Saint Peter's ChurchCurrently Closed
- Address: Rindermarkt 1, 80331 Munich, Germany
- Timings: 09:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
- Phone: +4989-210237760
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Church, Religious Site, Historical Site, Family And Kids
Saint Peter's Church - Review
This historic site was home to a pre-Merovingian church before the foundation of Munich. The church that occupies the spot presently was constructed during the late 12th century but was soon destroyed due to the Great Fire.
After reconstruction, the church has become extremely important for the locals. This is considered to be the point where the city of Munich was established and is hence one of the most important and oldest parish in the city.
Saint Peter's Church Information
- The High Alter is absolutely magnificent and should not be missed by any means.
Saint Peter's Church Hours
- Summer and Winter Hours : Last entry 30 Minutes before closing.
How To reach Saint Peter's Church by Public Transport
- Marienplatz Station
Restaurants Near Saint Peter's Church
- Zum Spockmeier
- Optijia Im Tal
- Killian’s Irish Pub
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Things to Know Before Visiting Saint Peter's Church
41.4% of people who visit Munich include Saint Peter's Church in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
40% of people start their Saint Peter's Church visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Saint Peter's Church
90.2% of people prefer walking in order to reach Saint Peter's Church
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Saint Peter's Church, Munich Reviews
You can get a nice view of Munich's old town from the church tower. Definitely a great photo spot on sunny days. Note that for climbing the tower there's no elevator available and the stairs can be difficult for children.
Fantastic place. One of the main tourist attractions in Munich. A very nice feature is that they are placing flowers on the facade of the church which gives a magnificent view. There is a large plaza in fort of the church where tourists can take pictures. There are lots of cafés and even free chairs to rest.
Beautiful church. Remember to take the stairs to climb to the watch tower at the top which gives a panoramic view of Munich! It’s about 14 floors and takes about 15 minutes to climb
A lot of steps but the view you get of Munich is worth it. Also the cost to go up is very reasonable €3 Adults €2 students and €1 till age 18. The entrance to the tower is outside but make sure to check out the church also. It was under construction when I went but still many beautiful things to see in the church.
Beautiful church with interested jeweled skeleton. However, I give it 3 stars due to the hospitality. We arrived 10 minutes before mass and saw a sign to respect silence. No problem. An angry little man came yelling at us to leave while we were looking at the skeleton. He was honestly 10x louder than our whisper and was practically shouting, disturbing the silence before mass. Interesting place but the people working there are a bit ridiculous.