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'''The beer garden Chinesischer Turm is located in the English Garden (Englischer Garten), Munich's largest leisure park. With a size of 417ha, English Garden is larger than Hide Park in London or Central Park in New York. Due to its close proximity to the university, the beer garden attracts a young crowd which intermingles with people looking for rest and relaxation as well as tourists.'''
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'''The beer garden Chinesischer Turm is located in the English Garden (Englischer Garten), Munich's largest park area. With a size of 417 hectares, the English Garden is larger than Hyde Park in London or Central Park in New York. Due to its close distance to the university, the beer garden often attracts a young crowd, mixed with park visitor including many tourists.'''
  
 
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In 1789, on Great Elector Karl Theodor's initiative, the creation of the English Garden began with his plan to convert a former hunting area located at the Isar into a recreational nature. In 1790 the Chinese Tower (Chinesischer Turm) was built. The Chinese Tower is a pagoda-style, all-wooden tower with five storeys. The 25-metre tall tower has a diameter of 19 metres at ground level and six metres at its top level. The Chinese Tower was destroyed during World War II in 1944. In 1952 the tower was rebuilt to its original and current style.
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The Chinesischer Turm beer garden is the second largest beer garden in Munich and has about 7,000 seats in the self-serviced area and about 500 seats in the serviced area. Guests in the self-serviced area can sit on regular beer garden benches, some of which have back rests. The benches are arranged around the tower. The food stalls offer traditional beer garden food such as [[Steckerlfisch]] (grilled fish on a stick), [[Hendl]] (roasted chicken), [[Schweinshaxn]] (roasted pork knuckle), [[Obatzda]] and [[Auszogne]]. The beer served is [[Hofbräu]] and a [[Maß]] Hell (lager) costs €7.90 (May 2016).
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In 1789, Great Elector Karl Theodor initiated the English Garden with the plan to convert a former hunting area located at the Isar into a park. In 1790 the Chinese Tower (Chinesischer Turm) was built. The Chinese Tower is a pagoda style, all wooden tower with five storeys. The 25 metres high tower has a diameter of 19 metres at ground level and 6 metres at the top. Chinese Tower was destroyed during the war in 1944. 1952 the tower was rebuilt in its original style.
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Before or after a cool Maß guests can enjoy a ride by horse carriage through the park, starting directly at the entrance of the beer garden. Since 1945 [http://www.kutschen-muenchen.de Kutscherei Hans Holzmann] offers tours in traditional carriages.  
 
 
Chinesischer Turm beer garden is the second largest beer garden in Munich and has about 7,000 seats in the self-serviced area and about 500 seats in the serviced area. Guests of the self-serviced area can sit on regular beer benches, some of which even have backrests. The tables are arranged around the tower. The food stalls offer traditional beer garden food such as Steckerlfisch (grilled fish on a stick), Hendl (roasted chicken), Schweinshaxn (roasted pork knuckle), [[Obatzda]] and [[Auszogne]]. The beer served is [[Hofbräu]] and a [[Maß]] Hell (lager) costs EUR 7.00. <!-- april 2011 -->
 
  
On weekends brass-bands perform live on the first floor of the tower. Majour football tournaments are shown on big screens in the beer garden. WLAN is provided to all guests.
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On weekends brass-bands perform live on the first floor of the tower.  
  
A highlight of Chinesischer Turm is the ''Kocherlball'', which is always held on the 3rd Sunday in July (if the weather is bad a week later). The Kocherlball is held in memory of the servants of the noble families of the 19th century. In the late 19th century, up to 5,000 Munich servants met during the summer months every Saturday morning for a dance at the Chinese Tower. Usually they met before work between 4am and 5am. Today the Kocherlball takes place on the 3rd Sunday in July (if the weather is bad a week later) from 5.30am to 10am. The ball attracts thousands of participants of which many wear historical outfits and Bavarian costumes.
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Before or after a cool Maß guests can enjoy a coach ride through the park, starting directly at the entrance of the beer garden. Since 1945 [http://www.kutschen-muenchen.de Kutscherei Hans Holzmann] offers tours in traditional carriages.  
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A highlight of Chinesischer Turm is the yearly ''Kocherlball'' which is held in memory of the cooks and servants of the noble families of the 19th century. In the late 19th century, up to 5,000 Munich servants met during the summer months every Saturday morning for a dance at the Chinese Tower. Usually they met before work between 4am and 5am. Today the Kocherlball takes place on the 3rd Sunday in July between 5.30am to 10am (if the weather is bad a week later). The ball attracts thousands of participants, many of which wear historical outfits and Bavarian costumes.
  
