Concert Locations in Munich

On account of Classical Music, Jazz, Pop & Rock concerts - the big variety of the concert locations meets all the wishes. The marvellous ambience of Munichs castles and palaces, the timeless architecture of the Gasteig or the Olympic Park converts your event into a real experience.

Here you find an overview of the great concert locations of Munich.

Gasteig

Cultural Centre Gasteig - Munich Philharmonic

The biggest cultural centre in Munich is the Gasteig in the borough Haidhausen. Originally steps that led from the banks of the river Isar to a church close by were called Gasteig. On about 23,000 square metres the cultural centre hosts several concert and event halls, the municipal library, the municipal school of music (Konservatorium) and the Volkshochschule (an adult education centre).

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Picture: The cultural centre Gasteig at the Rosenheimer Platz

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Map: Munich Ludwigsvorstadt-Isarvorstadt

Olympic Park

Olympic Parc (Olympiapark)

In 1972 the Olympiapark was constructed for the Summer Olympics. The park of about 850,000 square metres continues today to serve as venue for many events.

The grounds can be divided in four areas: Olympic Area with the Olympic Stadium, the Olympic Hall and the Olympic Tower; the Olympic Village, the Olympic Media City “Pressestadt” and the Olympic Park.

The Olympic Village and the Olympic Media City are today residential areas and parts of the Olympic Media City belongs to the Olympic Shopping Centre.

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Picture: Olympic Park panorama

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Map: Munich Milbertshofen-Am Hart

Nymphenburg Palace

Nymphenburg Palace (Schloss Nymphenburg)

The former summer residence of the Bavarian royal family “Wittelsbacher” with extensive castle grounds, originally situated at the gates of Munich, was built in baroque style. It includes park areas, small castles and summer residences in the park as well as several canals. Nymphenburg Palace was built between 1664 and 1675. Fortunately the entire castle grounds were not destroyed during the Second World War.

Nymphenburg Palace is always worth a visit at any time of the year. The inside of the castle has something to offer, too, with the Stone Hall and the Gallery of Beauties in the south wing. One can...

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Picture: Schloss Nymphenburg - Nymphenburg Palace

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Map: Munich Neuhausen-Nymphenburg
Bayerische Verwaltung der staatlichen Schlösser, Gärten und Seen
Schloss Nymphenburg 1, Eingang 16
80638 München

Schleissheim Palace

Schleissheim Palace

Schleißheim palace complex was founded by Duke Wilhelm V of Bavaria (1548-1626), who in 1597 purchased the isolated moorland farm of Schleißheim with its St Margaret´s Chapel for a large sum of money from the Freising Cathedral chapter.

The ensemble consisting of the New and Old Palaces, Lustheim Palace and the extensive baroque garden is a splendid example of court architecture and garden design from the 17th and 18th centuries.

* Photo By Guido Radig (Own work) [CC-BY-3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

Text: www.schloesser-schleissheim.de

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Picture: Schleissheim Palace view form the garden side

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Map: Munich

Munich Residence

Munich Residence (Residenz München)

Right in the centre of the city of Munich is the former royal palace of the Bavarian monarchs. The Residenz is the largest city palace in Germany with many displays from the former royal collection.

The complex is divided in three main parts: the Königsbau, the Maximilianische Residenz and the Festsaalbau. Furthermore ten court yards belong to the city palace.

From the outside Munich Residenz appears rather unexceptional. However, over the centuries the inside became a mixture of renaissance, baroque, rococo and classicism style.

When visiting the Residenz we advice to have a look at the Residenz...

* Photo By Patrick Theiner, de:Benutzer:Arcaist (de:Datei:Antiquarium residence munich.jpg) [CC BY-SA 3.0 de], via Wikimedia Commons

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Picture: The Antiquarium inside the Residenz

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Map: Munich Altstadt-Lehel

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