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Arrival by car or train

Since 2007, the former industrial and workshop hall of Münchner Verkehrsbetriebe is used as an exhibition hall. As a public transport museum of the public transport company Münchner VerkehrsGesellschaft, it displays the historic and modern passenger transportation in Munich. The museum is located in south-eastern Munich/Giesing (district Ramersdorf-Perlach) and is open only a few days each year.

   Münchner MVG Museum
   Ständlerstraße 20
   81549 München

By Public Transit

The MVG Museum can be reached by public transit as follows. Timetables can be checked here: timetable information

  • Tram 18 (final stop "Schwanseestraße") (old Tram 17)
  • Bus 139, 144, 145 (bus stop "Ständlerstraße")
  • U2 to Messestadt Ost ("Giesiger Bahnhof")

By Car

The MVG Museum can be reached by car very easily. Thanks to the proximity of the Autobahn A8 and the Ringstraße (Mittlerer Ring), the location has easy access to long-distance traffic.

The official visitors' car park, which was located directly across the street, is currently being equipped with mobile homes and therefore no longer usable as a parking area.

This year there are only around 60-70 car parking spaces available at the rear of the MVG Museum premises. Access is via the main entrance of the MVG Museum at Ständlerstraße 20 (barrier) with a guide. The parking ticket costs 10 euros/day. Overnight parking (e.g. by mobile home) is not possible

Please do NOT use the surrounding parking lots of supermarket chains, as they are happy to tow illegally parked vehicles

  • Parking space P1: next to the hall (reserved for exhibitors and speakers)
  • Parking space P2: behind the hal.

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