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Old Town Hall

Munich, Germany
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A much more modest and ancient structure than the New Town Hall. The first mention of it dates back to the fourteenth century, but it is believed that it was erected in the XV century. The predominant construction style is Gothic, with the addition of later Renaissance architectural elements. The Toy Town Museum is now located in the Old Town Hall. As a result of the bombing of World War II, the building was damaged and a new spire had to be installed on the main tower.
Address:Marienplatz 15, München
Phone:+49 89 294001
Hours:monday: 10:00–17:30 tuesday: 10:00–17:30 wednesday: 10:00–17:30 thursday: 10:00–17:30 friday: 10:00–17:30 saturday: 10:00–17:30 sunday: 10:00–17:30

Very beautiful. Foot traffic was kind of heavy in October but nothing to worry about. Germany is the bicycle autobahn but in this area they limit bicy.. Read more »
The museum is tiny and it is the only contra there. In the three small rooms, placed in three levels of the old town hall tower, you can see some old .. Read more »
Smallest museum ever. I’d say it was a waste of time, but it took 7 minutes from entry to exit. No history relevant to the “Old Town Hall” (reconstruc.. Read more »
The 14th century old rathaus with a lot of great external architecture and a clock.
Visited on 15 Jun 2022.. the old town hall looks newer than the new town hall ?
I went there with a group of kids where we loved looking at all the old toys together. We also discovered how creative people were in the past and tha.. Read more »
Because of its plain facade, many consider the Old Town Hall to be more modern than the richly decorated, neo-Gothic style New Town Hall. In fact, the.. Read more »
Interesting small museum in a beautiful tower. Overall, there are not too many exhibits but more would hardly fit in the premises. With very extensive.. Read more »
An eye catching building, almost made me think I was walking in a fairy tale ?☺️✨
That's the Old town hall from Munich
The lady at the entrance of the Spielzeugmuseum with short hair was extremely rude and unprofessional. Thanks for ruining the experience for our child.. Read more »
Interesting small museum in a beautiful tower. Overall, there are not too many exhibits but more would hardly be possible in the premises. With very e.. Read more »
Munich, what else to say…lovely!
Beautiful architecture! Well restored and a great landmark.
Old Town Hall Visited on 22/9/2019 The white facade of this building deceptively tricks many people into believing that this is newer than the ornate.. Read more »
After destroyed in the World War II, The renovated Rathaus is still beautiful as in olden days. The design is still reflects with the gothic architect.. Read more »
A good looking historical place
Frederick the Fair donated the original building on the site to the city council in 1316 and has been owned by the city ever since. It was the site of.. Read more »
Zero stars just for not accepting cards. Incredibly irresponsible behavior!
the old town hall was built in 1470 by Jörg von Halsbach now it's a toy museum
Quite an interesting looking building in the Marianplatz. It looks like it is also a museum but we didn't have time to go in. It looked like a toy mus.. Read more »
Just about visible from Karlsplatz through the Christmas markets the Old Town Hall is located at Marienplatz (often pronounced as Marine Platz) about .. Read more »
We were invited to this beautiful room - the Festsaal - for an official event. It was a real privilege to be there. The catering was very good, but ex.. Read more »
The rotunda composed of domestic sandstone, designed by the court architect Giovanni Salucci, turned out to be a monument for the popular Queen. Since.. Read more »
In general, it is a sightly building with simple old architecture. If it would stand somewhere far from the center, I would not advise to go somewhere.. Read more »