The Münchner Stadtmuseum is partially open for individual visitors.

On view are the special exhibitions "Paragons Afterimages. Photographs from the Berlin University of the Arts 1850-1930" and "Ready to go! Shoe-motion".
The permanent exhibition „Typically Munich!“ will be open from Tuesday, 14 July. The permanent exhibitions National Socialism in Munich, Music and Puppet Theater / Fairground Attractions will remain closed until further notice.

The cinema has restarted its screenings. The Munich Film Museum also continues to offer its online program.

Until further notice, we are not able to offer public tours or any kind of exhibition programme for groups at the Münchner Stadtmuseum. For questions, please contact us via e-mail: buchung.stadtmuseummuenchende.

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About the Münchner Stadtmuseum

The scale of this museum is only really evident from the air. The extensive site comprises two spacious interior courtyards that are framed by four unusually diverse buildings. The oldest of these, the historic armory built in 1500, faces St.-Jakobs-Platz. The collections annex, which was designed by Gustav Gsaenger at the end of the 1950s, extends to Rindermarkt; the medieval royal stables – which were reconstructed in 1977 – reach as far as Sebastiansplatz. Both in terms of its physical magnitude and the scope of its collections, it is Germany's largest municipal museum.

 

Film Museum – Cinema

With its special program of movie screenings, the Munich Film Museum has become a popular haunt for cinema aficionados. The program, which changes on a daily basis, features comprehensive retrospectives, selected premieres, and theme-related film series including both German and international productions. All of the films are screened in their original format and language (with subtitles available in English or German). Silent movies are frequently shown with live musical accompaniment. And directors, actors and other filmmakers often guest at podium discussions following the showings. The Film Museum is a regular venue for festivals such as Dok.fest. the Munich Film Festival, and the International Festival of Filmschools. Located in the former Royal Stables building of the Münchner Stadtmuseum, the Filmmuseum offers top sound and (digital) film technology, seating for 165, and a silver screen that is also suitable for 3D films.

 

To the Film Museum


Plan Your Visit

Opening hours

Tuesday – Sunday 10 am – 6 pm
Closed on Mondays

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Every 2nd Wednesday of the month selected exhibitions at the Münchner Stadtmuseum are open until 8 pm

Munich Film Museum Screenings
Tuesday – Sunday 8 pm
Screening times may change if the film exceeds standard duration

Getting here

S/U-Bahn station: Marienplatz
U-Bahn station: Sendlinger Tor
Bus 52/62 stop: St.-Jakobs-Platz

Contact

St.-Jakobs-Platz 1
80331 München
Phone +49-(0)89-233-22370
Fax +49-(0)89-233-25033
E-Mail stadtmuseummuenchende
E-Mail filmmuseummuenchende

Ticket reservation
Phone +49-(0)89-233-96450