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Depending on the weather, the beer garden is open from 10am to 11pm.
 
Depending on the weather, the beer garden is open from 10am to 11pm.
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In Winter, End of November till December, 23rd, a christmas market is held here. 
  
 
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Website: [http://www.chinaturm.de www.chinaturm.de]
 
Website: [http://www.chinaturm.de www.chinaturm.de]
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Latest revision as of 18:43, 18 May 2018

The beer garden Chinesischer Turm is located in the English Garden (Englischer Garten), Munich's largest park area. With a size of 417 hectares, the English Garden is larger than Hyde Park in London or Central Park in New York. Due to its close distance to the university, the beer garden often attracts a young crowd, mixed with park visitor including many tourists.

Chinesischer Turm 064.jpg
Chinesischer Turm 053.jpg Chinesischer Turm 015.jpg Chinesischer Turm 009.jpg
Chinesischer Turm 044.jpg Chinesischer Turm 017.jpg Chinesischer Turm 013.jpg

In 1789, on Great Elector Karl Theodor's initiative, the creation of the English Garden began with his plan to convert a former hunting area located at the Isar into a recreational nature. In 1790 the Chinese Tower (Chinesischer Turm) was built. The Chinese Tower is a pagoda-style, all-wooden tower with five storeys. The 25-metre tall tower has a diameter of 19 metres at ground level and six metres at its top level. The Chinese Tower was destroyed during World War II in 1944. In 1952 the tower was rebuilt to its original and current style.

Chinesischer Turm 058.jpg

The Chinesischer Turm beer garden is the second largest beer garden in Munich and has about 7,000 seats in the self-serviced area and about 500 seats in the serviced area. Guests in the self-serviced area can sit on regular beer garden benches, some of which have back rests. The benches are arranged around the tower. The food stalls offer traditional beer garden food such as Steckerlfisch (grilled fish on a stick), Hendl (roasted chicken), Schweinshaxn (roasted pork knuckle), Obatzda and Auszogne. The beer served is Hofbräu and a Maß Hell (lager) costs €7.90 (May 2016).

Chinesischer Turm 018.jpg Chinesischer Turm 029.jpg Chinesischer Turm 055.jpg
Chinesischer Turm 004.jpg Chinesischer Turm 021.jpg Chinesischer Turm 020.jpg
Chinesischer Turm 049.jpg Chinesischer Turm 034.jpg Chinesischer Turm 037.jpg

Before or after a cool Maß guests can enjoy a ride by horse carriage through the park, starting directly at the entrance of the beer garden. Since 1945 Kutscherei Hans Holzmann offers tours in traditional carriages.

On weekends brass-bands perform live on the first floor of the tower.

Chinesischer Turm 062.jpg

A highlight of Chinesischer Turm is the yearly Kocherlball which is held in memory of the cooks and servants of the noble families of the 19th century. In the late 19th century, up to 5,000 Munich servants met during the summer months every Saturday morning for a dance at the Chinese Tower. Usually they met before work between 4am and 5am. Today the Kocherlball takes place on the 3rd Sunday in July between 5.30am to 10am (if the weather is bad a week later). The ball attracts thousands of participants, many of which wear historical outfits and Bavarian costumes.

Chinesischer Turm 016.jpg

Depending on the weather, the beer garden is open from 10am to 11pm. In Winter, End of November till December, 23rd, a christmas market is held here.

Chinesischer Turm
Englischer Garten 3
80538 Munich (Schwabing)
Germany

Tel: +49-(0)89-38387319
Website: www.chinaturm.de

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