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The Stadtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus was established in the former residence of the artist Franz von Lenbach and is most known for its world-class and unique collection of works by the artists of The Blue Rider, such as Franz Marc, Wassily...more
All reviews blaue reiter franz marc modern art german art excellent collection historic rooms large collection art lovers audio guide permanent collection small museum great museum entrance fee well worth the visit on display couple of hours klee
I have visited Munich probably 20 or 30 times but in all the times I've been in the capital of Bavaria I've never visited the Lenbachhaus. Recently a member of the staff at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, recommended that I visit this small...More
A great place for modern and contemporary art lovers. They have an excellent collection of early 20th century art: Blue Rider, a lot of Kandinsky, a whole room of Paul Klee. But they also host temporary exhibitions of local living artists and rethink their 19th...More
As I am a great fan of the Blue Rider expressionistic group, this museum has been a great target for me. The museum shows one complete floor of works of those, in particular Franz Marc and Vassily Kandinsky. The museum visit was a great experience...More
Highly recommend this gallery. Excellent collection of Bleue Rieter works and beautifully presented and curated floors. The old studio of Lenbach is inside. He must have been v successful to have had such a palatial home!
The Lenbach House is an interesting building in its own right but the real reason for visiting it is its unrivalled collection of superb works by Blaue Reiter artists of the early 20th century: Kandinsky, Klee, Jawlensky, Marc, Macke etc.
For understanding the history of modern art , Lenbachhaus is there to help us...this museum has 19th century art as well as early 20th century art. Kandisky, Jawlensky, Munter to name a few... It is palace of inspiration...
Very interesting museum well worth the visit. One word of advice - the first floor (at least during our visit) not worth going through - explanations are all in German and the folder they have available with explanations in English is not very helpful. Go...More
Response from Lenbachhaus | Property representative |
Dear Molliefootitt, we do not have a reduced admission of 1 Euro on Saturdays. However we do have a reduced admission of 5 Euro and our annual card costs 20 Euros, reduced 10 Euros. Looking forward to your visit!