European Painting and Sculpture of the 18th and 19th Centuries
The Neue Pinakothek offers an overview of European art from classicism to art nouveau. Its founder was King Ludwig I of Bavaria, who opened the museum in 1853 and had it built to house his privately financed collection of works by contemporary artists. Following the destruction of the museum during the Second World War and temporary exhibition of the collection in the Haus der Kunst, a new building, designed by architect Alexander von Branca, was opened in 1981. Thanks to expansion of the collection through endowments and purchases, the Neue Pinakothek is now the most important museum of art of the nineteenth century in the world.
The Neue Pinakothek offers an overview of European art from classicism to art nouveau. Temporary exhibitions offer an additional outlook on the 19th century.
10 Tons Hellas | Carl Rottmann's Cycle of Greek Landscapes
Citizens of Europe: Dutch and Flemish Artists in Munich c. 1600
Do you know the Land - Images of Italy from the Time of Goethe
A Century comes to an end
Rome 1846-1870 | James Anderson and the Painter-Photographers | Siegert Collection
Johann Georg Bergmueller (1688-1762) - The Drawings
Manet Face to Face. Le D√É¬©jeuner - Un bar aux Folies-Berg√É¬®re
Fritz Koenig - Kentauromachie - Drawings
Franz von Lenbach - Sunpaintings and Portraits
Ludwig Richter, The Painter
Carl Theodor von Piloty
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5,50 Euro | Concessions 4 Euro
Sunday admission 1 Euro
Audio-Guide on Sundays 4 Euro
Annual Ticket for all three Pinakothek museums
70 Euro | Concessions 40 Euro
Daily except TUE 10.00 - 18.00
WED 10.00 - 20.00
Closed Tuesdays, May 1st, Christmas Eve (24.12.),
Christmas Day (25.12.), New Year's Eve (31.12.)
Open Easter Monday (09.04.), Whit Monday (28.05)
You can reach the Pinakothek museums by
No 27: Stop "Pinakotheken"
U2 | U8: Stop "Theresienstra√üe "
U3 | U6: Stop "Odeonsplatz" or "Universit√§t"
or by bus No 154: Stop ‚ÄúSchellingstra√üe
A level access is on the corner of Barer Strasse and Theresienstrasse. A ramp leads down to this entrance which is next to the museum's restaurant.
Available in front of the Neue Pinakothek on Thersienstra√üe.
(Disabled parking pass required.)
There is one elevator. Access to all areas of the museum is ensured.
Chairs and Wheelchairs
Light, foldable chairs as well as wheelchairs are available. Please inquire at the information desk.
Restrooms for the handicapped are on the ground floor as well as in the basement.
The cloakroom is in the basement.
T +89 (0)89 23805 195
Publications of the Neue Pinakothek as well as postcards, posters or gift articles are available in our shop.
Daily except TUE 10.00 ‚Äď 17.00
WED 10.00 ‚Äď 20.00
Caf√© Greco in the Neuen Pinakothek
Daily 10.00 ‚Äď 24.00
CEDON shopping service:
Museum internal and external photos (5)
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Art appreciation of the Pinakothek museums ‚Äď
An active encounter with artworks
The department responsible for Visitor Services and Art Appreciation devises and organises guided theme tours, discussions on art, workshops and educational programmes designed to meet the interests of specific groups. In addition to these activities, we arrange museum tours for private groups and publish information.
The Pinakothek museums have their own special location for art appreciation: It is the Palais Pinakothek, which is situated at number 4 in the T√ľrkenstra√üe. This 3-storey building has rooms for workshops, seminars and other venues open to adults, children, young people and groups from social institutions.