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Valentin Musaum

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Interesting cultural museum

This museum which we found by chance is located in 2 towers. The history of 2 very well known... read more

Reviewed 9 April 2018
Julia G
If you like the Bavarian predecessor of Monty Python, this is where he is celebrated

The museum is great, it is a lot of fun but it also shows the cultural background of Valentin and... read more

Reviewed 22 March 2017
Peter H
Flensburg, Germany
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9 Apr 2018
“Interesting cultural museum”
6 Nov 2017
“For German speaking visitors only, - OR Stop Bavarian speaking I wanted to say!”
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Reviewed 9 April 2018

This museum which we found by chance is located in 2 towers. The history of 2 very well known Bavarian comedians, with lots of photographs posters and videos. Narrow staircases that wind up the towers with funny little figures at intervals add a sense of...More

Thank Julia G
Reviewed 7 November 2017

One of Bavarians oldest celebrated Comedian. Worth the while for anyone speaking the language well enough. The little Restaurant at the Top of the Tower offers a rustic environment and basic Bavarian 'Brotzeit'.

Reviewed 30 March 2017

The small museum is possibly fantastic for Germans, who know the guy, but for others it is not that interesting. It is quiet small, and you get a 1 cent Euro when you pay for the entrance. Some sort of joke apparently. On th etop...More

1  Thank Morten R
Reviewed 22 March 2017

The museum is great, it is a lot of fun but it also shows the cultural background of Valentin and Karlstadt. The objects give a vivid impression, the location (Isartor) is cool, and the cafe at the top (Turmstüberl) is really nice and should be...More

Thank Peter H
Reviewed 5 November 2016

Karl Valentin is the father of German humor, so to say. This small museum visualizes many of his phrases and is a must for all his fans. It might be helpful to understand German, but even just to see the facility and have a coffee...More

Thank Johannes H
Reviewed 2 May 2016

This is a museum which keeps a lot of memorabilia of a famed Munich actor and comedian Karl Valentin who passed away in 1948. He had performed profusely as a travelling humorist and comedian and later paired up with Liesl Karlstadt. His comedies sold the...More

1  Thank Ricky Y
Reviewed 19 April 2016

Although this museum is entirely German it has a great atmosphere and this was my second visit. I just enjoy the vast amount of memorabilia and came away wanting to learn more which is always the whole point of these specialist museums. I highly recommend...More

Thank AnnaDominica
Reviewed 17 February 2016

This museum about a German comedian is a fun place to go to. Definitely worth a visit if your German is good enough. If not, you might enjoy the Turmstüberl - one of the most original places in Munich. Have a beer, coffee, cake or...More

Thank Caver13
Reviewed 9 September 2015

It can be funny when you go there with friends and speak German, as there are a lot of displays depending on "wordplays".

Thank GabrieleSchneider
Reviewed 3 March 2015

Very typical Bavarian - for Munich really - but such a unique place to see. If you understand German, see this museum and get a better understanding of the German sense of humor. You thought the Germans don't have a sense of humor? Maybe you...More

Thank Ice-T5
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