Held in the centre of Munich, the Tollwood Winterfestival offers a wide range of concerts, exhibitions, lectures, performances and markets.
There is so much to see and enjoy that you will find yourself heading back each day for more.
The multimedia tent is the place to head for stimulating discussions.
This winter’s topic is “Home”, and the installations take you through various rooms.
Lectures and a cabaret program round out the offerings.
Live Music, Theatre, Comedy and Performances
Listen to the sounds of local and regional music in concert twice a day.
Don’t miss the spectacular show “Saloon” by the Canadian Cirque Eloize.
The European premiere of this unique mix of acrobatics, dance and theatre set in the Wild West will delight and enchant visitors.
Market (ends 23 December)
Crafts and foods from around the world are available in the beautifully illuminated tents housing the market stalls.
Organic food and drinks are the order of the day!
The site is an open gallery with art objects placed throughout the grounds.
Light objects made from parts of bicycles and a Christmas tree constructed from bikes all work within the festival topic.
Storytelling and games based on the festival topic are just some of what you’ll discover in the children’s tent.
Tollwood Winterfestival New Year’s Eve Gala
Tollwood Winterfestival traditionally ends with the New Year’s Eve Gala and the Tollwood New Year’s Eve Party.
A Gala ticket is also valid for the Tollwood New Year’s Eve Party.
Spread out over five floors, concerts, live music, and dancing will take you through to midnight and beyond.
Arthotel Munich is centrally located and within walking distance of Munich central station.
Enjoy an extensive breakfast buffet in the art-filled breakfast room.
In the evenings, you can head to the “Bar Art” for drinks and snacks.
A popular hotel in a great location!
Getting to Tollwood Winterfestival
The festival venue is Theresienwiese in Munich.
At the same area as the well-known Oktoberfest.
It’s centrally located and a few minutes walk from the central station.
Public transport is the best way to reach the festival; all the subway, S-Bahn, tram and bus lines are listed on the festival website.