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Gasteig

Gasteig

Rosenheimer Straße 5, Munich, 81667

The Basics

Visitors to Gasteig find a place to nurture a love of the arts. Plan ahead and book tickets to experience a performance by Munich’s philharmonic orchestra, or to see a theater or dance performance. See everything from lectures to films to opera. Some local tours include Gasteig on their itineraries.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • The Gasteig is suitable for lovers of classical music, theater, and dance.

  • Admission to the center itself is free; ticket prices vary for events.

  • The event complex is wheelchair-friendly.

  • The on-site bar and bistro are open before or after an event for a drink and light meal.

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How to Get There

Located in central Munich on Rosenheimer Straße, Gasteig is easily accessible by taxi or car. Parking is available on-site for those who self-drive. Via public transportation, take any train from Hauptbahnhof (Central Station) directly to the venue; expect about a 7-minute ride. Bicycle racks are also available.

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When to Get There

Gasteig is open daily. Check schedules for timing on programmed events. Beat the crowds and enjoy temperate weather by visiting Munich from March to May and from September to November. The month-long festivities of Oktoberfest are a huge draw.

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Loitering is Nice

The philharmonic hall's wood-paneled shell structure showcases mainly instrumental and vocal performance, while smaller theaters offer theater and dance. Even if you don’t have tickets to an event, the Gasteig cultural center is a nice place to pass time as it attracts about 6,000 visitors a day. Have a coffee or glass of wine at the cafe and enjoy free people-watching in the foyer.

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