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'''The Bier & Oktoberfest Museum is located in a historical building in the centre of Munich. The museum showcases the history of the Oktoberfest and the beer brewing traditions of Bavaria. Exhibits include many interesting artifacts, such as a collection of [[Maßkrug]]s used at the first few Oktoberfest events along with various beer related memorabilia of the former times.'''
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'''The Bier & Oktoberfest Museum in Munich showcases the history of the yearly Munich Oktoberfest event, the Bavarian beer tradition and its related brewing industry. Written display boards in German language detail historical facts along with illustrations, photos and exhibits of various brewery and beer related memorabilia, such as a complete collection of original beer mugs used during the early years of the Oktoberfest event.'''
  
 
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Various sections are divided between floor levels in this narrow inner-city building, which is one of the oldest and fully restored buildings in the area. On the top floor, a small cinema runs an ongoing documentary about how the Bavarian beer making tradition has evolved from its beginning of small farm and monastery brewery operations to the present day worldwide export industry dominated primarely by six major breweries of Munich. On the ground floor there is a restaurant, bar and a small beer cellar.
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Throughout the day a small cinema runs a 12-minute German language documentary with English subtitles about how the Bavarian beer making has evolved from small and primitive household brewing experiments of the middle ages, through innumerable farm and monastery based brewery operations of the Bavarian Kingdom, up until today's worldwide export industry dominated mainly by six major [[Munich breweries]]. <!--As of April 2012 the Bier & Oktoberfest Museum holds a special exhibition to mark the [[200 Years Beer Garden Anniversary|200th year beer garden anniversary]].-->
  
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The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday between 1pm and 6pm. The restaurant and bar is open until midnight. Museum, restaurant and bar are all closed on Sundays and public holidays.  
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The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday between 1pm and 6pm. The ticket entrance to the museum costs €4 p/person. A restaurant and bar on the ground floor remains open until midnight. The museum, restaurant and bar are closed on Sundays and public holidays.  
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'''Bier & Oktoberfest Museum'''<br>
 
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Tel: +49 (0)89 2423 1607<br>
 
Tel: +49 (0)89 2423 1607<br>
 
Website: [http://www.bier-und-oktoberfestmuseum.de www.bier-und-oktoberfestmuseum.de] and [http://www.museumsstueberl.de www.museumsstueberl.de]
 
Website: [http://www.bier-und-oktoberfestmuseum.de www.bier-und-oktoberfestmuseum.de] and [http://www.museumsstueberl.de www.museumsstueberl.de]
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Latest revision as of 19:27, 18 May 2018

The Bier & Oktoberfest Museum in Munich showcases the history of the yearly Munich Oktoberfest event, the Bavarian beer tradition and its related brewing industry. Written display boards in German language detail historical facts along with illustrations, photos and exhibits of various brewery and beer related memorabilia, such as a complete collection of original beer mugs used during the early years of the Oktoberfest event.

Bier and Oktoberfest Museum 001.jpg

Throughout the day a small cinema runs a 12-minute German language documentary with English subtitles about how the Bavarian beer making has evolved from small and primitive household brewing experiments of the middle ages, through innumerable farm and monastery based brewery operations of the Bavarian Kingdom, up until today's worldwide export industry dominated mainly by six major Munich breweries.

The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday between 1pm and 6pm. The ticket entrance to the museum costs €4 p/person. A restaurant and bar on the ground floor remains open until midnight. The museum, restaurant and bar are closed on Sundays and public holidays.

Bier & Oktoberfest Museum
Edith-Haberland-Wagner-Stiftung
Sterneckerstr. 2
80331 Munich
Germany

Tel: +49 (0)89 2423 1607
Website: www.bier-und-oktoberfestmuseum.de and www.museumsstueberl.de