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MUCA Museum of Urban and Contemporary Art

Street art as a form of art of the 21st century is rightly considered as a global celebrated phenomenon, nevertheless street art hasn't arrived enough in the art discourse. The newly build Museum of Urban and Contemporary Art (MUCA) wants t o make a change by enrolling street art into art history and by building a bridge between the international art scene, artists and the public. The idea of MUCA is to bring art and its people together to a place of self-reflection, with the main question of what a visionary museum stands for.
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BMW Museum

Built in 1973 near the BMW tower on Petuelring, the BMW museum set new benchmarks with its timeless architecture and is now world-renowned. After extensive refurbishing, the museum reopened in June 2008, with a new design based on a novel concept. Historical vehicles and a wide range of themes, such as the company’s history, technology, motorbikes, model ranges, as well as architecture, design and media design come together to create a unique brand experience and an unprecedented exhibition ensemble. BMW recently opened the BMW World, which complements the company’s state-of-the art museum.
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Allianz Arena & FC Bayern Experience Centre

The futuristic stadium is home to Munich’s two leading clubs, FC Bayern and TSV 1860. Apart from matchdays it has also become a must-see attraction for every visitor to the city. Take a guided Arena Tour of this extraordinary stadium for a unique glimpse behind the scenes including the players’ tunnel and the dressing rooms. At the FC Bayern Erlebniswelt, Germany’s biggest club museum, the history of one of Europe's most famous and successful clubs comes to life via a captivating blend of information and emotionally-charged stories.
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Die Residenz

The extensive complex was the home of the Wittelsbach dynasty until 1918 and is one of Europe’s most prestigious palaces. The building houses the Residenz museum and the Schatzkammer (Treasure Chamber). The perfect place for children to relive four centuries of royal culture. Don’t miss Hofgarten park on the Odeonsplatz near the Residenz. It is one of the finest Renaissance gardens north of the Alps, and a peaceful oasis commanding a splendid view of the Theatinerkirche.
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Deutsches Museum

The world’s largest museum of technology and science on the Isar River in Munich. You can find everything here from mining techniques to astronomy, with lots of original historic artefacts such as the first diesel engine. Large test workshop and tours for children. There are two annexes: one in Schleissheim to the north of Munich devoted to airplanes, and one at the Theresienhöhe exhibiting all kinds of land transportation. The latest addition to the main museum is the ZNT, Center for New Technologies featuring Nano- and Biotechnologies.
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