ZAM Zentrum für aussergewoehnliche Museen - CLOSED, Munich

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    Zentrum Aussergewöhnlicher Museen

    by globetrott Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    In Westenrieder Strasse ( it is a small street beginning on Viktualienmarkt and leading to Isartor ) you may visit a museum that includes many small, but interesting museums, like :
    Tretautomuseum / Pedal-car-museum
    Nachttopfmuseum / Chamber-pot-museum
    Osterhasenmuseum / Easter bunny museum
    Schutzengelmuseum / Guardian Angel museum
    Bourdalou museum
    Parfumfläschchen museum / museum of Scent

    The museum is open daily, including holidays :
    10.00a.m. - 06.00p.m.
    Please have a look on the link below !

    On my picture : a chime in Sendlingerstrasse, opposite of Asamkirche

    a chime in Sendlingerstrasse
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    ZAM - Extraordinary Museums indeed!!!!!!!!

    by tini58de Updated Jul 22, 2006

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    The ZAM (Zentrum für außergewöhnliche Museen = Center for extraordinary museems) is a museum consisting of several small museums:

    They have:

    - a pedal car museum
    - the potty museum
    - the Sissi museum (Sissi was the last Austrian empress)
    - an Easterbunny museum
    - a "bourdalou" museum
    - a perfume bottle/flacon museum
    - a guardian angel museum

    It is really excing and fun and you should try to visit!

    Here is the address:

    Westenriederstr. 41, 80331 München

    subway: Marienplatz

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    • Museum Visits

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    Centre of Museums of Out-of-the-Ordinary Subjects

    by aliante1981 Written Dec 28, 2003

    Behind the abbreviation of ýZAMý - as this collection of museums is called - hide small museums dedicated to an incredible array of things and people - like Empress Sissi, Easter Bunnies, chamber pots, toy cars, odours and locksmiths. I could not even imagine somebody would make a museum dedicated to at least one of the subjects (save, maybe, toy cars) - so to find them all there wasý funny, I guess, and interesting, too.

    Westenriederstrasse 41

    S-Bahn: Isartor station. Trams 18 and 20

    Open: Daily 10am-6pm.

    Entrance fee of 4 Euros is applicable, but this curious place deserves the money paid.

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    If you want to see something...

    by einokj Written Sep 11, 2002

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    If you want to see something really extraordinary and weird museum, go to museum called ZAM (Zentrum für Außergewöhnliche Museen), located in Westenriederstrasse 41, close to Isartor S-bahn-stadion. It has received numerous Guinness awards from the biggest collection of 'things'. Check the link out and find out what is all about. This one was weird.

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