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Diocesan Museum (Dioezesanmuseum)

Diocesan Museum (Dioezesanmuseum)
The Altar of Rabenden at the Diocesan Museum

Housing around 20,000 works of religious art from medieval to modern times, Freising Diocesan Museum is among the world's largest religious museums. Stunning works by famous artists including Lucas Cranach, Ignaz Günther and Arnulf Rainer. Examples of the goldsmith’s art, liturgical textiles and icons tell of liturgy and folk customs. The collection documenting Bavarian piety is probably unique in its diversity and richness.

Hours: Tuesday - Sunday 10am - 5pm.

Admission: 4 € Adults, 2 € Concessions.

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Address: Domberg 21, 85354 Freising
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