The Bavarian Army Museum
("Bayerisches Armeemuseum") in Ingolstadt, just North of Munich, has an extensive collection of
Bavarian and European
uniforms, weapons and militaria going back to Medieval times and up until the
19th Century. A separate museum covers the First World War.
Amongst the many exhibits
are the standards of the Bavarian Army, uniforms belonging to the
Wittelsbach royal family and a few items of colonial interest.
The museum is housed in
the Neues Schloss Ingolstadt, a short walk from the Ingolstadt Nord train
station. The First World War exhibition is across the river in the
19th Century fort, Reduit Tilly. Entrance to both museums is
included in the same ticket price.
For updated details of
opening times, entry prices and further information see the official