Beer and Oktoberfest Museum Munich: Museum and restaurant
Beer Museum Munich: Beer steins, brewing art, beer hall
Who invented the beer? What is the purity law? And why do the people of Munich celebrate their Oktoberfest? The Beer and Oktoberfest Museum answers these questions.
The Beer and Oktoberfest Museum at a glance
In the Beer and Oktoberfest Museum you can expect interesting facts about the number 1 staple food of the people of Munich:
- Valuable beer mugs and memorabilia from the once powerful beer barons
- Technical achievements in the art of brewing beer
- Where the famous "Maß" (i.e. the term for one liter of beer) comes from
- How the beer mat got under the mug
- In addition, a beer tavern awaits thirsty museum guests on the first floor.
Munich Oktoberfest Museum: The history of the Wiesn
The Oktoberfest Museum, with its fascinating exhibits, is housed on a separate floor to pay proper tribute to the tradition that has lasted for over 200 years.
What began as the wedding feast of King Ludwig I in 1810 developed into the largest public festival in the world and now attracts millions of people from all over the world to Munich.
Opening hours and admission prices
- Tuesday to Saturday 1 p.m. to 7 p.m.
- closed on public holidays
- Adults: 4 euros, reduced 2.50 euros
- Family ticket: 6 euros
- Group ticket: 3 euros (per person, from 6 persons)
- Group ticket including guided tour: 5 euros (per person, from 8 persons)
The Beer and Oktoberfest Museum is located right in Munich's city center in Sterneckerstraße 2. From Marienplatz or the Isartor, it is just a few minutes walk away.