Kid Friendly in Munich

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Munich is a very kid-friendly city, and many restaurants, museums, and parks have special areas and/or activities for children. On top of that, the ornate churches, palaces, and landmarks make this a historic city that is a great destination for visitors of all ages.

Author: JennyMM


Day 1 - Munich


The Hotel Uhland is out of downtown and in a quiet and beautiful residential area on the edge of a park, yet within a few minutes of the city center on the subway. Spotlessly clean and with a fresh, wide variety for breakfast, this is the perfect place to stay during your family vacation. Begin your exploration of Munich with a trip to the Viktualienmarkt, a huge open-air market with tons of variety of gourmet foods, flowers, spices, crafts, and other items. Kids will love the energy and the opportunity for tasting. After you've had your fill, walk north to the Marienplatz, and get there by 11 am if you're interested in hearing the chimes of the Glockenspiel and seeing the accompanying animation. Either way, you can take an elevator up to the top of the tower inside for a great view of the city. An entire afternoon can be happily spent in the Deutsches Museum, which is the world's largest science and technology museum. It is huge, so be prepared for some walking, but there are incredible exhibits ranging from glassworking to navigation to physics to the reproduction of stone-age cave paintings. With a beautiful courtyard, a large beer selection and Bavarian family fare, Altes Hackerhaus is a great place for your first dinner in Munich.


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Viktualienmarkt

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Location:

Viktualienmarkt
Marienplatz
80331 Munich, Germany


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Marienplatz

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Location:

Marienplatz 8
80331 Munich, Germany


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Neues Rathaus

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Location:

Marienplatz 8
Innenstadt
80331 Munich, Germany

Phone:

+49 892 3300


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Deutsches Museum

Location:

Museumsinsel 1
Innenstadt
80538 Munich, Germany

Phone:

+49 89 2 1791


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Altes Hackerhaus

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Location:

Sendlinger Straße 14
Innenstadt
80331 Munich, Germany

Phone:

49 89 260 5026


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Hotel Uhland Garni

Location:

Uhlandstraße 1
Ludwigsvorstadt
80336 Munich, Germany

Phone:

+49 89 54 3350


Day 2 - Munich


The futuristic BMW Museum is interesting for everyone, car-lovers and otherwise, with fascinating history woven into its various exhibitions. Have lunch at Bamberger Haus, full of beer, soups, and other Bavarian dishes. After lunch, head to Olympiapark, where there are numerous activities, including the beautiful park, the Tower (you can see the Alps from the top), and the historic Olympia Mountain. Have a classic local dinner at the family-friendly Augustiner am Dante.


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BMW Museum

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Location:

Petuelring 130
Milbertshofen
80807 Munich, Germany

Phone:

+49 89 3822 3307


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Bamberger Haus

Location:

Brunnerstraße 2
Schwabing
80804 Munich, Germany

Phone:

49 89 308 8966


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Olympic park

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Location:

Spiridon-Lois-Ring 21
Olympiastadt
80809 Munich, Germany

Phone:

+49 89 3 0670


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Augustiner am Dante

Location:

Dantestr 16
Moosach
80637 Munich, Germany

Phone:

49 89 1591 9870


Day 3 - Munich


Begin your day with a trip to the Blutenburg, a castle with an attached church full of late-Gothic painted panels that dates back to the 1400s. For the rest of the day, explore the Nymphenburg palace and grounds, including the Amalienburg hunting lodge, an incredible example of the rococo architecture and decoration style. Other places to visit around the palace grounds are the royal carriage and sleigh collection in the Marstallmuseum, the Magdalenenklause hermitage, and the beautiful botanical gardens. Schloss Nymphenburg itself is a breathtaking palace complex, with incredible gardens and architecture. It's easy to get here and back to the city on the tram. For dinner, head to Gollier, where there is a kid's area and plenty of kid-friendly food.


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Blutenburg

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Location:

Schloß Blutenburg 1
Obermenzing
81247 Munich, Germany

Phone:

+49 89 891 2110


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Amalienburg

Location:

Schloss Nymphenburg
80638 Munich, Germany

Phone:

+49 89 1 7908


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Marstallmuseum

Location:

Schloß Nymphenburg (Südflügel)
Nymphenburg
80638 Munich, Germany

Phone:

+49 89 17 9080


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Magdalenenklause

Location:

Schlosspark Nymphenburg
Nymphenburg
80638 Munich, Germany

Phone:

+49 89 2339 6500 (Touristen Information)


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Neues Botanischer Garten

Location:

Menzinger Straße 65
80638 Munich, Germany

Phone:

+49 89 17861-316


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Gollier

Location:

Gollierstraße 83
Westend
80339 Munich, Germany

Phone:

49 89 50 1673


Day 4 - Munich


The gardens and the porcelain at Schloss Lustheim are worth a morning visit, and then have lunch at Trattoria La Bruschetta, where they offer standard Italian fare to please the kids but also have unique Tyrolian-Bavarian-Mediterranean fusion to interest the adults. There are tons of things to do in the Englischer Garten, from biking to boating to surfing, and lots of sculptures, pavilions, and beer gardens. Just to be aware, though, on a warm day there may be people sunbathing in various states of undress. Next, visit the Theatinerkirche, a church with a beautiful facade, full of sculptures, artwork and plasterwork. Hofbraukeller is the perfect dinner place for families, with a separate children's menu and lively music.


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Schloss Lustheim

Location:

Schloss Schleißheim
85716 Munich, Germany


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Trattoria La Bruschetta

Location:

Nymphenburgerstraße 53
Neuhausen
80335 Munich, Germany

Phone:

49 89 123 2442


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Englischer Garten

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Location:

Englischer Garten
Lehel und Schwabing
80538 Munich, Germany

Phone:

+49 89 3866 6390


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Theatinerkirche St. Kajetan

Location:

Theatinerstraße 22
80333 Munich, Germany

Phone:

+49 89 210 6960


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Hofbräukeller

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Location:

Innere Wiener Strasse 19
81667 Munich, Germany

Phone:

49 8945 99250


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