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Munich Beer and Food Tour including the Oktoberfest Museum

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Key Highlights

  • Wander over 60 stops on 4 routes with on-board audio commentary
  • The tour ends at the Hofbräuhaus, Germany’s most famous beer hall.
  • Entrance to the Beer and Oktoberfest Museum included
  • Taste a range of Bavarian beers and food as you explore local hangouts
  • Overview

    This tour of Munich focuses what the city is perhaps best-known for; its Bavarian Beers! Get into the heart of Munich’s "Oktoberfest" culture and visit the places where the locals go to eat, drink and be merry!

    No other city has such a profound respect for beer that they have dedicated a museum to it! This tour includes entrance to the Beer and Oktoberfest Museum which is located in one of Munich’s finest old medieval buildings. After the museum tour you will sample some beers in the museum's Tavern.

    Then visit the 19th century Hofbräukeller and help yourself to a traditional cold food platter with hot“Weisswurst” veal sausage - and wash it down with the finest beer!

    All the traditions, food and beer Munich is famed for, in one unique evening!

  • Activity Schedule & Itinerary

    Activity Schedule

    When does it run?

    01 Apr - 15 Oct: Daily except Sunday
    16 Oct - 31 Mar: Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday


    3.5 hours

    Start time


    Meeting Point

    The tour departs from Radius Tours office, in the area just across from platform 32-34 in Munich Central Train Station (Hauptbahnhof).
    Please report at the meeting point 15 minutes before the start time.

    Ending Point

    Hofbräuhaus, Germany’s most famous beer hall.


    The tour starts at the Munich Central Train Station at 6:00pm. Accompanied by an English-speaking guide who will take you on a guided walking tour of Munich, the beer capital of the world.

    You will be informed about the different types of beer available and you get to sample some of them. You will also be introduced to the best traditional Bavarian food in all its variety - Weisswurst, dumpling, roast pork and more.

    Take an exclusive private tour through the beautiful new Beer and Oktoberfest Museum. Walk around its traditional beer garden (depending on the weather).

    Visit the famous Viktulienmarkt, an old city food market.

    The tour ends at Hofbräuhaus, Germany’s most famous beer hall.

  • Inclusions & Exclusions


    • Bavarian beer tasting
    • Meal from mixed platter of traditional Bavarian food
    • English speaking guide
    • Entrance fees to the Beer and Oktoberfest museum


    • Hotel pick up and drop off
  • Please note

    No need to print! If you are travelling with a smartphone or tablet you can present your voucher on your device for this activity.

    Additional info

    The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details and local telephone numbers at the destination. They will happily answer any logistical questions you may have.Children are not forbidden from taking the tour, although minors must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Alcohol will only ever be provided to those over the legal age-limit which in Germany is 16. The reality is that this tour is generally booked by adults only.
  • Customer Reviews
    • Good Trip with a very nice Guide

      A nice walking / tram trip along the city of Munich. Beer Museum was interesting though would have liked to taste a few more varieties of Beer . Local food tasting at a typical...

      SUNIL NARULA, India, 10/Dec/2013
    • Great Tour for Learning about Munich Beer & Food!

      My husband and I want to give our tour guide special kudos! He was fun, knowledgeable, and very good! His English was great (given he was from Chicago). We had several great...

      Theresa M. Wilson, United States, 24/Sep/2013
    • Lots of beer!

      Ieane our guide was absolutely fantastic! He was very knowledgeable and a lot of fun....

      Melissa Mennie, United Kingdom, 13/May/2013