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BMW Welt

BMW Welt

Since it opened in 2007, BMW Welt has become one of Bavaria’s most popular tourist attractions. Over two million visitors flock here every year to experience the wide range of exhibitions, events, the children’s Junior Program and the guided tours. Through COVID-19, the generally known protective measures apply in all houses, which means, among other things, a distance regulation of at least 1.5 meters as well as compulsory masks. In addition, the total number of people who may stay in the building is limited. Further information is available at www.bmw-welt.com
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MUCA Museum of Urban and Contemporary Art

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. Due to COVID-19, new rules of hygiene and conduct apply. Please note: Maintain a safe distance of at least one and a half meters from other people. In addition, wearing a mouth-nose protection both on public transport and in all shops, museums, galleries, exhibitions, etc. is mandatory. It is also compulsory within the catering trade. Non-observance will be prosecuted under criminal law. Further information can be found at www.muca.eu
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Viktualienmarkt

Viktualienmarkt

The Viktualienmarkt is located in the heart of Munich and is the culinary centre of the city. Bakers, butchers, fishmongers, delicatessens and flower stands have made the market a Munich landmark for over 200 years. In addition, the beer garden and the maypole attract many visitors every day. COVID-19 introduces new rules of conduct. It is mandatory to wear a mouth-nose cover when shopping at all markets - no matter whether in or in front of the stalls. This obligation also applies when crossing or staying on the market areas (no touching of goods and persons on the market). Exceptions: At the Viktualienmarkt, however, there is no obligation to wear a mask when strolling or crossing the street, as a sufficient distance to the sales points can be maintained. If there is no mouth and nose cover available, a scarf or shawl can be tied in front of the mouth and nose. This applies to all market participants aged six years and older, i.e. traders, salesmen, customers and visitors to the market. Observance of the minimum distance of 1.5 metres to other people and compliance with the general rules of hygiene.
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Eisbachwelle

Eisbachwelle

Surfing in the middle of the city - the Eisbach wave is considered worldwide as the most constant, biggest and best river wave in the middle of a big city. For more than 40 years the surfers have been attracting numerous people. However, only absolute professionals should venture into the water here, because surfing is neither easy nor safe and therefore not suitable for beginners. The relaxation of the corona restrictions makes it possible: Surfing in the Eisbach is allowed again - but under strict hygiene conditions. As everywhere, a minimum distance of 1.5 metres between two people must be maintained, even in the queues for access to the water. Spectators are not allowed in the Eisbach for the time being.
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ESO Supernova Planetarium

ESO Supernova Planetarium

Right next to the headquarters of the European Southern Observatory (ESO) in Garching, the ESO Supernova Planetarium & Visitor Centre opened in May 2018. It is supposed to be a interactive learning centre for all age groups. The highlight is the ultra-modern planetarium with its 360-degree dome. A total of ten different guided tours are offered in German and English, on which visitors can find out more about science and the nature of the universe Please note the following: Due to COVID-19, the ESO Supernova Planetarium & Visitor Centre will be closed at least until 14 July 2020. For further information please visit supernova.eso.org
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Kreativquartier (creative quartier)

Kreativquartier (creative quartier)

Dieses Gelände steht für Diversität und Heterogenität. Das Stadtbild hier überrascht mit alten Industriebauten, bunten Graffiti, wild wuchernden Gärten und schafft so eine inspirierende Atmosphäre. Artists run their studios and open workshops as well as designers run their studios. Rehearsal and performance stages of the independent performing arts can be found as well as institutions and initiatives of artistic and cultural education. Sociology-ecological start-ups research and test alternative social models. Everywhere you can find performances, exhibitions, workshops or concerts. Their content, themes and aesthetics are rarely on the agenda in traditional Munich culture. This site stands for diversity and heterogeneity. The cityscape surprises with old industrial buildings, colorful graffiti, wild gardens and creates an inspiring atmosphere. Due to COVID-19 there are some changes in the exhibitions. Please inform yourself under www.kreativquartier-muenchen.de.
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Alte Pinakothek

Alte Pinakothek

The Alte Pinakothek is home to one of the world's most renowned collections of European paintings from the 14th to the 18th century. The displays include works by Dürer, Raffael, Leonardo, Tizian, El Greco, Rubens, Rembrandt, Boucher and others. Due to COVID-19, new rules of conduct and hygiene apply in museums. For visits to the old Pinakothek the usual rules of hygiene and distance apply. We kindly ask you to come to the museums with a mouth-and-nose protection and to wear it during the whole visit. Further information can be found at www.pinakothek.de
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Pinakothek der Moderne

