The Bavariastatue is an 18m-high Amazon in the Statue of Liberty tradition, oak wreath in her hand and lion at her feet. This iron lady...
The classical Ruhmeshalle is an open gallery of famous Bavarians, whose busts adorn the wall like hunting trophies. The hall curls...
Deutsches Museum – Verkehrszentrum
An ode to mobility, the Transport Museum explores the ingenious ways humans have devised to transport things and each other. From the...
About as alternative as things get in Munich, this low-key, beery lair gets feet moving with house to indie to soul and brings out the...
Müller & Söhne
In a former bakery, this sweet, unhurried cafe fits as comfortably as a well-worn shoe. Everyone from young mothers to office folks and...
The huge Theresienwiese (Theresa Meadow), better known as Wies'n, southwest of the Altstadt, is the site of the Oktoberfest. At the western end of the 'meadow' is the Ruhmeshalle guarding solemn statues of Bavarian leaders, as well as the Bavariastatue , an 18m-high Amazon in the Statue of Liberty tradition, oak wreath in her hand and lion at her feet.
This iron lady has a cunning design that makes her seem solid, but actually you can climb via the knee joint up to the head for a great view of the Oktoberfest. At other times, views are not particularly inspiring.