Artist Exhibits

Indoor Tours

For rainy days, cold weather or when you want to see more from Munich, indoor tours are the perfect solution. Even in Summer a highlight for your visit.

The general duration of my tours in museums is 2 hours. If you want to read more details about those tours, just click on the image.

Indoor tours

Visit the Alte Pinakothek Munich with Paul

Alte Pinakothek Munich
Renaissance, Barock and famous master of art are waiting for you here

Over 700 paintings are exhibited in the active presentation in the Alte Pinakothek.

Follow me in a two-hour presentation. The basis from the art evolution from the Quattrocento until the Barock.

The highlight in my presentation here is the majestic painting of Mme. Pompadour.

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Visit the Deutsches Museum with Paul

Deutsches Museum
Science presented in an unforgettable kind

Deutsches Museum is the largest technology museum in the world. Founded in the year 1906, Oskar von Miller realized a dream here.

Germans are known for their technology and science. Follow me there, and I show you the world of tomorrow.

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Visit the Glyptothek Munich with Paul

Glyptothek
Do you know how many Gods from rivers existed once? I tell you this in my tours

The Glyptothek in the Königsplatz is the richest collection of Greek sculpture reopens in summer 2020.

This museum constructed in an ionic architecture is unique and completely dedicated to Greek Statues.

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Visit the Collections of Antiquities with Paul

Collection of Atntiquities
Pottery was never so interesting as here in this collection before

The Königsplatz offers many options for your visit, as the collection of Antiquities.

Small pottery, jewelry from early cultures and even some furniture.

This tour can be also combined with a drawing session.

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Bavarian National Museum

Five thousend square meters of wonders from German history

The Bavarian National Museum, founded in 1855 by King Maximilian II of Bavaria, was built in 1853 according to plans by the archive director Karl Maria Freiherr von Aretin.

The plan was to build a Wittelsbach museum. This shouldn’t be just a museum, but display the most interesting and patriotic monuments and other relics of a bygone era.

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