The Pinakothek Der ModerneCurrently Closed
- Address: Barer Strasse 29, 80799 Munich, Germany
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +49-8923805360
- Ticket Price: 10 EUR
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art And Culture, Art Museums, Art Gallery, Family And Kids
Locally referred to as the third Pinakothek, this modern art museum is highly revered for the sheer brilliance of its collection. The building itself however has been the subject of some speculation and criticism from locals.
The modernistic approach to design found some disfavor from locals who felt that the grayscale building lacked in soul and did not have any reflections of the region’s or the city’s roots and culture. Some of the artists featured include Georges Braque, Fernand Leger, Juan Gris, Umberto Boccioni, Robert Delaunay in addition to other modern and post modern artists and painters. The works of Pablo Picasso are comprehensively stored and displayed here.
- 10 euros
- Reduced 7 euros
- Sunday admission 1 euro
- Odeonsplatz Station
- Nearest Light Rail Station: PinakothekenStop ID: de:9162:51:1:1
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16.56% of people who visit Munich include The Pinakothek Der Moderne in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
50.49% of people start their The Pinakothek Der Moderne visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see The Pinakothek Der Moderne
63.64% of people prefer walking in order to reach The Pinakothek Der Moderne
Great place to take guests - on a (rainy) Sunday in particular, especially if they are into art! The entrance fee is only 1€ then, and the exhibitions change constantly, so this is always worth your while and you learn something new every time you go! I thoroughly enjoyed the little history lesson that comes with reading the captions of the art pieces and the texts at the beginning of each exhibition room!
Good, not great modern art museum. I think so many modern art museums struggle to find common threads - this is no exception. The exhibit on Ludwig II's impact on Bavaria's architecture was very interesting - although not that well-woven into the seeming mission of the museum.
There was the great architecture exhibition about Ludwig II's contributions when I went which ends in Jan 2019. I did not visit the paintings and photography section because I had already spent almost 3 hours in the other sections. The castles' architecture section was most delightful to me.
Amazing place! It's awesome... Great painting also, including artists like Dali and Picasso. I've visited on a Sunday, and only payed 1€ entrance
I try my best to pick the Sunday to go there to visit the most famous art museum to visit because of the 1 euro ticket, and not so many visitors there, remind you don’t bring any animals with you, it is not allowed to take them in, the painting is nice but I don’t feel comfortable while so many secure looking at you, I had no idea why they stare at me for such a long time, and make me feel very nervous, one of an approach to me and ask me am I doing some research, I tell him I am just looking around, very embarrassing! There is a locker could put things inside and it is free. Toilet is also very modern and free, That is nice! It is very thoughtful that the man ask a woman to hold my hand while I stay outside the the future house,I think someone maybe fall down on the stairs before? Anyway I think it is nice to take care of visitors!