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Villa Stuck: Art and leisure in Munich

Villa Stuck: Art and leisure in Munich

Insider's tip for art enthusiasts: Villa Stuck was built by Franz von Stuck and is a successful fusion of living quarters, studio and exhibition rooms.

Whereas at the end of the 19th Century it was a modern architectural sensation, today, it's an insider's tip for art lovers. Villa Stuck was built by the painter and sculptor, Franz von Stuck, and is a successful fusion of living quarters, studio and exhibition rooms in the heart of Munich. Make sure you take a turn around the Mediterranean "artist's garden" in particular. These days, the villa comprises a museum with some of Franz von Stuck's work and alternating exhibitions of modern and contemporary art. The villa is just a few stops with the underground (U-Bahn) from Munich main station (alight at Max-Weber-Platz, then it's an eight-minute walk).

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Villa Stuck
Prinzregentenstraße 60
81675 Munich
Next station
M√ľnchen Hbf (Munich main station)

Our tip: Please make sure to check your train connection and the expected capacity before you start your journey.

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