We would like to thank the City of Munich and the Department of Culture, who have supported our initiative for many years. We would also like to express our sincere thanks to our partners who have helped us strengthen Munich as a location for the arts.
City of Munich, Department of Arts and Culture
The City of Munich’s Department of Culture plays a major role in preserving and strengthening Munich’s cultural diversity through its institutions and facilities as well as through funding measures. Support is provided among other things in the form of advice, the provision of cultural infrastructure – also in local urban districts – sponsorship of cultural events as well as cash and non-cash benefits for institutions and projects. Professional artists and creatives are also supported in their artistic careers through the awarding of studios, prizes and scholarships. The funds are made available accordingly by the City Council of the City of Munich.
As a municipal tourism organisation, München Tourismus is part of the Department of Labour and Economic Affairs of the City of Munich. Together with its partners from the private sector, the Tourismusinitiative München TIM e.V., München Tourismus develops marketing and PR measures as well as tourism products to position Munich as a destination in international competition. München Tourismus acts as a centre of competence, knowledge and innovation in the Munich tourism industry. It maintains a link to regional and supra-regional tourism organisations and is a professional, neutral advisor to the tourism industry.
TIM – Tourismus Initiative münchen
The Tourismus Initiative München (TIM) e.V. is the association of the Munich tourism industry, consisting of around 200 tourism service providers such as the BMW Welt, Munich Airport, the Olympic Park, leading gastronomy and hotel businesses, representatives of the retail trade and companies from the congress and cultural industries.
TIM is the only cross-industry network representing all major companies in the Munich tourism. Through its expertise and participation in the Tourism Fund, TIM supports the City of Munich as a strong, independent partner in the “Münchner Model/Munich model”, sharing and distributing knowledge and innovation in the Munich tourism sector.
Kunstareal München is located right at the heart of Munich and is one of Europe’s most important cultural hubs. Over the last 200 years, Kunstareal has grown consistently and now presents cultural history stretching across more than 5,000 years. Located between the Königsplatz and the Theresienstrasse, Kunstareal offers an extraordinary diversity of museums with works ranging from the glorious leading dynasties of Ancient Egypt via the Classical world up to the present. A total of 18 museums and exhibition halls, over 40 galleries, six renowned international colleges and countless cultural institutions are all in the immediate vicinity, easily accessible by foot.
IN MÜNCHEN was first published in May 1983, making it one of the pioneers of city magazines in Germany. Since then it has been the reliable companion of residents and visitors to Munich interested in the city and its cultural events.
IN MÜNCHEN and its associated website in-muenchen.de provide editorial tips and expert reviews on the topics of culture, dining, shopping, excursions and short trips. In addition there are interviews with well-known figures from regional politics, from the cultural, business and sports worlds as well as contributions from prominent columnists. The extensive calendar of events covers practically everything in the areas of cinema, concerts, parties, theater, cabaret, exhibitions, literature, lectures, guided tours, fairs, markets and sport.