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Museum Brandhorst – contemporary art

Concealed behind a spectacular facade, the Museum Brandhorst surprises visitors with an impressive collection of modern and contemporary art.
Save the admission fee of 7€ with the Munich City Pass! With the Munich Card you get a disount of 2€!

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The Museum Brandhorst focuses on the examination of 20th and 21st century personalities. The married couple, Anette and Udo Brandhorst, have collected over 1000 works since the seventies. In this museum, you can admire paintings, drawings and sculptures as well as photographs, media works and installations.

Opening hours Museum Brandhorst

Thu: 10 am – 8 pm
Tue – Wed: 10 am – 6 pm
Fri – Sun: 10 am – 6pm
Closed: 24.12., 25.12. and 31.12. 

Admission fee Museum Brandhorst

Regular admission: 7 €
Admission on sundays: 1€

Address Museum Brandhorst

Theresienstr. 35 a 80333 Munich 

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Directions Museum Brandhorst

Tram 27 or 28 to Pinakotheken
Bus 154 to Türkenstraße
Bus 100 to Pinakotheken 

Special condotions of use Museum Brandhorst

The discount does not apply to all special exhibitions.
Admission on sundays: 1€


Near Museum Brandhorst

Holding more than 100 works by Andy Warhol, this comprehensive collection is like no other collection in Europe that feature works by this famous pop art artist Its collection of more than 170 works by the American artist, Cy Twombly, is unique in the world. Other pioneering artists featured in this museum include Bruce Nauman and Sigmar Polke, Louise Lawler and Cady Noland, Martin Kippenberger and Jeff Koons, Joseph Beuys, Dan Flavin, Blinky Palermo, Jannis Kounellis, John Chamberlain, Richard Tuttle and Walter De Maria.The "Tagescafé," which provides visitors of the museum with culinary delights, is called "Horst," in honor of the name of the house. There you can also get a "picnic to go" for an enjoyable trip in Munich. 

Enjoy the modern and contemporary art at the Museum Brandhorst and save money with the Munich City Pass/ Munich Card!