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Franz Marc Museum, 25 km entfernt

Franz Marc Museum Kochel

Sightseeing: Museum

The Franz Marc Museum in Kochel was founded in 1986 to honour life and work of this significant 20th century artist. The museum, which is situated above the lake Kochelsee, became a pilgrimage site for art lovers within few years. Renovation and expansion from 2007 to June 2008 gave space to a new museum with an exhibition area of more than 700sq.m. in addition to the former mansion, where the museum was placed before.

Opening hours:

Tuesday – Sunday and feast days:
April – October 10am – 6pm
November – March 10am – 5pm
closed on December 24th and 31st

Guided tours:

No registration needed for single visitors!
Saturday 2pm – dialogic image review 8,50 EUR (plus admission)
Sunday 2pm – guided tour of the exhibition 5,00 EUR (plus admission)

tickets:  
adults regular 7,50 EUR
adults incl. audio guide 11,00 EUR
children up to 6 years 0,00 EUR
children/teenagers 7-16 years 3,50 EUR
children audio guide 0,00 EUR
family ticket (parents and children) 17,00 EUR

http://www.franz-marc-museum.de

distance: 20 km
travel time: 25 min
Art of the “Blaue Reiter” ( Blue Rider ) and “Brücke” ( Bridge )

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Das Muenter Haus in Murnau

Münter-Haus

Sightseeing: Museum

In this house, also known as the “Russenhaus” (Russian house), Gabriele Münter (1877 – 1962) and Wassily Kandinsky (1866 – 1944) lived in the summer months of 1909 to 1914. Here, works and ideas were developed which became famous as the art of the “Blauer Reiter” (“Blue Rider”).

With its staircase and furniture painted by Wassily Kandinsky the Münter-Haus also bears witness to the significant influence the Bavarian folk art had on the artistic development of its inhabitants.

Gabriele Münter lived with Wassily Kandinsky till 1914, and later with her partner Johannes Eichner (1886 – 1958) in this house until her death in 1962. A major part of Kandinsky`s early works survived the events of the Hitler regime and World War II in the cellar of the house, and is today the most important collection of the State Gallery in the Lenbachhaus in Munich.

After extensive renovation in 1998/99, the Münter-Haus is now open to the public. It was the artist`s expressed wish that her house would become a place of memory of her and Kandinsky`s art.

Gabriele Münter who, by her painting, holds an outstanding position in 20th century art, has furthermore contributed invaluably to art history by her unique donation of works of the “Blue Rider” to the State Gallery in the Lenbachhaus in Munich.

The Münter-Haus is a memorial to her and Kandinsky, since here they embarked on new, far-reaching paths of the arts.

opening hours:

Tue – Sun, 2pm – 5pm

distance: 35 km
travel time: 40 min

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Walchenseekraftwerk mit Ausstellung, 20 km entfernt

Walchenseekraftwerk

Sightseeing: Museum

It was Oskar von Miller, who turned his vision of ‘electrifying’ Bavaria and Bavarian trains into reality with the construction of the Walchensee power plant. On June 21, 1918, the Bavarian parliament passed a resolution to build the power station. January 24, 1924, saw the first turbine rotate. The Walchensee power plant remains one of Germany’s largest storage power stations to this day.

Lake Walchen is fed water from the Isar and Rißbach rivers. The Niedernach (1951) and Obernach (1955) run-of-river power plants were erected at these two feeders. Water from Lake Walchen charges through 450 meters of high-pressure pipes onto the Walchensee power station’s turbines. From here, it flows into Lake Kochel.

distance: 15 km
travel time: 20 min

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Freilichtmuseum Glentleiten

Freilichtmuseum Glentleiten

Sightseeing: Museum

The Glentleiten Open Air Museum is the largest of its kind in Southern Bavaria. It provides detailed insight into the everyday life of the people of Upper Bavaria, their construction and building culture and their working environment.

More than 60 original buildings have been conserved and translocated together with their equipment to be restored in the midst of a landscape cultivated to conform to historic patterns.

On the widely spread terrain of the museum you will find a variety of gardens, forests and meadows with ancient animal species, with spectacular views of the mountains and lakes of Upper Bavaria to be expected everywhere.

Opening hours:

…from St. Joseph’s Day to St. Martin’s Day

March 19th to November 11th

Tuesday to Sunday: 9 am – 6 pm
From October 30 (change to daylight saving time): 9 am – 5 pm

On bank holidays and Church Anniversary the museum will be open also on Mondays.

In winter the open air museum is closed.

Admission:

EUR  7,00     adults
EUR 14,00    family ticket ( 2 adults with own children up to 15 years of age )
EUR  5,00     groups of at least 15 persons (per person)

http://www.glentleiten.de

distance: 35 km
travel time: 40 min

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