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Since its opening in 2009, Museum Brandhorst has established itself as a central site for contemporary art in Germany. Behind the spectacular façade, comprising 36,000 ceramic louvres, you can experience and discover outstanding pieces of contemporary art!

Opening hours

We are open from 10:00 AM.

Daily except Monday: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday: 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Tickets can also be purchased at all München Ticket agencies.


2G-Plus evidence (Vaccinated or Recovered and an additional test certificate) is required to visit the museums in Bavaria. Please show a certificate for vaccination or recovery and a test (PCR or antigen) at the entrance. The PCR test must be no more than 48 hours old and the antigen test no more than 24 hours old. To avoid waiting times, we recommend booking an online ticket via München Ticket. You can find all information here: http://www.pinakothek.de/en/tickets


During your stay in the museum, the wearing of a FFP2 mask is mandatory. For children and young people from six to 15 years included, a medical mask is permitted; children under six years are exempt from the mask requirement. Children under the age of 12 years are exempt from the 2G-Plus regulation.


Please note that due to the current regulations, tickets can only be booked some days in advance. If your desired date is not yet available, please try again later.


Detailed information on ticket booking and hygiene regulations can be found here.


Opening hours on public holidays
Register Groups


Regular: 7.00 €
Reduced: 5.00 €
Sundays: 1.00 €


Please note that there is a booking fee when purchasing a ticket through München Ticket.

Annual Passes
Reduced admission
Free Admission

Audio guide (German | English)

Free of charge on weekdays | Sundays 4.50 € (free of charge for those aged 17 and younger)


All prices subject to change.



Map and Directions

Entrance to the museum:

Theresienstraße, corner of Türkenstraße


The best way to reach Museum Brandhorst is by public transport.




No. 27/No. 28: Pinakotheken (4 minutes on foot)



U2: Königsplatz (12 minutes on foot) or Theresienstraße (10 minutes on foot)

U3/U6: Odeonsplatz (12 minutes on foot) Universität (10 minutes on foot)




No. 154: Türkenstraße (5 minutes on foot)

No. 100: Maxvorstadt/Sammlung Brandhorst (toward Main Station) (1 minute on foot) or at Pinakotheken (coming from the Main Station) (4 minutes on foot)

No. 58: Maxvorstadt/Sammlung Brandhorst

No. 68: Maxvorstadt/Sammlung Brandhorst


Barrier-free access

Visitors with children are welcome to use the light strollers provided by the museum. Wheelchairs are also available for the disabled. Both are easy to maneuver in the galleries. Please ask at the information desk in the foyer.



There are 2 disabled parking spaces in front of the main entrance to Museum Brandhorst.



There are two elevators for visitors. The elevators provide access to all exhibition levels (lower level, ground floor, upper floor). Another elevator connects the entrance foyer (ground floor) with the cloakroom level (lower level).



Wheelchairs are available at the information desk upon request. It is of course possible to visit the exhibition galleries with the help of a wheelchair.



The museum provides restrooms for disabled visitors in three locations: on the upper level beyond the Lounge, on the lower floor near the cloakroom, and beside the media suite.


Lockers (deposit required: 1.00 € or 2.00 €) are available on the lower floor. A staffed cloakroom service is open on Sundays from October to April.


Visitors are kindly requested to leave bulky items such as umbrellas and larger prams here. To ensure the safety of the artworks, bags larger than a foolscap sheet of A4 paper must also be left in the cloakroom.


Bicycle trailers that double as prams are not allowed in the galleries, but may be stored in the cloakroom.


The Café is open during our regular opening hours.

House rules

In order to ensure a considerate treatment of exhibits and visitors, the following house rules apply.

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