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Science Museum
“The Deutsches Museum (German Museum) is one of the oldest and largest science and technology museums in the world. There are 17,000 artifacts taking visitors from early developments like the first automobile to the laboratory bench where the atom was first split.”
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Science Museum
“The Deutsches Museum is the largest museum of technology in the world Every year, nearly 1.5 million visitors immerse themselves in around 50 topics ranging from astrophysics to cell biology. Live experiments make science come alive for everyone. Currently, the museum is being made fit for the future, so not all departments are accessible. But there is always a lot to discover.”
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Palace
“Don’t miss to visit the Residenz, one of the most beautiful historic buildings in Munich. Also try to get a ticket for the Residenz theatre, it is famous!”
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Science Museum
“Artificial lightning, a replica of a mineshaft and the star show in the planetarium. In the more than 30 exhibitions covering 25,000 square metres of floor space, you’ll find a wealth of masterpieces of science and technology. ”
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Listasafn
“From April 13th - August 27th you can see the exhibition of Peter Lindberg.”
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History Museum
“Lovely and revealing museum with a quirky shop and a well-known Café attached. Must see!”
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Ráðhús
“watch the Glockenspiel at 11am and take the elevator to have a great view over Munich”
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Museum
“Das Jüdische Museum München ist Teil des Jüdischen Zentrums am St.-Jakobs-Platz, zusammen mit der Synagoge und der Israelitischen Kultusgemeinde. Das Konzept des Hauses soll ein Bild von der Vielfalt jüdischer Geschichte, Kunst und Kultur bis in die Gegenwart hinein vermitteln – mit Blick auf den Holocaust, doch ohne ihn ins alleinige Zentrum zu rücken. *** ENGLISH VERSION *** Jewish Museum Munich In 1928, a group of individuals interested in Jewish history and culture gathered for the first time with the intent of creating a Jewish museum in Munich. The project lay dormant until it was revived almost two decades after the Shoah, by Hans Lamm, longtime head of the Jewish community. Though Lamm was not able to realize the goal of creating the museum, the ambitious efforts of a private gallery owner in the 1980s gave the project its decisive momentum. It is thanks to this individual, Richard Grimm, that the Jewish Museum is existing. Grimm decided to open a private Jewish museum in a small space on Maximilianstraße, measuring little more than 300 square feet and despite these cramped quarters, the collection soon enjoyed enormous popularity. As a rare source of Jewish history and culture in Munich, Grimm’s highly frequented museum made the need for a larger, public institution apparent. When the temporary museum closed for financial reasons ten years later, the Jewish community took in the Grimm Collection and arranged for a provisional exhibition space at Reichenbachstraße 27. In recent years, the Museum of the City of Munich presented exhibitions and events there in collaboration with the City Archives, ending in the spring of 2006. The opportunity for creating a Jewish Museum as a municipal project finally presented itself when the Jewish community decided to build its new main synagogue and community center at St.-Jakobs-Platz. Even as it opened in 2007, the Jewish Museum Munich looked back on a long, colorful prehistory. Its collection is not a systematic one, governed instead by the fragmentary nature of its Jewish history holdings and by a chance assembly of objects. The Jewish Museum takes advantage of the resulting avenues of possibility by presenting temporary and changing exhibitions. Our goal is to function as a flexible and dynamic forum where a variety of themes can be explored. On our three exhibition floors, visitors gain a world of insights into Jewish life and culture in Munich. A special section geared towards young as well as adult audiences provides in-depth information on Jewish history and religion. On each gallery floor there will be a study area – Learning Center or Library – where visitors can explore issues of interest and find answers to their questions. ”
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Museum
“Oldest Building in Munich which survived the City-Fire long time ago. Great Homemade Beer from the still and ONLY private owed brewery Augustiner...”
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Museum
“gibt einen Einblick in das kuriose Leben und Schaffen von Karl Valentin, dem Vorbild von Gerhard Polt.”
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Vettvangur fyrir sviðslistir
“Im Literaturhaus gibt es einen guten Mittagstisch. Wenn man Glück hat, kann man noch eine spannende Ausstellung obendrauf anschauen.”
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Science Museum
“The Deutsches Museum (German Museum) is one of the oldest and largest science and technology museums in the world. There are 17,000 artifacts taking visitors from early developments like the first automobile to the laboratory bench where the atom was first split.”
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Museum
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Listasafn
“Hier sind oft spannende Ausstellungen zu sehen, mitten in der Fußgängerzone.”
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Museum
“They always have very interesting exhibitions. Check out their website whats up right now!”
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