The Armbrustschützen-Festhalle – A piece of original Munich Oktoberfest

At the Armbrustschützen-Festhalle (Crossbowmen Festival Hall) the Bavarian tradition has still an important influence. Enjoy a freshly drafted beer and tasty treats while listening to live Bavarian brass music and with the special warm and happy atmosphere at the Oktoberfest.

History of the tent

In the year 1895 the tent was built by the crossbowmen-guild to entertain scorers and visitors. A further reason of building the tent was to carry out the shooting championship of the crossbowmen. Even after a few conversions and renovations, an eagle above the main entrance and an archer on the tower still remind of this tradition. For over 70 years now the German crossbow championships are carried out at the tent´s firing ranges during the Oktoberfest.

Enjoy Bavarian tradition: Food and Beverages at the Armbrustschützenzelt

As a matter of course, the way you eat and drink is Bavarian at the Armbrustschützenzelt. Enjoy freshly tapped and deliciously smooth beer, juicy chicken and lots of other Bavarian specialties. Along with the warm hospitality and the charming waitresses let you enjoy a great day at the Oktoberfest.

From Bavarian “Defilermarsch” to ”Skandal im Sperrbezirk” (famous Oktoberfest Songs): The Platzl Oktoberfest Chapel

The Platzl Oktoberfest Chapel is responsible for adequate brass music and lots of fun in the tent. At noon and afternoon, visitors can enjoy fresh Oktoberfest beer and Bavarian delicacies with traditional cozy but also peppy brass music. From 18:00 pm onwards, just over 7,000 visitors will brightly celebrate to current “Wiesn-Hits” and famous Oktoberfest classics.

Opening hours and last selling of beverages

Monday to Friday: 10:00am – 11:30pm (last selling: 10:30pm)
Weekend: 09:00am – 11:30pm (last selling: 10:30pm)

Pictures: Armbrustschützenzelt

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