Culture in Munich

Munich has got a rich theatre, ballet and opera culture. There are five governmental, three municipal and more than 50 privately owned stages. Accordingly there is a wide choice of events and performances. So any theatre or concert fan may find something after his fancy. In addition to the State Opera and the worldwide famous theatres there are a lot of cabarets where as well unknown artists find their stage. Whatever you prefer we are sure that we will find the suitable event for you that guarantees an unforgettable stay in Munich.

Munich Theaters

Nationaltheater Bayerische Staatsoper, Max-Joseph-Platz 2,
Deutsches Theater, Schwanthalerstr. 13,
Münchner Kammerspiele Schauspielhaus, Maximilianstr. 26-28,
Münchner Kammerspiele Spielhalle/Werkraum, Falckenbergstr. 1,
Residenztheater Bayerisches Staatsschauspiel mit Cuvilliéstheater und Marstall, Max-Joseph-Platz 1,
Komödie im Bayerischen Hof, Passage Promenadeplatz,
Volkstheater, Brienner Str. 50,
Prinzregententheater, Prinzregentenplatz 12,
Staatstheater am Gärtnerplatz, momentan noch wechselnde Spielstätten aufgrund der Sanierung des Theaters, weitere Infos unter
GOP Varieté-Theater München, Maximilianstr. 47,
Münchner Lach- und Schießgesellschaft, Ursulastr. 9,
Lustspielhaus, Occamstr. 8,

Classical music in  Munich

With the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra, the Symphony Orchestra of the Bavarian Broadcasting and the Bavarian State Orchestra Munich has three top-class orchestras working together with various international known conductors. The most representative locations are the Herkulessaal in the Bavarian Residence and the Philharmonie at the Gasteig.

Gasteig – Munich’s Centre of Culture and Education

As of autumn 2021, the Gasteig is relocating to become Gasteig HP8. During the renovation of the cultural centre in Haidhausen, all of the familiar Gasteig programme will have a new home on the site of Stadtwerke München at Hans-Preißinger-Straße 8 (HP8) in Sendling.