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Hellabrunn Zoo – for globetrotters and animal lovers alike

Munich's Hellabrunn Zoo opened in 1911 in the Isar floodplains conservation area. With more than 19,000 animals in around 40 hectares of grounds, it is one of the biggest and most bio-diverse zoos in Germany and was the world's very first 'geo-zoo'.

Hellabrunn Zoo is home to more than 19,000 animals from around 750 species. Penguins, elephants, kangaroos, sea lions, birds of prey and tigers: from the most comical of monkeys to the cutest of cubs, animals from all continents are grouped together here with other creatures from the same geographical regions.
Just like in the wild, the African giraffe savannah is populated by giraffes, meerkats and porcupines. But it's not all outdoor enclosures here. There are also fascinating worlds hidden away in the animal houses: the reptiles are found in the jungle house, where they live under one roof with gorillas, chimpanzees, birds and tropical fish. In the aquarium you can see more than 9,000 fish, corals and jellyfish as well as the blacktip reef sharks swimming around in their 14-metre-long tank.

Highlights

The children's zoo with its adventure playground and petting zoo is always popular with the little ones. Hellabrunn Zoo also has a toddler-friendly water park with a treetop trail and family-friendly café. People of all ages will love the shows and feeding displays featuring the elephants, polar bears and lions. The undisputed stars among the zoo's inhabitants are the adorable baby animals. With more than 19,000 animals at Hellabrunn Zoo there are new additions throughout the year and each one is looking forward to your visit!

Renginiai

The Pinakothek der Moderne not only brings together four museums under one roof – Sammlung Moderne Kunst, Staatliche Graphische Sammlung München, Technische Universität Architecture Museum and Neue Sammlung – it's also part of an even larger group of museums: the Munich Art Quarter, which in addition to the Pinakothek der Moderne includes the Alte Pinakothek, Neue Pinakothek, Museum Brandhorst, Antikensammlungen, Glyptothek and Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus.

All modern art movements are represented in the Sammlung Moderne Kunst, for instance Expressionism, Fauvism, Cubism, New Objectivity, Bauhaus, Surrealism, Pop Art and Minimal Art. Works by Henri Matisse, Oskar Kokoschka, Max Beckmann, Pablo Picasso, Otto Dix, Lyonel Feininger, Joan Miró, René Magritte, Salvador Dalí and others are on display, as are examples by Brücke and Blue Rider artists. The Staatliche Graphische Sammlung has approx. 400,000 items covering every development in the history of drawing and prints, whilst the collection at the Technische Universität Architecture Museum, the faculty's collective memory, runs to around 500,000 drawings and plans by almost 700 architects, over 100,000 photographers, as well as mock-ups and archives – from Balthasar Neumann to Le Corbusier, and from Leo von Klenze to Peter Zumthor. Founded around a century ago, the Neue Sammlung is the world's oldest design museum. The approx. 80,000 objects in the industrial design, applied art and graphic design departments together make up the biggest design collection in the world.

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06.01.2020 - 31.12.2020

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Pinakothek der Moderne
Barer Straße 40
80333 Munich

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