Object description:

Mathias and Anna Sophie Gasteiger's House – Holzhausen / Ammersee

Picture: Mathias and Anna Sophie Gasteiger's House

The sculptor Mathias Gasteiger (1871-1934) was one of the important Munich artists active in the period around 1900. He was married to Anna Sophie Gasteiger (1877-1954), who was best known for her paintings of flowers.

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Art Nouveau style salon

The home they built by the Ammersee from 1902 to 1913 with its landscape park, house and outhouses is a unique example of the Munich Art Nouveau style.

The museum in the rooms where they lived still has the original Art Nouveau furnishings, together with historic photos, a selection of sculptures by Mathias Gasteiger and a collection of paintings by Anna Sophie Gasteiger.

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Garden at Mathias and Anna Sophie Gasteiger's House
Ammersee


The following rooms are available for your events:


Address

Eduard-Thöny-Straße 43
86919 Holzhausen
Telephone 08806 699 or 7605

Information for visitors/ COVID-19

Due to COVID-19, this object must remain closed until further notice.

Here you will find general information and FAQs for visiting our sights during the restrictions due to COVID-19.

Further information

Further information

Service (leaflets, photo/film, links …)

Information for visitors with reduced mobility:

Access via several steps

Franchised restaurants and hotels:

Restaurant und Biergarten
Alte Villa Utting
Seestraße 32
86919 Utting/Ammersee
Telefon 08806 617 oder/or 534456
www.alte-villa-utting.de

Nearest railway station:

Utting
www.bahn.com

Public transport with nearest stop:

from Munich to "Herrsching"

Connecting boat service:

From Herrsching to Holzhausen
www.seenschifffahrt.de

Parking space:

Few parking spaces available

Responsible administrative office

Bayer. Schlösserverwaltung/
Außenstelle Ammersee
Landsberger Straße 81
82266 Inning/Stegen
Telefon 08143 9304-0
Fax 08143 9304-30
seeverwaltung.ammersee@ bsv.bayern.de


 
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