Museums in Munich that have free entry (or almost)

Museums in Munich that have free entry (or almost)

Art should be accessible for everybody, so if you want to visit some of the museums of Munich for free or just for one euro, you only need to know when to go there and let yourself be inspired by amazing works of art. Haus der Kunst. Every first Thursday of the month this Brutalism building offers free entry for all its contemporary art exhibitions from 6 to 10 pm. After enjoying some art you can enjoy a glass of wine or a superb cocktail at its awesome Goldene bar….

Exhibition: Typisch München

Exhibition: Typisch München

It’s always good to know the history and anecdotes of the city where you live and discover some curious facts, personalities, and places. The Münchner Stadtmuseum proposes an exhibition about typical things from Munich, called Typisch München. In the exhibition, you will learn about more than 850 years of history, see how their citizens used to live and how they live today, what belongs to the city and what makes it unique. This is a permanent exhibition you can visit from Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm….

Free entry to the exhibitions at Haus der Kunst

Free entry to the exhibitions at Haus der Kunst

Money doesn’t need to be a problem to enjoy culture and art. As somebody said once, all the beautiful things are free. Haus der Kunst opens its doors for free every first Thursday of the month from 18 h to 22 h. A good opportunity to visit all the temporary exhibitions or the museum’s archive. Also, you can have guided tours, some of them in English, for just 3 euros. Some of the exhibitions you can visit on the Thursday 7th of November are Markus Lüpertz. Über die Kunst zum…

Pop Art: I’m a believer

Pop Art: I’m a believer

Pop art was born in postwar time, during the explosion of capitalism around the world. The liberation from the hard times was represented in colorful and highly ironic art. Andy Warhol was one of its maximum representatives and he played with advertising, capitalism, and consumerism converting products into pieces of art, and also adopting a critical vision that sometimes was misunderstood into superficiality. The Lenbachhays and the KiCo Foundation present the exhibition I’m a believer, which explores the work of artists like Andy Warhol, Thomas Bayrle, Ulrike Ottinger, and Hannsjörg Voth, pioneers…