If you’re a huge Karl Valentin fan, or even if you don’t actually know who he was, check out this small museum commemorating the famous Bavarian comedian—so long as long as you have a love for all that is comedic and slightly oddball. It was founded in 1959, about 10 years after his death, and showcases some of his best works, his famous stage partner Liesl Karlstadt, and hilarious and absurd items that reflect his unique sense of humor. There is also an exhibit on folk music in Munich, so if you're looking to explore the fun-loving history of this fantastic city on your Munich trip plan, then definitely swing in for a laugh.
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