April 21 to Mai 07 2017

 

 

The Fruehlingsfest, lovingly called “Octoberfest’s little sister”, is leading off the funfairs in Munich. The enjoyment for the whole family runs two weeks and will fill Munich’s Theresienwiese with fairground rides, beer tents and live music.

The Munich Spring Festival started in 1965 and many of the vendors are still represented.

 

The festival kicks off with a big parade and “Boellerschuetzen”, shooting with mini hand-cannons into the air.

Honorary Patron  will be Major Josef Schmid, he will lead the opening ceremony.

 

Beer tents and beer garden
 

Festhalle Bayernland

The “Festhalle Bayernland” is a integral part of the Frühlingsfest for long time.
Bavarian specials like roast chicken, knuckle of pork and rolled pork roast are served in the beer tent. Together with the smooth fresh tapped “Augustiner Beer” it’s the perfect Bavarian treat.

Come and enjoy the Bavarian “Gemuetlichkeit”. Daily entertainment with varying Bands.

More Information:            www.festhalle-bayernland.de
                                            Reservations: 0700-14420000
                                             Info@festhalle-bayernland.de

 

Hippodrom

The “Hippodrom” is a smaller Version of the former famous ”Hippodrom” beer tent at the Oktoberfest owned by Tina Kraetz and Johanna Barsy. 

On the menu you’ll find “Oktoberfest delicatessen” like grilled chicken and Bavarian Style Veal Hamburgers and “Spaten Fruehlingsfest Hell" on tap.

 

 

 

More Information:              www.hippodom-fruehlingsfest.de
                                             Reservations:   Telefon 089-21568767
                                             info@hippodrom-fruehlingsfest.de

 

                                         

 

Munich Beer Garden

The beergarden is a perfect place to enjoy the sun and the warm evenings. Hot and cold bavarian snacks, beer specialties like “Paulaner wheat beer”and  a wide variety of alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages.

 

More Information:            www.edmundradlinger.de
                                             Reservations: radlingeredmund@web.de                                                              

 

 

Food and Drink

Vendors all over the fairground will sell a wide variety of specials, like Bratwurst, Currywurst, Hot Dogs and Corn on the cob. Seafood lovers will find shrimp, crayfish, crabs and various specialities of fish, special „Steckerlfisch” -fish grilled on a stick-.

Frühlingsfest is also a paradise for sweet lovers. More than 40 vendors offer sweets for all ages. Chocolate covered fruits, roasted almonds and sugar-coated apples. You should not miss the Slush-Eis or the Gingerbread Heart.

Wine and Softdrinks are offered from different vendors too.

 

 

 

Useful Information:

 

Grand Opening 04.21.2017  2:30 pm

Official opening ceremonies at the „Zirkusspitz“ above the Theresienwiese

The best beer in the world: free beer, sponsored by the breweries Augustiner, Paulaner and Spaten. The first 100 guests will get served the beer in the 2015 collectors mug and can keep the mug (even free).
 

3:00 pm
Parade to the Theresienwiese, including all participants, vendors in a festive coach. Followed by the horse-drawn brewer's cart carriages of the three breweries and all the beer tent bands. At the entrance the beer tent bands will perform a concert. Traditionally Sepp Hohenleitner with his „Böllerschützen“ will shoot with mini hand-cannons into the air.

 

 

Insider’s Tip for the visitors of the Spring Festival ‘Frühlingsfest’ in Munich:

Sensational view of the festival area from high above

The neo-gotic church of St. Paul is situated adjacent to the Theresienwiese.
St. Pauls Church was designed by Georg von Hauberrisser. Construction started 1896 and was completed 1906. During the Frühlingsfest the church will open its bell-tower to the public. If you are willing to climb the stairs leading to the platform (70 m high, aprox. 230 feet), you’ll have a breathtaking view of the festival area and the city of Munich. If the foehn wind (a dry down-slope wind that occours in the lee side of a mountain range) is blowing, you may even see the alps. The bell-tower is open to the public on weekends, except during worship service.

 

Bank „ZasterLaster

A mobile ATM Machine at the fairground for your convinience

 

 

Public Transportation to the Theresienwiese

 

S-Bahn:

S 1,2,3,4,5,6,7, 8  Hackerbrücke

S 7, S 20, S 27 Heimeranplatz,

U4, U5 to Theresienwiese or Schwanthalerhöhe

 

Subway:

U3 and U6 -  Goethe square or Poccistrasse

U4 and U5 -  Theresienwiese or Schwanthalerhöhe

Bus:
Metro bus 53 (Schwanthalerhoehe)

Metro bus 58 (Georg-Hirth-Platz or Goethe Square), CityBus 131 and
132 (Hans-Fischer-road or Poccistraße)

CityBus 134 (Theresienhöhe)

 

Timetable and Ticketinformation:

www.mvv-muenchen.de or www.mvg-mobil.de

 

 
 
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