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Bier- und Oktoberfestmuseum

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Learn about the history of beer and see artifacts relating to beer’s production. Tours are offered in German and English. Sample different beers or eat Bavarian food in the restaurant.
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
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Sterneckerstr. 2, 80331 Munich, Bavaria, Germany
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+49 89 24231607
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Reviewed 17 May 2018 via mobile

The museum is set in an old building with a pub at the bottom. The exhibits are fairly old, dry and don’t updated seem to have been updated for at least 10 years. Most of the descriptions haven’t been translated into English. The pub only...More

1  Thank Interailtraveller
Reviewed 16 May 2018

Here, in the upper stories of this quite small building, just above a bar/ restaurant, they tell the story of Munich's Oktoberfest. To be honest it's a little on the dry side, but if you're interested in the details, there are some good historical photos....More

Thank Andy F
Reviewed 19 April 2018

As the name implies, Museum Stubl is in an authentic looking, but surely rebuilt, 18th century Bavarian pub. Bench seating, great menu choices. If you are looking for a Munich experience, this one is affordable and the staff speak English. No credit cards though. Slightly...More

Thank IanRR255060
Reviewed 24 February 2018 via mobile

I was quite excited to see the museum to find an endless collection of beer glasses and pictures of the Oktoberfest. The educational value is zero and the visit was rather boring. Apparently the museum is located in the oldest house of Munich! So that’s...More

Thank Frenzy A
Reviewed 7 November 2017

There are a lot of areas for improvement here: the signage is not great, the flow is confusing, and the educational value is minimal. This is more of a cultural experience than anything else. The beer museum is small, and really just gives an overview...More

1  Thank Michelle M
Reviewed 18 August 2017 via mobile

This is a small museum. It shows the bavarian beer tradition and gives some impressions of the Oktoberfest in Munich and the history. It's worth a visit.

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Reviewed 21 July 2017

Dani was our tour guide and she made the trip so interesting and having only lived in Munich for 5 years, from Oregon USA she really knew her stuff. She was able to give us a history of Oktoberfest that currently goes on in September...More

Thank Batman658
Reviewed 22 June 2017 via mobile

Small, interesting museum, but the best part of the visit was the movie on the 3rd floor. Most of the important written information was translated to English, but much was only in German. I wanted to read the details as well. :) Afterwards you can...More

Thank Silje B
Reviewed 30 May 2017

Earlier in the day I visited the Bier and Oktoberfest Museum to find that it was closed. I returned, and I learned that it would open at 1:00 PM. Around 3:30 PM I returned and found that it was open and looked inside; it appeared...More

Thank CJTravelerTexas
Reviewed 28 May 2017

Its been a couple years since I have been to this little museum and it still a great spot. Its not a big place but it has interesting displays and gives a brief history of beer in Munich. Downstairs you can get beer and food,...More

Thank ATravelerCalifornia
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Response from Michelle M | Reviewed this property |
Nearest U-Bahn is Marienplatz (U3 or U6). Nearest S-Bahn is Isartor.
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