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The visit of the museum is again possible without 3G requirements, but we recommend to continue wearing a mask in the museum.
In the Reduit Tilly, due to the confinement of the building, there is still an obligation to wear a medical mask.

All three houses of the Bavarian Army Museum will
not open until 10 a.m. on 11 October 2022.

 Current Exhibitions

Formen des Krieges 1600-1815
Die neue Dauerausstellung
Das Zelt des Großwesirs
Neuer Museumsraum (Neues Schloss)
Sonne, Mond und Sterne
eine Reitgarnitur Kurfürst Maximilian I.

 

Die Schatzkammer
Außergewöhnliche Objekte der alten Sammlung
Im Visier des Fotografen
(Neues Schloss)
Soldatenbilder 1650-1820
Gemälde aus dem Depot (Neues Schloss)
Zinnfigurenturm
jetzt wieder geöffnet (Neues Schloss)
 

The permanent exhibitions of the Bavarian Army Museum can be seen in the following houses.

Bavarian Army Museum
(New Castle)
Bavarian Army Museum
(New Castle)
Bavarian Army Museum
(New Castle)
Museum of World War I
Reduit Tilly (in the Klenzepark)
Museum of World War I
Reduit Tilly (in the Klenzepark)
Museum of World War I
Reduit Tilly (in the Klenzepark)
Bavarian Police Museum
Turm Triva (in the Klenzepark)
Bavarian Police Museum
Turm Triva (in the Klenzepark)
Bavarian Police Museum
Turm Triva (in the Klenzepark)
 

The Bavarian Army museum is one of the great museums of military history in Europe. The collections focus on Bavaria in its European context and cover the period from the late Middle Ages to the present day.

The Bavarian Army Museum seeks a critical and historically accurate reflection on military confrontation and the role of the army in history and their impact on people, society and government.


Objekt des Monats


„Beschreibung“ kurfürstlicher Fahnen?, deutsch 1702, Inv.-Nr. N 3330 © Bayerisches Armeemuseum