The Bavarian National Museum in Munich, a museum of decorative arts, is one of the largest in the country. It was founded by King Maximilian II. This Museum was constructed according to plans found by Karl Maria Freiherr von Aretin, which were originally said to be the construction plans of a Wittelsbach Museum. The construction was renewed in 1899 by Prince Luitpold.
The Bayerisches (Bavarian) National Museum is not just a museum because it houses the most interesting and patriotic monuments as well as other remnants of the past. There are two significant divisions:
- The art historical collection
- The folklore collection
What To Expect:
- A private tour guide provides you with a fascinating experience and makes history fun. You can rest assured that your visit will be very interesting.
- Get explanations of the intricacies of some displayed works that are based on secular and liturgical art.
- You get to learn about captivating objects made in ivory and porcelain and see musical instruments from the Royal Houses.
- For Art lovers, if you ask, we offer special versions of painting and drawing lessons.
- You are given information about the current special exhibitions in Munich.
- The tour is tailored to your wishes, including your breaks. However, it is dependent on the rooms’ availability.
- There are special variants for different private groups or companies, and you can access special themes.
- For project teams, a specially designed communication workshop combined with the Museum visit is an additional option for this private tour.
This museum holds many pieces of history that connect to the roots of Bavaria. Come and see all the National Museum has to offer. Get an experience of a lifetime!