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August Macke, Mädchen unter Bäumen, 1914
© Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen, Pinakothek der Moderne, München

Information

During the exhibition „Paul Klee. Construction of Mystery” (01 March–10 June 2018)  selected masterpieces from our Collection of Modern Art will be exhibited in Gallery 11 and 13.

We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for your understanding.

Booking Tours

We are happy to arrange guides for you for private tours. You can choose between a variety of different themes, general tours and tours of special exhibitions.

Please use our request form to book a guided tour and send it to our visitor service.

(Please also register larger groups, even if you do not wish to book a guided tour.)

You can find more information about the tours or the booking process here.

Your tour request will be considered binding upon receipt of the request form and processed accordingly. Please notice that we need your reservation 5 weekdays in advance. We regret that we cannot guarantee the availability of any times requested – particularly in the case of special exhibitions. If a time is no longer available, an alternative will be suggested. You should expect a response to your request within one week.

GENERAL INFORMATION:

Starting time
earliest possible beginning 10.15 a.m., last tour starts two hours before closing

Meeting point
At the information desk in the respective museum

Duration
90 minutes

Participants
max. 25 persons

Prices
Weekdays and saturdays

German 110 Euro | Other languages 120 Euro (plus admission)
Sundays and holidays
German 135 Euro | Other languages 145 Euro (plus admission)

All guides work on a freelance basis and are generally paid in cash at the end of the tour. Please note that 19% VAT will be added to guides’ fees for tours for companies.

Thank you. We are looking forward to your visit and wish you a pleasant stay in our museum!

Contact Visitor Services | Art Education
Barer Straße 29, 80799 München
T +49 (0)89 23805-284
F +49 (0)89 23805-251
booking@pinakothek.de

Guided Tours

We would be pleased to develop a tour designed to meet your needs.

GUIDED TOURS IN THE ALTE PINAKOTHEK

General Tours:

  • Highlights of the Alte Pinakothek
  • Cabinet Tour

Thematic Tours:

  • The Alte Pinakothek through biographies
  • Rubens und Rembrandt: Great Masters
  • More than Murillo. Spanish Baroque
  • Street urchins and mistresses. Spanish and French painting
  • Grand tour through the Italian art of Florence, Venice, Rome (beginning autumn 2018)
  • Innovations in Painting between the Middle Ages and the Renaissance – Color-Space-Nature (beginning autumn 2018)

Please find further information about the tours here (PDF).

 

guided tours in the neue pinakothek

General Tours:

  • Highlights of the Neue Pinakothek
    At the Neue Pinakothek you get a different, multifaceted look at the 19th century and the emergence of Modern Art. We will provide you with an overview of the major works from Neoclassicism to Art Nouveau.

Thematic Tours:

  • Ludwig I and the First Museum for Contemporary Art
  • Umbrellas, Bowler Hats, Etc. The Neue Pinakothek through biographies
  • Moving into the Modern – Forerunners of 20th Century Art in the Neue Pinakothek
  • Pictorial Worlds of Romanticism. Caspar David Friedrich and more
  • European Tour. Painters, Places and Ideas
  • Landscapes - Idyllic Views, Romantic Outlooks and Realistic Open-air Scenes

Please find further information about the tours here (PDF).

 

GUIDED TOURS IN THE Pinakothek der moderne

General Tours:

  • Highlights: The Pinakothek der Moderne - Four Museums
    This tour gives a brief introduction to the concept of the museum and its architecture with focus on the highlights of the collections.
  • Highlights: The International Design Museum Munich – Die Neue Sammlung
    The Neue Sammlung was the world’s first "Design Museum" long before the term came into use. It grew out of the Deutsche Werkbund, which was founded in Munich in 1907.
  • Sammlung Moderne Kunst (modern art collection)
  • The International Design Museum Munich – Die Neue Sammlung (design)
  • Staatliche Graphische Sammlung München (graphic art)
  • Architekturmuseum der Technischen Universität München (architecture)

Thematic Tours:

  • Masterpieces of Classical Modern Art
  • Warhol, Beuys and the international development of art after the Second World War
  • Contemporary Works

Please find further information about the tours here (PDF).

