The Brandhorst Museum in Munich

The Brandhorst Museum in Munich is located in the arts complex on the former site of the Türkenkaserne (Turkish barracks). The facade of the building is decorated with approximately 36,000 rectangular ceramic slats in 23 different colours. Visitors can expect to see, over an area of 3,200 m², a collection of modern and contemporary art, which is spread over three floors. It includes 700 works of art that have been collected by the couple Udo and Anette Brandhorst since 1973. If you stay at the Platzl Hotel near the Brandhorst Museum, you can join this special cultural experience with ease.

Overview: The Brandhorst Museum at the Platzl Hotel Munich tip

  • Location: site of the former Türkenkaserne (Turkish barracks)
  • Opened: May 21, 2009
  • Exhibition of Udo and Anette Brandhorst collection
  • Style: Modern and Contemporary Art
  • Exhibition space: 3,200 m²

Your route Platzl Hotel Munich - Brandhorst Museum Munich

The Brandhorst Museum Munich is about 20 minutes’ walk away from the Platzl Hotel Munich, or by using tram line 27 and getting off at the Pinakotheken stop in 10 minutes.