Information in English

A day in Altomünster

The name Altomünster comes from Alto, a Scottish monk, who built a hermit cell about 750 which developed into a Benediktiner monastery and a market place.
1496/97 Duke George the Rich established nuns and monks in the Order of St. Birgitta of Sweden (1303 - 1373).

Nowadays the municipality has about 8000 inhabitants, the centre area about 4000.
We offer you qualified guided tours with the best tourist guides. There you can get to know our lovely market which was granted the decrees for a market place in 1391 and you can visit all the sights in our village.

Enjoy the local gastronomic delights in Altomünster and the typical bavarian way of life.
Enjoy also the well-known local beer, brewed from the two breweries here in the 600 years old tradition.

Sights to be seen
- The historical centre
- The famous baroque monastery church of Johann Michael Fischer
- The Altomünster Museum - Permanent exhibition concerning Birgitta, the Monastery and the Monastery church
- The Gallery - Changing exhibitions from regional artists
- The Gaudnek Europe Museum - Collection of pictures, drawings, watercolours, objects, sculptures and graphics
- The Brewery Museum - You can book a guided tour through the brewery museum which exhibits old machines and tools

A short trip with unforgettable impressions
Altomünster lies amidst lovely hills and forests midway between Munich and Augsburg, nor far from the motorway Munich-Stuttgart, exit Adelzhausen.
Altomünster is easy to reach by public transport from Munich central station via S-Train S 2A.

Information Office
Marktplatz 7
85250 Altomünster
Tel: 08254/999744
Fax: 08254/9997744
email: info-buero@altomuenster.de
www.altomuenster.de

Opening hours
Monday and Tuesday
09:00 - 13:00
15:00 - 17:00
Wednesday - Friday
10:00 - 13:00
15:00 - 18:00
Saturday
10:00 - 14:00

So können Sie die Schriftgröße anpassen:

Halten Sie die Strg-Taste gedrückt und drehen Sie am Rad Ihrer Maus.

oder

Zum Vergrößern: Drücken Sie die Strg-Taste und gleichzeitig +.
Zum Verkleinern: Drücken Sie die Strg-Taste und gleichzeitig -.