 

GUIDED TOURS IN MUSEUM BRANDHORST

General Tours:

  • Highlights of Museum Brandhorst
  • Cy Twombly – In the Studio

 

Guided Tours at Sammlung Schack

General Tours:

  • Highlights of Sammlung Schack

Orientation and BArrier-free accessibility

ALTE PINAKOTHEK

Access to museum
Barrier-free access at the main entrance.

Parking 
On the north side of the Alte Pinakothek. Access from Arcis- and Barerstrasse. 
Please ring at the gate and show your disabled parking permit.

Lifts 
The museum has four lifts. Access to all galleries is guaranteed.

Seating and wheelchairs 
Light, portable folding chairs and two wheelchairs are available. Please inquire at the information desk.

Restrooms 
Restrooms for the disabled are on the ground floor.

Cloakroom 
The cloakroom is on the ground floor.

Guard dogs
Guard dogs and seizure response dogs are permitted in the museum, if they bear adequate identification.

Information 
+49 (0)89 23805-216
 

NEUE PINAKOTHEK

Access to museum
Barrier-free access from Barer Strasse /corner of Theresienstrasse. A ramp leads down to Restaurant Hunsinger, next to which is the entrance to the museum.

Parking
In front of the main entrance to the Neue Pinakothek on Theresienstrasse are three designated parking spots (disabled parking permit required). 

Lifts
One lift is available. Access to all galleries is guaranteed.

Seating and wheelchairs
Light, portable folding chairs and two wheelchairs are available at the information desk. 

Restrooms
Restrooms for the disabled are on the ground floor and basement. 

Cloakroom
The cloakroom is in the basement.

Information
+49 (0)89 23805-195
 

PINAKOTHEK DER MODERNE

Access to museum
Barrier-free access from Barer Strasse; alternative access from Gabelsbergerstrasse / corner Türkenstrasse.

Parking
Personnel parking area Gabelsbergerstrasse; Please ring at the gate and show your disabled parking permit.

Lifts
The museum has two lifts that allow access to all galleries.
One lift is located in the rotunda near the museum shop. The lift provides access to the basement, where the cloakroom and restrooms for the disabled are located, as well as to the galleries located on the upper floor.
Another lift is located at the Barer Strasse entrance. This lift only providesd access to the basement and design collection. This lift is also only operated by personnel. Please inquire at the information desk.

Seating and wheelchairs
Light, portable folding chairs and two wheelchairs are available at the information desk.

Restrooms
Restrooms for the disabled are located only in the basement.

Cloakroom
The cloakroom is also in the basement. Spacious closets are available for school classes. The key is available at the cloakroom.

Guard dogs
Guard dogs and seizure response dogs are permitted in the museum, if they bear adequate identification.

Tactile map
Tactile orientation map for blind and visually impaired people is available at the information desk.

Information
+49 (0)89 23805-360

 

SAMMLUNG SCHACK

The Sammlung Schack with its approximately 150 paintings exhibited over three floors, unfortunately is not accessible to people with disabilities. This concerns both the access to the building via the staircase at the main entrance and the interior access to the three exhibition levels. In order to overcome this shortcoming, the Munich State Building Authority I (Staatliches Bauamt München I) has drawn up a preliminary design, which provides for the installation of a lift system and barrier-free access to the service rooms. The costs are foreseen in the budget for 2017/18. A decision on this is still pending. We apologize for any inconvenience.

 

MUSEUM BRANDHORST

Museum Entrance
Theresienstrasse/ corner of Türkenstrasse

Parking
Two parking spaces for disabled visitors are provided in front of the main entrance of the Museum Brandhorst.

Elevators
There are two passenger elevators. These elevators provide access to all exhibition levels (-1, 0, 1). Another elevator connects the entrance foyer (0) with the cloakroom level (-1).

Wheelchairs
Wheelchairs are available from the information desk on request.

Restrooms
The Museum Brandhorst provides restrooms for disabled visitors in three locations throughout the building: on the upper level beyond the Lounge gallery, on the lower floor near the cloakroom as well as next to the media suite.

Information
+49 (0)89 23805 2286