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Glockenspiel im Rathausturm, Munich
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
You'll find Glockenspiel im Rathausturm, a century-old glockenspiel and its animated wooden characters, mounted on the Neus Rathaus building. Watch it chime and re-enact stories from the 16th century, a lovely experience that lasts about 15 minutes. Admire the mechanism's intricate construction, consisting of 43 bells and 32 life-size characters. Make sure to stay until the golden rooster chirps, marking the end of the show. Take a look at our Munich itinerary planner to schedule your visit to Glockenspiel im Rathausturm and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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I didn't know what to expect from the Glockenspiel, but my husband had wanted to check it out. We were in the area for 11 and it was a really enjoyable 13 minutes. If you don't like bells, then it pro... read more »
Sehr schönes Rathaus. Marienplatz ohne Autoverkehr. Zu erst Glockenspiel, dann Startpunkt für die ganze Stadt. ÖPNV unmittelbar.Very nice City Hall. Marienplatz square without traffic. First chime, then the starting point for the whole city. Public transport immediately.show original
Si affaccia con enormi vetrate su Marianplaz. Cibo buono e personale gentile e molto attento al Cliente. Assolutamente necessaria la prenotazione, soprattutto se si vuole pasteggiare davanti alla Torr... read more »Faces with huge Windows on Marianplaz. Good food and friendly staff and very customer focused. Absolutely necessary to book, especially if you want to dine in front of the clock tower and enjoy the square below. Menu translated into Italian. slightly above average prices. Well worth a side trip.show original
It's so charming to see the little puppets dance about on the clock. Definitely check it out :)
They don't make clocks like this anymore. This is great to see. It's not hours of entertainment but is not something to be missed.
A lot of tourists come to see this, but I don't see what the big deal is. Just a bunch of figures (that might move) turning around to some music.
I really enjoyed seeing this traditional site. Beautiful location.
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