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The famous art museum is well worth a trip to Munich if you want to see European Art: Dürer, Schongauer, Botticelli, Rafael, Rubens, van Dyck, Rembrandt, Boucher, and all the other big names before ca. 1760 A. D. (More recent artists are displayed in other Munich museums of same renown.) The Museum has been thouroghouly renovated for several years and recently reopened. For this reason, they have many curious visitors comming and it is recommend been there at the opening at 10 A.M.
Extra bonus: the layout of the very large, over 260 year old museum is simple and visitors easily find the sections they are interested in.

Thank Hans M
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The layout makes the museum easy to walk through...its huge. wish more translations in English though...Sundays entrance are discounted so very worth visiting on sundays.

Thank Faith F
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Some galleries were closed and we had to wander from one side to the other to see what was open. not as good or as well organised as the Neu Pinakotek across the park. This museum filled in the gaps we noted in the Dresden gallery as it had paintings by Leonardo da Vinci, Botticelli, Titian, Tintoretto, Hans Hals, Tiepolo and some French Masters. Still it filled the morning and was probably worthwhile.

Thank Rex06
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It is a very good program for a weekend. On Sundays, the ticket cost only 1 Euro. Prepare to pass one whole day there. Magnificent artwork. Great collection.

Thank Marcone A
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This museum has a fantastic collection of art, mostly German but not only, there is a room of Rubens, one of van Dyck, Canaletto.... and a terrific copy of the Mona Lisa in better condition than the original in the Louvre. Plan a couple of hours to get something out of your visit.
ps Come on Sunday, Entrance is a symbolic 1 euro, incredible value!

Thank Peter S
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We only had the time to visit the permanent exhibition, so if you opt for the visit, do take the whole day. Waiting lines seem daunting at first but they actually moved quite fast so expect ten minutes or so and make sure you know which ticket you want to purchase. We spoke German but the guy at the counter was a bit stressed out and didn't want to help much so make sure to study the offer online beforehand. We decided spontaneously and kinda last minute to visit the place so we basically walked through the 1-euro permanent exhibition hall but even that was well worth it. The permanent exhibition contained some amazing pieces by the Italian classics and classical themes from the Bible and the Classical Antiquity, a.k.a. the usual stuff but it was a welcome change from the Octoberfest atmosphere of the rest of the city. When I visit again, I will definitely come back to exlplore the place more thoroughly.

Thank sch0ren
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Beautiful and vast collection of various old (and very old) paintings. Enormously satisfying but also quite tiresome - long halls, high walls, avalanche of information and emotions!

Thank Yury R
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Alte Pinakothek exhibits paintings from the 14th till the 18th century. It´s a large exhibition where you can spend several hours. Worth every minutes.

Thank Greg D
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Reviewed 29 September 2018

Alte Pinakothek is great place to spend the afternoon and watch the art collection of south germany its not that crowded

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Reviewed 28 September 2018

A wonderful place to spend 2-3 hours (with a good tea-room for a break). Almost every item is a masterpiece and moving from room to room chronologically gives you a fantastic education in how the art and culture evolved.

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