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Turmbesteigung "Alter Peter"

In the organizer's words:

The people of Munich affectionately call their oldest parish church in Munich and especially St. Peter's Tower "Alter Peter". The Petersturm is one of the best and most beautiful vantage points in the city. Not only does it offer a magnificent view of the whole of Munich, but on a clear day or when the foehn wind blows, you can also see the Alps from a distance of 100 km. The Petersturm is also a bell tower and houses a historically significant and beautiful peal of 8 bells, including a prestigious 800th anniversary bell of the city of Munich.

The bells can be seen ringing through windows at the height of the belfry. You'll need a bit of stamina to climb the 306 steps to the viewing platform, but the view and the flair of Munich make up for all the effort, whatever the weather. Since the first surviving predecessor church, many entertaining, curious and historic things have accumulated at Alter Peter over the centuries. We would like to invite you to discover and experience all this with us. We have compiled further information and pictures for you on this page. Have fun browsing.

Summer 2024 (April - October)

Daily | 09.00 - 19.30 (last admission 19.00)

Winter 2024 (November - March)

Monday to Friday | 9.00 a.m. - 6.30 p.m. (last admission 6.00 p.m.)

Saturday, Sundays and public holidays | 9.00 a.m. - 7.30 p.m. (last admission 7.00 p.m.)

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Alter Peter Petersplatz 1 80331 München

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