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The Bavaria Statue is an amazing enough piece from the outside, but paying 3.50 to go in and climb to the top was worth it for the novelty. Note that it's not open to climb during winter months, and if you go, go early in...More
It is worth just to climb up the stairs. Although we went there early in the morning and could not climb up the statue unfortunately. It was also an early December morning so it seemed a bit desolate. I am sure without the construction fencing...More
it is in oktoberfest area, it is open from april to end of oktoberfest...you can get in to Bavaria's head and watch whole munich from her eyes...but have to tell you that stone side of Bavaria is cool but when you get in to iron...More
Perfect time to visit: a rainy summer day, shortly before closing (last climb at 17:30!). Not recommended for claustrophobic people, as it gets really low and tight high up around the neck of the monument.
Otherwise: the climb is a delightful thing and gets you...More
Does the statue seem tall from the distance? Well, it seems even taller when you are ascending the spiral staircase hidden in it. It is truly a unique experience, albeit quite hot in the huge metal case in summer yet not unbearably hot. Once on...More
The magnificient 70 tons and 18 metre bronze lady statue is said to be a symbol and guardian of Bavaria. There is a spiral staircase inside the body which leads up to a narrow viewing platform at the head of the statue for a view...More