Visit of the New Town Hall Tower

Alter Peter, Frauenkirche and much more – from the tower of the Neues Rathaus you can see all the important sights of Munich. And thanks to the elevator, you can be up in a few seconds.

Munich has many great views – one of the most beautiful is definitely the one from the tower of the New Town Hall. In just a few moments you are 85 metres high with the elevator and you can see a different highlight of the city in every direction: directly opposite stands the Alter Peter (church), on one side of the tower is the Frauenkirche (church), on the other the Altes Rathaus (old town hall) and to the north there is the Italian-looking Theatinerkirche (church). And if the weather is good, the impressive Alpine chain stretches across the entire horizon to the south.

Especially at the time of the carillon there is little going on on the town hall tower. With us you can book your ticket conveniently online.

Seeing the New Town Hall from the inside is also a special experience. If you want to visit a guided tour through the building in neo-Gothic style, you can book the New Town Hall tour or the combination of town hall and visit of the tower.


Information about your booked visit of the tower: With this offer, queuing up at the Tourist Information is no longer necessary. You go directly to the top of the New Town Hall with the lift. Please show your booking confirmation printed out or on your mobile phone to the admission personnel.

The city guide "simply Munich" and the city map are available upon presentation of the booking confirmation at the Tourist Information at Marienplatz or at the main station. There you can also buy tickets.



Photos: Werner Böhm, istock/Ralf Menache, istock/nikada

Hygiene requirements and current regulations - you can help too!

  • Limited number of participants - book in advance online
  • The minimum distance of 1.5 metres must be observed
  • Please wear a mouth and nose protector in public buildings and shops
  • Please note the cough and sneeze rules: turn away and sneeze and cough into the crook of your arm
  • Until further notice, masks are also compulsory in the pedestrian zone (from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m., including Schützenstraße, Stachus and Marienplatz as well as Sendlinger Straße with Sendlinger-Tor-Platz) and at the Viktualienmarkt

Currently no guided tours and visit of the tower

Due to the current situation, no guided tours of the new town hall or visits of the tower are possible until further notice. You can still buy a voucher for a future tour of the New Town Hall including the visit of the tower here. For more information about your stay in Munich please have a look here.

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München Tourismus
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80331 München


The City of Munich is also affected by the nationwide tightened measures to contain the coronavirus. All important information about the coronavirus and your stay in Munich can be found here.