Munich's Olympiapark is a prime illustration of how to make an Olympic facility's legacy successful globally. Everything is available at the Olympic Park Munich, including recreation, nature, world-class performances and events, and attractions like the Olympic Stadium, Olympic Hall, and Olympic Tower.


Enjoy the fantastic panoramic view of Munich from the Olympic Tower:

Just go to the Olympic Tower if you want to take in the view of the entire park! The observation deck, which is 291.28 meters high, provides a breathtaking view of the city on the Isar. The rotating restaurant offers guests the chance to enjoy a delicious meal while taking in the stunning scenery.

Absorb the sight of Olympic Stadium's distinctive tent roof:

With its renowned tent roof by Frei Otto, the Olympic Stadium serves as the park's focal point. The 1972 Olympic Games' opening and closing ceremonies were among the events that took place here.

Following that, it primarily served as a location for FC Bayern and TSV 1860 München.

A trip to the Olympiahalle is sure to be memorable, thanks to the Olympiahalle's numerous stage and lighting variations:

Every year, concerts, musical productions, theatre productions, and sporting events occur in Munich's expansive Olympic Hall, making it one of the city's most spectacular venues. The venue impresses with its versatility inside in addition to its impressive exterior façade.

The Allianz Arena now primarily hosts cultural events like concerts by international stars since soccer relocated there in 2005.

Swim laps in the pool or play with your kids while splashing around at the Olympic pool:

Fans should visit the Olympic swimming hall to take advantage of landscaped saunas and fitness centers. Visit for spinal gymnastics or aqua jogging if you want to improve your health!

Want to unwind?

For instance, a trip to the expansive Olympia sauna landscape offers the necessary rest, with everything from a fitness sauna and a steam cave to a sanarium with colored light.

There is something for everyone, cultural and athletic.

Tens of thousands of tourists are drawn to important cultural and sporting events each year.

The Sea Life Center and the Ausstellungssommer exhibition hall are additional attractions within the park.

Ice skating is permitted year-round at the Olympic Eissportzentrum (Olympic Ice Sports Centre).

Take an impromptu swim in the Olympia-Schwimmhalle.

Several times a year, the Theatron, with its lake stage, hosts cultural events like theatre productions and concerts.

Visitors can enjoy action sports at their best at Munich Mash.

Superb musical fireworks are part of the Midsummer Night's Dream annual 'Sommernachtstraum' in Olympic Park.

Explore the property:

Take a ride on the miniature railway that circles the park for a more leisurely way to explore. Depending on how daring you are, you might be willing to attempt a roof climb across the Olympic Stadium's roof before capping off the adventure with a zip line over the arena or an abseil down the stadium's 40-meter drop.

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Address of Olympiapark

Spiridon-Louis-Ring 21, 80809 München, Germany

Opening & Closing time of Olympiapark

  • Monday
    Open 24 Hours
  • Tuesday
    Open 24 Hours
  • Wednesday
    Open 24 Hours
  • Thursday
    Open 24 Hours
  • Friday
    Open 24 Hours
  • Saturday
    Open 24 Hours
  • Sunday
    Open 24 Hours