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FC Bayern Museum – tickets, prices, timings, what to expect


What makes the sport football so popular all across the world? The sheer spirit and excitement of the game bring millions of fans worldwide together! 

The FC Bayern Museum, an iconic football club in Munich, Germany, captures this essence.

This legendary German football club showcases its historic victories and trophies at the museum. Whether you’re a huge fan or just love the sport, it’s a great place to enjoy the game and learn about the club’s legacy.

This article covers everything you must know before booking tickets for FC Bayern Museum in Munich, Germany.

FC Bayern Museum

What to expect at FC Bayern Museum

You can visit this 3300-square-meter (3946-square-yard) space and get an opportunity to experience interactive multimedia exhibits at Bayern Munich. 

Stroll through the Hall of Fame and learn about the football club legends. 

Have fun posing with the life-size figurines of the current Bayern football club squad. 

Step back in time and watch historical footage on the huge video screens scattered throughout the exhibition area.

Ticket Cost
FC Museum Munich Entry Ticket €12
Munich City Bus Tour + FC Bayern Munich Allianz Arena Tour €44

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Where to book tickets

You can buy FC Bayern Museum tickets online and at the venue.

Online ticket prices tend to be cheaper than tickets at the museum.

When you buy online, you can avoid the long queues at the attraction’s ticket counters.

Some attractions sell limited tickets and may sell out during peak days. Booking early helps avoid last-minute disappointments.

How do online tickets work

Go to the FC Bayern Museum ticket booking page, select the date and number of tickets, and buy the tickets.

Once you purchase the Bayern Museum tickets, they get delivered to your email address.

Ticket printouts are not required. 

You can show the e-ticket on your smartphone and enter.

FC Bayern Museum ticket price

Bayern Museum Munich entry tickets cost €12 for visitors aged between 14 and 64. 

Children aged six to 13 get a 50% discount and pay €6 for tickets.

Students and senior citizens above 65 years get discounted tickets at  €10. They must carry a valid ID.

Young visitors under the age of five years can enter the museum for free. 

FC Bayern Munich Museum tickets

There are different ways to explore Bayern Museum Munich.

Tourists can book the entry ticket or the Allianz Arena tour.

FC Bayern Museum Entry Ticket

FC Bayern Museum Entry Ticket
Image: Allianz-arena.com

From personal items of iconic players to virtual reality, there are plenty of opportunities to spend your holiday time witnessing the world of FC Bayern.

This tour offers you interactive games like penalty kicks and trivia quizzes. The ticket is valid for an entire day.

As you enter, go through the turnstiles at the south main entrance. Here, you’ll see the signs leading up to the arena.

This ticket doesn’t include any guide. You can explore the museum at your own pace.

Cancellation is available 24 hours before your scheduled date and time.

Note that FC Bayern members, trainees (Azubis), and disabled people are all eligible for the reduced ticket of €10. Carry a valid ID proof.

Visitors can keep their belongings in the safe lockers in the foyer.

Ticket Prices

Adult Ticket (14 to 64 years): €12
Child Ticket (6 to 13 years): €6
Student Ticket (with valid ID): €10
Senior Ticket (65+ years): €10
Infant Ticket (up to 5 years): Free

Munich City Bus Tour + FC Bayern Munich

Tickets for Munich City Bus Tour
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This ticket takes you to Munich’s important attractions on an air-conditioned coach ride. 

Visit the Allianz Arena, the pride of FC Bayern Club, and learn about the club’s legacy with a guided tour.  

You get roundtrip transportation from the Central Station, Munich.

You can opt for a live guide in English or German. 

The tour begins at 10 am from the bus stop Karlsplatz (Stachus) on Sonnenstraße, in front of GALERIA Kaufhof. Please make sure you arrive 20 minutes before your departure time.

This ticket does not include meals and other additional expenses.

Ticket Price: €44

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How to reach Bayern Museum

FC Bayern Munich is located at the Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany. 

Address: Werner-Heisenberg-Allee 25, 80939 München, Germany. Get Directions

By Subway

Take U-Bahn U6 toward Garching-Hochbrück and get off at the Fröttmaning stop. There are sign boards for the FC Bayern Museum at the stop. The attraction is about 1.7 km (1 mile) from the bus stop.

By Car

If you’re traveling by car, turn on your Google Maps and get started.

The parking facilities vary on match and non-match days.

You can use the north parking lot at the Allianz Arena during non-match days. The parking cost for a car is €5 and for buses, it is €20. 

About 9,800 spaces are available during match days in the multi-story car parks P1 to P3 of the Allianz Arena.

Opening hours of FC Bayern Museum

On non-match days, FC Bayern Museum in Munich opens at 10 am and closes at  6 pm from Monday to Sunday. 

The last admission is 45 minutes before closing time.

The opening hours vary on match days, and you’ll find the latest information on the official website

How long does the tour take

It takes 60 minutes to 2 hours to have a complete experience of the FC Bayern Museum in Munich.

However, as the FC Bayern Museum ticket has no time limit, you can explore as long as you want.

Best time to visit FC Bayern Museum

Best time to visit FC Bayern Museum
Image: Facebook.com(FCBayernMuseum)

The best time to visit FC Museum Munich is when it opens at 10 am, especially on weekdays. It is less crowded, and you can have a quieter experience.

Match days, weekends, and public holidays are the busiest times at the stadium. 


FC Bayern Museum Munich is a highly-rated tourist destination.

Check out two FC Bayern Museum reviews we selected from Tripadvisor, which give you an idea of what to expect at this attraction.

A must-see for all fans

The museum is fantastic, with plenty of trophies, pictures, information, and interactive touch screens as well. From the German Championship to the European Cup, from the start of the club to the modern day, it’s all there for you to see. 

Weeezoo, Tripadvisor

The best part of the visit to the Allianz Arena

If you are a soccer enthusiast, the FC Bayern Museum cannot be missed, and to see it all, you might need a couple of hours. Stories of great players and coaches, trophies, fun facts, and great memorabilia. Highly recommend it. 

Andre TS, Tripadvisor

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FAQs about FC Bayern Museum

Here are some questions visitors ask before visiting FC Bayern Munich.

Where can I book tickets for the Bayern Museum? 

Tourists can buy tickets for the attraction online or at the venue on the day of their visit. For the best experience, we suggest you book your tickets online.

Is rescheduling available for my ticket? 

Rescheduling is not possible to visit FC Bayern. Please plan your visit in advance to avoid last-minute hassles.

Where can I keep my luggage at FC Bayern? 

There are lockers available at the attraction. You can keep your belongings in the vaults during your visit.

Is Bayern Munich barrier-free? 

Yes, the attraction ensures barrier-free access from the central/north bus parking lot and the Esplanade to the large promenade. From there, you can take the elevator (labeled Lift FC Bayern Museum/ Arena Tours) to the foyer of the FC Bayern Museum.

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