OpenWednesdayEvening!

Every 2nd Wednesday of the month selected exhibitions at the Münchner Stadtmuseum are open
until 8 p.m.. Evening ticket: € 3.50, including exhibitions and program.

Wednesday, May 10, 2017


until 08:00 p.m.

No secrets! – Images of Surveillance

Since Edward Snowden’s disclosures, no-one has been in any doubt about the existence of widespread digital surveillance and monitoring. However, it is not intelligence agencies alone that obtain data from our use of media technologies. Automated analysis of electronic processes, events and communications is also employed to interpret people’s behavior in the “Internet of Things” and the mind-blowing world of “Big Data”.


until 08:00 p.m.

National Socialism in Munich

The exhibition presents Munich as the launchpad for the National Socialist movement and the home of Party headquarters. Further themes include the city's art and festivals, and the way they were harnessed to make the Nazi regime more palatable to the public, and the city's role as a media location and a venue for arms manufacturing. Munich as a center of persecution and resistance is another focus.

Program

A number of special events will take place during the extended opening hours.
Please refer to the German program for details.