- Public transport to the Deutsches Museum
- Directions to the Alter Seminarraum, Bibliotheksbau, Deutsches Museum
- The Main Gate / Hauptpforte
- Getting to Mariahilf
Public transport in Munich
The official website https://www.mvv-muenchen.de/en/index.html provides information on timetables, fares and delays.
Public transport to the Deutsches Museum
From the MUC Airport
Take the S-Bahn (S8) to the station Isartor. Trains depart every twenty minutes between 4:04AM and and 1:24AM. The journey takes 36 minutes:
- A Single Trip ticket from the airport to Isartor (or any other S-Bahn station located in the city centre) costs €11.60
- Should you wish to purchase a Streifenkarte (Stripe Ticket – €14.00 for 10 Stripes), you will need 8 stripes (equivalent to €11.20) for the same journey.
Ticket machines can be found around the airport and on the platform. Credit cards are accepted. Alternatively, tickets may be bought online or via the mobile app: https://www.mvv-muenchen.de/en/tickets-and-fares/online-und-handyticket/index.html
From Munich Central Station (Hauptbahnhof)
Take the S-Bahn (any line) in the direction Ostbahnhof to the station Isartor (3 stops). 650m walk to the Deutsches Museum.
- A Single Trip ticket costs €2.90.
- With a Streifenkarte (Stripe Ticket – €14.00 for 10 Stripes), you will need 2 stripes (equivalent to €2.80) for the same journey.
Ticket machines can be found around the Central Station. Credit cards are accepted. Alternatively, tickets may be bought online or via the mobile app: https://www.mvv-muenchen.de/en/tickets-and-fares/online-und-handyticket/index.html
Directions to the Alter Seminarraum, Bibliotheksbau, Deutsches Museum
Before the main doors of the Bibliotheksbau open at 9am, participants must enter through the Hauptpforte, situated around the corner of the Bibliotheksbau (see image below). From there, follow the signs directing you to the wing of the Forschungsinstitut and down the hallway to the Alter Seminarraum.
The Main Gate / Hauptpforte
Getting to Mariahilf
For the tour of the carillon and recital by Tiffany Ng on Saturday, 13 January.
700m walk from the Deutsches Museum
Forschungsinstitut für Wissenschafts- und Technikgeschichte