Hundreds of 19th-century European paintings are housed in this new gallery. (©Tichr/iStock)
The gallery opened in 1981 to replace the original building destroyed in World War II, commissioned by Ludwig I to house his collection of contemporary painting. This fine collection comprises some 400 paintings and sculptures from the 19th century, notably works by German Romantics and French Impressionists including Manet, Cezanne, van Gogh and Friedrich. Open Thu-Mon 10am-6pm; Wed 10am-8pm. Adult €7, child €5.