New Town Hall

Munich, Germany
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Neo-Gothic building on Marienplatz square. The town hall was built in the second half of the XIX - beginning of XX centuries, although it seems that it is already several hundred years old. In 1874, the City Council moved here from the Old Town Hall. In order to make way for the construction, about 30 residential buildings of citizens were demolished. The Town Hall is crowned with a 85-meter tower with a spire, the facade is decorated with figures of famous and significant personalities in German history.
New Town Hall
New Town Hall
Address:Marienplatz 8, München
Phone:+49 89 23300
Hours:monday: 09:00–18:00 tuesday: 09:00–18:00 wednesday: 09:00–18:00 thursday: 09:00–18:00 friday: 09:00–18:00 saturday: 09:00–18:00 sunday: Closed


Incredible building that will take your breath away! you can enter and visit for a fee (4€ I believe). The building architecture is very impressive from all around, and at certain hours the bell ring with some animations.


Incredibly magnificent building. This town hall, in my opinion, is the most beautiful building of this type that could be found in Germany (at least from my point of view of the five cities that I visited). I saw different town halls, both new and ol.. Read more »


It is very easy to get to using the RER. Wear comfortable shoes as there is lots of walking.You have to stay in line for an hour or more to get into this place and pay 27 € per person for the whole experience but it is all worth it... place is amazin.. Read more »


The gem of architecture.. one of the most decorative building.. loved the place and the way it is made and maintained.. every inch of the building is worth spending time here.. commendable work done by the artists and architect to create a marvel its.. Read more »


The New Town Hall is indeed the one looks older


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