The Alte Pinakothek, Munich
About The Alte Pinakothek, Munich
The Alte Pinakothek, Munich - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Barer Strasse 27, 80333 Munich, Germany
Ticket Price: 4 EUR
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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This prestigious art museum in Munich is one of the oldest in the world and houses one of the largest collections of Old Master painting. This famous museum found its first donor in Duke Wilhelm IV and the collection grew with leaps and bounds as time flowed by.
People will get to bask in the magnificence of the painting by some of the most renowned and celebrated European artists the world has ever seen. Some of the most famous artists whose works are on display include Rembrandt van Rijn, Albrecht Durer, Hans Memling, Sandro Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Tintoretto, Rafael, El Greco and others.
The Alte Pinakothek Ticket Prices
- This museum is under Renovation to Improve Energy Efficiency 2014-2018.
- Reduced admission for all visitors.
- Permanent exhibition
- Adult: 4 Euro
- Reduced 2 Euro
- Admission on Sundays: 1 Euro
How To reach The Alte Pinakothek by Public Transport
- Konigsplatz Station
- Nearest Light Rail station: Pinakotheken Stop ID: de:9162:51:2:2
Restaurants Near The Alte Pinakothek
- TUNIX Open Air Restaurant
- Contie Gastronomie
- Bei Rafaelle
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The Alte Pinakothek, Munich Reviews - Write a Review
Very nice collection/gallery of art. The paintings are so detailed, and most of it made me to stun and wonder. enjoyed the arts of human and amazed their creative paintings. Very peaceful and relaxing place for the local people. when i was there, one part of it was under renovation. the entry fee is 4€ which is reasonable. moreover will get a audio guide, which explains more about the art work. the audio guides are in five languages including english. The staffs are very friendly and they are maintaining it very well.
Much of it was under renovation, so I don't feel like I can really do five stars. The small amount that was open was quite cool, however, and the audio tour in English was included. If you are looking for the piece by Leonardo da Vinci, you are in luck because that area is currently open!
Very nice gallery. The entrance is 1€ on Sundays so really worth visiting, but you will need at least 2 hours , because there are many paintings. However, under heavy reconstruction right now.
Very nice selection of paintings - a lot of Rubens, one DaVinci and Rafael. All in all quite nice (abeit not so big as expected - some sections are closes off) :)
Many masterpieces kept viewable during renovation. Sadly, most of the paintings need a good cleaning. The staff are personable, and most of them speak English.
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