The Glyptothek Museum, commissioned by Ludwig I of Bavaria, is part of the Art District (Kunstareal) and houses the richest collection of only Roman and Greek Sculptures in Bavaria.
It is one of the oldest public museums in Munich and is unique as it contains sculptures dating back to ancient times. The periods covered (from 650 BC to 550 AD) the Archaic, classical, Hellenistic and the Roman periods.
If you have a genuine appreciation for sculptures from the Greek and Roman periods and mythology, then you will thoroughly enjoy this unique exhibition.
What to Expect:
- A professional artist as your guide that answers your questions.
- My presentation offers a special journey through time in religions and politics around the antique.
- Understand the organization of the museum and enjoy the presentation after your tour on your own.
- I will provide you with up-to-date and interesting information about the side shows.
We would move through the museum citing all you need to know about the Glyptothek and the sculptures that reside in it. Come and enjoy the important bits of history in the most interesting and artistic way.
The perfect activity for rainy days or when you must hide from too much sun.
Expect to be in a small group like in a private tour, moving at a moderate pace.
Book this tour in Munich with a professional artist, who understands art and you.