Opening hours

 

Daily 10 am–8 pm
(also on bank holidays)

 

EXCEPTIONS
Each 3rd wednesday of the month
during AfterworkKH the exhibition
remains open until 10 pm.

How to find us

 

Kunsthalle der Hypo-Kulturstiftung
Theatinerstrasse 8
(in the Fünf Höfe)
80333 München
T +49 (0)89 / 22 44 12
kontakt@kunsthalle-muc.de

Access

Information

Opening hours

Closed for reinstallation until Feb 2, 2023.

Daily 10 am–8 pm

EXCEPTIONS

Each 3rd Wednesday of the month, the exhibition is open during AfterworkKH until 10 pm.

Special Opening hours for school classes

In addition to the regular opening hours, from 9 am to 10 am on Wednesdays. By appointment only at T +49 (0)89 / 22 44 12 or kontakt@kunsthalle-muc.de.

Admission fees

Standard: € 16

Senior citizens (≥60): € 14

Children (≤18 years): € 2

Children under 6: free of charge

Pupils (>18 years), students and apprentices (<30 years) and unemployed: [nobr]€ 8

People with disabilities (50%–90%): € 8

People with disabilities (100%): free of charge

School groups: € 2 per pupil; by appointment only: kontakt@kunsthalle-muc.de

Family Pass: 2 adults and their (grand-)children: € 20
(the children have to be present)

On Tuesdays 50% discount on all admission fees.

Tickets available at the ticket desk at the Kunsthalle and online.

Free tickets for refugees are available at: Bellevue di Monaco, Munich Refugee Council

Contact

KUNSTHALLE
DER HYPO-KULTURSTIFTUNG

Theatinerstrasse 8
80333 Munich
Germany

T + 49 (0)89 / 22 44 12 (on working days 10 am– 3pm)

kontakt@kunsthalle-muc.de

Do you have any questions or suggestions?
Please write to:
mail@kunsthalle-muc.de
or to:
Kunsthalle der Hypo-Kulturstiftung, Theatinerstrasse 8, 80333 Munich
We appreciate your interest in our exhibitions and are looking forward to your feedback!

Access

Public Transport

U-Bahn (metro)
U3/U4/U5/U6 to Odeonsplatz
U3/U6 to Marienplatz

S-Bahn (suburban trains)
All lines to Marienplatz

Tram
Nr 19/21 to Theatinerstrasse

Bus
Nr 100 to Odeonsplatz

To the online MVV Timetable

Multi-storey car parks

Underground car park at the Opera, Max-Joseph-Platz 4
Multi-storey car park at Salvatorplatz, Salvatorplatz 1

Disabled parking

Prannerstrasse 7
Salvatorplatz 2

Taxi ranks

Promenadeplatz
Odeonsplatz

Coaches

Parking: Central Omnibus Station Munich (ZOB), Arnulfstrasse 21
T +49 (0)89 / 45 20 98 90
Set down: Alfons-Goppel-Straße behind the National Theatre

Wheelchair users

The Kunsthalle is wheelchair accessible. The lift in the foyer, entrance at Theatinerstrasse 8, will take you to the first floor. After presenting your admission ticket, there is another lift to the exhibition on the second floor.

Shop

In our shop for the exhibition JR Chronicles, art and street art fans will find everything their heart desires. Selected creative tools for photography and urban art as well as high-quality design pieces and fashion items invite you to browse around the store. A highlight are the products and lithographs specially designed by JR.
A large selection of posters, art cards and many books on the exhibition theme are available as well.

A selection of products is also available online.

You will find our shop in the FÜNF HÖFE under the Hanging Gardens. A joint project with MUSEUMGOODS.

Opening hours:

Mon–Sat 10 am–7 pm
Sun 11 am–5 pm

During reinstallation
(January 16–February 2, 2023):
January 16 and 17, 2023: closed
January 18–28, 2023: Mon–Sat 12 pm–6 pm; Sun closed
January 29–February 2, 2023: closed

Café

Café & Restaurant Theatiner 8

“Cuisine meets art” at Theatiner 8 – with urban Bavarian cuisine in the restaurant (1st floor), the café with delicious cakes & pastries for a relaxed stay and the street sale (in the passage) for a quick snack in between or to take away.

You can look forward to a cosy modern ambience, food and drinks of regional origin as well as a cordial service that will take care of you professionally.

Current Opening hours

Street sales
Mon–Fri 8.30 am–7 pm
Sat 9 am–9 pm
Sun closed

Café & Restaurant 1st floor
Mon–Sun 10 am–8 pm
During reinstallation
(January 16–February 2, 2023):
Mon–Sat 11 am–7 pm
Sun closed

Contact & reservations
T 089/997 42 86 00
reservierung@theatiner8.com
www.theatiner8.com

Accessibility

Art for everyone – Kunsthalle München wants to make art accessible to everyone. Inclusion and cultural participation are part of our self-image. All visitors should feel comfortable with us.

