English Garden in Munich
A live stroll through Munich’s leisure town park.
Start @English Garden
Start time: early afternoon
Duration: 1 hour
Price: on request
Individual Virtual Tour
This tour is a private one.
Details & Itinerary
Munich, located in the heart of Europe. Even though the Ocean is far away, you’ll see people carrying Surfboards through the city! How come? Well come join this Live streaming Tour and find out!
The famous Englischer Garden is Munich’s main leisure park for more than 200 years. Encompassing 2 ½ square miles, it is one of the biggest city parks in the world! Even bigger than Central Park in New York.
It was started in 1789 when Elector Karl Theodor commissioned a public park. He called this new park the Englischer Garden because it was designed to look like a quaint English countryside, created by an American, born in Massachusetts.
- 8am Eastern Standard Time is 2 pm in Munich
- 8am Pacific Standard Time is 5pm in Munich.
Where to watch
Join us from your home, classroom or your office. You’ll be invited by Microsoft Teams.
This is your tour! All your questions will be answered and hopefully even more.
This tour will take approximately one hour.
Best Times for This Excursion
Best times for this tour are spring through fall.
How to book
For a booking pls get in touch with us by mail with your time and date you want to do it. We’ll clarify everything within 24 hours.
One of the countless attractions in the park is the world famous beer garden at the Chinese Tower. Here some 7000 seats are offered which makes it the second largest beer garden in Munich. The tower has burned down several times over the years but each time it was rebuilt using the original plans. Once a year an early morning Ball takes place in Summer. You’ll learn about the story behind it during the livestream.
Today, the Englischer Garten offers numerous activities. Cyclists and joggers can utilize the 78-kilometer-long (48.5 miles) network of paths and amateur soccer players can meet on the fields for pick up games. A beautiful view of the city center is offered at the Monopteros, added to the park landscape along with the hill it sits on in 1836. The Japanese tea house first opened in 1972 at the south end of the park on an artificial island on Schwabinger Bach (stream). Japanese tea ceremonies are performed here regularly.