, but 7.50€ is pushing it, compared to other big museums in Munich that offer reduced entrance fee on Sundays.
Highly disappointed about how small the museum is, taking into account the (quite high)admission ticket. A pity.
Nice museum despite being still a worksite. The show is quite small but it is the first museum of its kind and will likely have an increased collection soon.
Refreshing new concepts of presenting street art in a very cool way. Nice stuff :-)