Hall of Fame and Statue of Bavaria – Munich

Picture: Hall of Fame

The Hall of Fame above the Theresienwiese was built under King Ludwig I of Bavaria from 1843 to 1853 as a pantheon for celebrated Bavarians from the fields of politics, science and the arts. The busts are displayed inside the columned hall with its three wings that was designed by Leo von Klenze; new figures have been added since 1966, when the tradition was recommenced. The 18.52-metre statue of Bavaria, designed by Ludwig Schwanthaler, was cast by Ferdinand von Miller, and ranked in its day as a technological masterpiece. Inside the head is a viewing platform.

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Object information:

Address

Theresienhöhe 16
80339 München

Responsible administrative office

Verwaltung der
Residenz München
Residenzstraße 1
80333 München
Telefon (0 89) 2 90 67-1
Fax (0 89) 2 90 67-2 25
E-Mail ResidenzMuenchen
@bsv.bayern.de
externer Link / external link www.residenz-muenchen.de

Opening hours

April-15 October: 9 am-6 pm
open daily

We ask groups to call to announce their visit:
tel (01 51) 20 90 18 28

From 16 October to March the Hall of Fame and the Statue of Bavaria are closed for safety reasons.


 

During the Oktoberfest the Bavaria is open until 8 pm, the Hall of Fame is closed for safety reasons.

Guided tours

No regular guided tours

guided tours for private groups can be booked here …

Admission charges 2014 

3.50 euros regular
2.50 euros reduced internal link

Annual season tickets /
14-days-tickets

All opening hours and admission charges at a glance (PDF-file)


 

Information for the disabled:

Only accessible via staircase

Nearest railway station:

Munich
www.bahn.com

Public transport with nearest stop:

"Theresienwiese"

Public transport with nearest stop:

Bus to "Theresienhöhe"

Parking space:

Car park on the "Theresienwiese" (except during the Oktoberfest)

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