Places of interest near the Hyperion Hotel München
The “Frauenkirche” as a landmark of Munich
The striking “Frauenkirche” with its high towers with a spherical roof is a real landmark of the city. The three-nave brick building is an impressive 109 metres long, and the imposing main nave is decorated with a star vault. You can reach the “Frauenkirche” in around 15 minutes by car from the Hyperion Hotel München.» Continue to Location & surroundings
Off for a “Maß” at the “Hofbräuhaus”...
The famous Munich “Hofbräuhaus”, built to supply the “Wittelsbacher Hof”, has stood at “Am Platzl” since 1589. To this day, beer is served at the wooden tables in the so-called “Schwemme” on the ground floor: There is room for around a thousand people here. The impressive celebration hall is located on the upper floor. Travelling here from Hyperion Hotel München takes approximately 15 minutes by car.
The “Englischer Garten” – relaxation for everyone
The “Englischer Garten” is one of the largest parks in the world and one of the first to allow access to anyone. Walkers and those seeking relaxation have used the “Volkspark” on the Isar river since 1789 with its meadows and paths as well as the “Japanisches Teehaus” the “Chinesischer Turm” and the “Biergarten”. You can reach the “Englischer Garten” in less than 10 minutes by car from the Hyperion Hotel München.
Understanding technology at the “Deutsches Museum”
The “Deutsches Museum” on Isar island is the largest museum of science and technology in the world and explains scientific phenomena and technical developments with around 28,000 exhibits. Prepare to be impressed! Travelling here from the Hyperion Hotel München takes approximately 15 minutes by car.
Enjoyment of art in the “Neue Pinakothek”
With its extensive collections and exhibition space totalling around 12000 square metres, the Pinakothek gallery of Modern Art is one of the world's largest museums for fine art and design of the 20th and 21st centuries. Its great size is comparable to that of the Pompidou Centre in Paris or the Tate Modern in London. The main works of the classic Modern Art by Beckmann, Kandinsky, Klee, Magritte and Picasso form a central part of the museum's modern art collection. Other collections include the New Collection — The Design Museum, the architectural museum of the Munich Technical University and the Munich State Graphical Collection.» Continue to Location & surroundings