Lenbachhaus is one of those small but perfectly formed museums of the world. I'm not sure about you but I seem to struggle with those supersize museums, especially when you have to pay to get in and you desperately want to get your money's worth.
Lenbachhaus first opened in 1929 in the former residence of artist Franz von Lenbach. It recently had a facelift (well, a bit more than just a facelift to be honest, it had a complete re-design, re-furbishment and a new wing added) by London architecture firm Fosters and Partners and re-openend in 2013.
The rest of the museum's exhibits aren't too shoddy either with a large collection of work by Joseph Beuys as well as some great paintings of the Neue Sachlichkeit (New Objectivity), the period after World War I of the 1920's and 30's.
Above: Schaf by Joseph Beuys
Oh, and after all the culture you can have a lovely Kaffee und Kuchen in the attached restaurant ELLA.