Here you will find all the information you need about barrier-free visits to the Kunsthalle and about our inclusive services.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our visitor service (weekdays 10am– 3pm): kontakt@kunsthalle-muc.de or +49 (0)89 / 22 44 12.

Please also contact our staff on site if you need assistance.

Newsletter

If you are interested in the latest information on the Kunsthalle München, please feel free to subscribe to our newsletter (in English and German).

Three to four times per year you will receive information on our exhibitions and the accompanying program, including tours, lectures, concerts and parties. You can unsubscribe any time.

You will find the registration form at the end of this page.

FAQ

Below you will find information on common questions in alphabetical order.

Audioguide

The exhibition is accompanied by a free audio tour (English/German). It can be accessed from home and in the exhibition using your own mobile device. Please bring your own headphones when you visit the exhibition.

Detailed instructions in German on how to use the audio tour in the exhibition can be found here.

Bags and backpacks

Bags (larger than DinA4) and backpacks are not allowed in the exhibition. Please use the coat check or a locker for this purpose.

Coat check

Coats, umbrellas, large bags and backpacks cannot be brought into the exhibition. While visiting the exhibition, you may drop these items off at the coat check for a fee of € 1.80. Additionally, we have 72 small lockers that can be used free of charge (deposit € 1, measurements: W 25 cm x H 49/40 cm x L 55 cm).

During the summer, the coat check may be closed due to low demand.

Corona

The 3G rule does no longer apply. To protect the health of all, we recommend to continue wearing a mask during their visit to stay at least 1.5 metres away from other visitors and Kunsthalle staff.

Coupons

Discount coupons for the Kunsthalle where sold until December 31, 2011. They were valid for four years and have expired on December 31, 2014, therefore they can no longer be accepted.

Guided Tours

The Kunsthalle offers a wide range of guided tours for different target groups. All information and current dates can be found under Guided Tours and in our Calender.

Lockers

We have 72 small lockers that can be used free of charge (deposit € 1, measurements: W 25 cm x H 49/40 cm x L 55 cm).

Nappy-changing facilites

A nappy-changing facility is located in the handicapped accessible restroom on the exhibit level.

Pets

Dogs and other pets are not allowed in the exhibition, with the exception of guide dogs for the blind.

Photography

Photography for private use and without flash is allowed. However, there may be exceptions if specific lenders do not grant permission for their works to be photographed.

Press ID

Holders of a valid press ID are entitled to reduced admission fees to exhibitions in the Kunsthalle. Please show your press ID at the ticket counter. Unfortunately, we cannot offer reduced admission to any accompanying persons without a press ID.
Further informationen for media representatives here.

School classes

Visits for school groups are by appointment only, regardless of whether they include a guided tour; please register at least one week before your visit: T +49 (0)89 / 22 44 12.
Times are Mon, Wed to Sat 10 am to 8 pm A maximum of 20 pupils per group is permitted.

In addition to regular hours, the exhibition is open every Wednesday from 9 to 10am especially for school groups. During this time a maximum of 25 pupils are permitted.

Admission is € 2 per pupil. One teacher per class is admitted free of charge, one further teacher pays half the standard admission fee.

The Kunsthalle can arrange for art historians and other experts to provide guided tours of the exhibition. Prices for guided tours can be found here.

Seating

Sufficient seating is available in the exhibition and in the foyer. It is not possible to bring your own (folding) chairs.

Strollers

For visitors with strollers, the exhibition is accessible by elevator. An elevator leads from the ticket hall (entrance Theatinerstrasse) to the second floor. After showing the admission ticket, another elevator leads to the exhibition.

Tickets

Tickets can be purchased during opening hours at the ticket desk at our main entrance (Theatinerstrasse 8). Between exhibitions, the desk will be closed. However, tickets are always available through our online shop. The tickets are valid for one entry into the exhibition. Discounted tickets are also available online. However, proof of eligibility must be presented at your ticket desk.

Vouchers

Vouchers are available at the ticket desk at our main entrance and through our online shop. They are valid for 2 years.

Wheelchairs

The Kunsthalle is barrier-free. By the ticket desk, there is an elevator up to the main level. After showing your ticket to the guard at the entrance, they will call for the elevator that will bring you up to the exhibition level.

Three lockers at seat height are reserved for people in wheelchairs (deposit € 1).

Two wheelchairs can be borrowed from the coat check for use in the exhibition at no cost. It is not possible to reserve these in advance.