Museums and Collections

Museum für Abgüsse

Klassischer Bildwerke

The Museum für Abgüsse Klassischer Bildwerke was founded in 1869, largely destroyed during the war and rebuilt in the House of Cultural Institutes since the 1970s. The collection displays nearly 2,000 faithfully cast sculptures from Greek and Roman antiquity (700 B.C. to A.D. 500). The world-famous masterpieces in marble or bronze are scattered throughout all the major museums, but here they are united under one roof as excellent plaster casts. The main attraction of the museum is a color plaster model of the Parthenon of Athens on a scale of 1:20.



The building is barrier-free accessible by a lift at the south gate. A bell can be used to contact the staff at the gate to operate the elevator and open the door.

The museum has a lift.

Barrier-free toilets are located on the first floor.

Events - MfAKB


No 27 to Karolinenplatz

Underground (U-Bahn)
U2 | U8 to Königsplatz

No 100 (Museumslinie/museum line) to Königsplatz

We recommend the use of public transportation. Parking is not available.

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Museum für Abgüsse Klassischer Bildwerke

Katharina-von-Bora-Str. 10
80333 München


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