If you are looking for something modern and Bavarian to take home this is a great locale to visit. They have a variety of off beat souvenirs – like cookie cutters in the shapes of the Frauenkirche and Neuschwanstein all the way to rubber ducks wearing lederhosen and wood carvings of the naked folks at the Englischer Garten. They also carry a wide range of hip and modernized cuckoo clocks and wall antlers, as well as seasonal merchandise.
In addition to the unique souvenirs they have clothing for babies through adults with designs that are simple and modern. You can find something special for your own Münchener Kind’l. They also carry The Duke, Munich’s own dry gin.
If you’ve already mastered German rest assured that you can now practice your Bairisch with books written in the Bavarian dialect. I can’t promise that anyone outside of Bavaria will understand you though.
It’s also important to note the larger shop, at the Münchner Stadtmuseum (Munich city museum), is open Sundays and Holidays, which is a big rarity.
With three locations – at the Münchner Stadtmuseum, Brunnstrasse 3 (Mon – Sat 10:00 – 20:00) and the newest location at Tal 20 (Mon – Sat 10:00 – 20:00).