6 Attractions

Kaulbach Villa

Painter Friedrich August von Kaulbach lived in Ohlstadt from 1850 to 1920 and built a villa in 1893. His works and also his atelier are presented there today.


Murnau Castle Museum

The Castle Museum depicts the internationally significant history of art and literature associated with Murnau in the first third of the 20th century, and conveys the special features of the Alpine foreland as well as Murnau’s local tradition and culture, which is closely linked with this outstanding artistic work.


Münter House

Gabriele Münter purchased the house on Kottmüllerallee in Murnau on 21 August 1909.


Open-Air Museum Glentleiten

The largest open-air museum in southern Bavaria invites visitors to cast a glance into the everyday rural life of people in Upper Bavaria as well as their architecture and working environment.


Staffelseemuseum Seehausen

The Staffelsee Museum Seehausen impressively presents the extraordinary history of this fishing village, including the excavations on the island of Wörth, the origin of special artisan craftwork and the fishing grounds of the Staffelsee.


Uffing Museum of local history

An accompanying exhibition was accommodated in the Uffing parish community centre for Uffing’s 1250th anniversary and thus heralded the start of the history of the Museum of Local History.