Pinakothek der Moderne

Four museums under one roof: The Sammlung Moderne Kunst, the Neue Sammlung - The International Design Museum Munich, the Architekturmuseum der TU München and the Staatliche Graphische Sammlung München. Due to COVID-19, new rules of conduct and hygiene apply in museums. Keep a safe distance of at least one and a half meters from other people. In addition, wearing a mouth-and-nose protector on public transport as well as in all shops, museums, galleries, exhibitions, etc. is mandatory. It is also compulsory within the catering trade. Non-observance will be prosecuted under criminal law. Further information can be found at www.pinakothek-der-moderne.de
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Museum Brandhorst

Museum Brandhorst

The Brandhorst collection comprises more than 1,000 works by path-breaking artists of the 20th and 21st centuries such as Cy Twombly, Andy Warhol, Sigmar Polke, Damien Hirst and Mike Kelley. The museum also displays current video installations. Due to COVID-19, new rules of conduct and hygiene apply in museums. Keep a safe distance of at least one and a half meters from other people. In addition, wearing a mouth-and-nose protector on public transport as well as in all shops, museums, galleries, exhibitions, etc. is mandatory. It is also compulsory within the catering trade. Non-observance will be prosecuted under criminal law. Further information can be found at www.museum-brandhorst.de
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Haus der Kunst

Haus der Kunst

The Haus der Kunst is an internationally leading center for contemporary art featuring an interdisciplinary program. Every year the gallery presents about ten exhibitions of new talents and established artists. Since 2011 a selection of video art from the Goetz Collection has been shown in several displays in the former air raid shelter. In addition to exhibitions and evenbts, great store is set by research, study and dissemination of knowledge. Due to COVID-19, new rules of conduct and hygiene apply in museums. Keep a safe distance of at least one and a half meters from other people. In addition, wearing a mouth-and-nose protector on public transport as well as in all museum exhibitions, etc. is now mandatory. compulsory. You can find more information on this at www.hausderkunst.de
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Lenbachhaus

Lenbachhaus

The Städtische Galerie in Lenbachhaus has a unique collection about the 'Blue Rider' artist group. In addition to artworks from the 19th century, the museum also exhibits art from the period after 1945. Due to COVID-19, new rules of conduct and hygiene apply in museums. Keep a safe distance of at least one and a half meters from other people. In addition, wearing a mouth-and-nose protector on public transport as well as in all museum exhibitions, etc. is now mandatory. compulsory. You can find more information on this at www.lenbachhaus.de
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BMW Museum

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. Due to COVID-19, new rules of conduct and hygiene apply in museums. Keep a safe distance of at least one and a half meters from other people. In addition, wearing a mouth-and-nose protector on public transport as well as in all museum exhibitions, etc. is now mandatory. compulsory. You can find more information on this at www.bmw-welt.com
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Allianz Arena & FC Bayern Experience Centre

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. Due to COVID-19, new rules of conduct and hygiene apply in museums. Keep a safe distance of at least one and a half meters from other people. In addition, wearing a mouth and nose protector (for children from their sixth birthday onwards) is mandatory on public transport and in all museum exhibitions, etc. compulsory. You can find more information on this at www.allianz-arena.com
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Schloss Nymphenburg

Schloss Nymphenburg

The impressive Baroque palace to the west of Munich was built as summer residence for the Bavarian Electors. The main building now houses a museum. In its large park there is a number of smaller buildings and pavilions and an exotic greenhouse with a café. Ludwig II, the “Fairytale” King was born in the Nymphenburg Castle his most famous castle, Neuschwanstein, is nestled in the dramatic foothills of the Alps and makes for an excellent daytrip. Due to COVID-19, new rules of conduct and hygiene apply in museums. Keep a safe distance of at least one and a half meters from other people. In addition, wearing a mouth and nose protector (for children from their sixth birthday onwards) is mandatory on public transport and in all museum exhibitions, etc. compulsory. Schloss Nymphenburg and the Marstallmuseum with the "Nymphenburg Porcelain" museum are open to visitors again (the number of visitors is limited, however). Unfortunately, guided tours and group visits are currently not possible. Further information can be found at www.schloss-nymphenburg.de.
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