Munich's Neue Pinakothek is considered to be one of the world's greatest collections of 19th century European art and houses numerous famous masterpieces.
The Neue Pinakothek is an art museum showcasing 18th and 19th century European art, home to any number of world-famous masterpieces. It is part of Munich's Kunstareal, or "Art District", which comprises the Alte Pinakothek (14th to 18th century art), the Pinakothek der Moderne and Brandhorst Museum (both contemporary art) and the Schackgalerie, or Sammlung Schack (19th century German art).
As of 31 December 2018, the Neue Pinakothek is closed for refurbishment. From summer 2019, a selection of masterpieces of 19th-century art will be shown from the summer of 2019 onwards on the ground floor of the Alte Pinakothek (East Wing) and in the Sammlung Schack.
Wednesday to Monday: 10 am to 6 pm (Wednesdays until 8 pm)
Adults: € 7 (US$ 7.60).
Concessions: € 5 (US$ 5.40).
Sundays: € 1 (US$ 1.10).
Tram: Pinakotheken, line 27.
U-Bahn: Königsplatz or Theresienstrasse, line U2; Odeonsplatz or Universität, lines U3 and U6.
Bus: lines 100 and 154.
Alte Pinakothek (186 m) Pinakothek der Moderne (275 m) Brandhorst Museum (301 m) Glyptothek Munich (543 m) Theatinerkirche (969 m)