Bavarian Outfitters Oktoberfest Tent Guide – Where is the place to be for YOU?

12. Juli 2015
12. Juli 2015 Constantin

This practical Oktoberfest tent guide tells you exactly what to expect in which tent and how to make most out of your beer festival experience! 

There are 14 main beer tents that invite you to join the celebration between the 19th of September and the 4th of October. But which tent is the right one for you and your needs? Do you want to celebrate the in the most traditional way? Do you want to meet new people and flirt? Do you want to see celebrities?

Each tent has not only different kind of visitors but also different beers, food and prices! Bavarian Outfitters will help you to find your place to be:

Overview Oktoberfest - Bavarian Outfitters

A survival guide for the Munich Oktoberfest

 

 

Armbrustschützen-Zelt: Very traditional like a typical Bavarian town fest.

In the Armbrustschützen tent you’ll find traditional decoration and down-to-earth environment.

1 L Paulaner Beer costs 10.05 €

Bavarian Outfitters Tent Guide to the Oktoberfest Armbrustschuetzen

Armbrustschuetzen Outside

Bavarian Outfitters Tent Guide to the Oktoberfest Armbrustschuetzen

Armbrustschuetzen Tent Inside

 

 

 

 

 

 

Augustiner-Festezelt: Perfect for families.

The Augustiner tent is appropriate for families perfect for early noon visits. The beer is served from the original wooden barrels.

1 L Augustiner Beer costs 9.80 €

Bavarian Outfitters Tent Guide to the Oktoberfest Augustiner

Augustiner Zelt Outside

Bavarian Outfitters Tent Guide to the Oktoberfest Augustiner

Augustiner Tent Inside

Bräurosl: Famous for it’s live music and the ‘Gay-Sunday’.

The Bräurosl tent offers a lot of entertainment, live music and jodeling. Furthermore, the first Sunday is reserved for the gay community, “pink wiesn”.

1 L Hacker-Pschorr Beer costs 9.95 €

Bavarian Outfitters Tent Guide Bräurosl

Bräurosl Outside

Bavarian Outfitters Tent Guide to the Oktoberfest Bräurosl

Bräurosl Inside

Fischer-Vroni: Fish instead of meat.

If you have had enough of meat you should try the delicious Bavarian fishplates.

1 L Augustiner Beer costs 10.00 €

Bavarian Outfitters Oktoberfest Tent Guide Fischers Vroni

Fischers Vroni Outside

Bavarian Outfitters Oktoberfest Tent Guide Fischers Vroni

Fischers Vroni Inside

Hacker-Zelt: “The Bavarian Heaven”

The Hacker tent distinguishes itself from the other tents by the nice decoration and the convertible roof. With the white clouds and the blue sky you do indeed feel like in beer heaven.

1 L Hacker-Pschorr Beer costs 9.95 €

Bavarian Outfitters Oktoberfest Tent Guide Hacker-Zelt:

Hacker Tent Outside

Bavarian Outfitters Oktoberfest Tent Guide Hacker-Zelt:

Hacker Tent Inside

Hofbräu-Zelt: Famous amongst international tourists.

The second largest Oktoberfest tent is especially popular amongst Americans and Australians. The band starts to play in the early noon.

1 L Hofbräu München Beer costs 9.95 €

Bavarian Outfitters Guide to the Oktoberfest Hofbräu

Hofbräu Tent Outside

Bavarian Outfitters Guide to the Oktoberfest Hofbräu

Hofbräu Tent Inside

Käfers Wies’n Schänke: Hot spot for the rich and famous.

Exquisite decoration, party fun and celebrities: The Käfer tent is known for its VIP atmosphere.

1 L Paulaner Beer costs 10.00 €

Bavarian Outfitters Oktoberfest Tent Guide Käfers Wies’n Schänke

Käfers Wies’n Schänke Tent Outside

Bavarian Outfitters Oktoberfest Tent Guide Käfers Wies’n Schänke

Käfers Wies’n Schänke Tent Inside

Bavarian Outfitters Oktoberfest Tent Guide Käfers Wies’n Schänke

Kim Kardashian at Käfers Wies’n Schänke Tent

Löwenbräu-Zelt: Quieter tent where the elderly meet up.

The Löwenbräu tent is popular amongst both, locals and tourists. The 37 Meter high tower with the lion on top can be seen from far away.

 

1 L Löwenbräu Beer costs 10.10 €

Bavarian Outfitters Oktoberfest Tent Guide Löwenbräu

Löwenbräu Outside

Bavarian Outfitters Oktoberfest Tent Guide Löwenbräu

Löwenbräu Tent Inside

Marsstall: Preppy people and fancy outfits.

The Marsstall tent is brand new and only joined the Oktoberfest in 2014. The theme of the venue is the riding-stable and the owners promise a mix of the modern and the traditional Oktoberfest culture. Bavarian Outfitters recommends the nice terrace area during the day.

1 L Spaten-Franziskaner-Bräu Beer costs 9.95 €

Bavarian Outfitters Oktoberfest Tent Guide Marsstall

Marsstall Tent Outside

Bavarian Outfitters Oktoberfest Tent Guide Marsstall

Marsstall Tent Inside

Ochsenbraterei: Less busy and cozier atmosphere.

The Ochsenbraterei tent exhibits an ox roasted on the spit.

 

1 L Spatenbräu Beer costs 9.90 €

Bavarian Outfitters Oktoberfest Tent Guide Ochsenbraterei

Ochsenbraterei Outside

Bavarian Outfitters Oktoberfest Tent Guide Ochsenbraterei

Ochsenbraterei Inside

Schottenhamel: Party fun for young people.

The Schottenhamel tent is the oldest Oktoberfest tent and the most important one because this is where the Munich mayor declares the festival open with the famous words “Ozapft is!” – the barrels are open.

1 L Spatenbräu Beer costs 10.10 €

Bavarian Outfitter Oktoberfest Tent Guide Schottenhamel

Schottenhamel Tent Outside

Bavarian Outfitter Oktoberfest Tent Guide Schottenhamel

Schottenhamel Tent Inside

Schützenfestzelt: Smaller and suitable for families.

The Schützenfestzelt presents the annual rifle club’s festival on the Oktoberfest.

1 L Löwenbräu Beer costs 10.05 €

Bavarian Outfitters Oktoberfest Tent Guide Schützenfestzelt

Schützenfestzelt Outside

Bavarian Outfitters Oktoberfest Tent Guide Schützenfestzelt

Schützenfestzelt Inside

Weinzelt: Wine instead of beer.

For those, who prefer wine instead of beer, the Kufler’s wine tent is the perfect alternative. The wine tent is popular amongst visitors older than 30, who appreciate a decent atmosphere.

Kuffler’s House wine, white 0,25 L costs 12.30 €

Bavarian Outfitters Oktoberfest Tent Guide Weinzelt

Weinzelt Outside

Bavarian Outfitters Oktoberfest Tent Guide Weinzelt

Weinzelt Inside

Winzerer Fähndl: Meeting point for FC-Bayern soccer fans.

Detail oriented decoration and popular amongst locals from Munich. If you are lucky, you can see the FC-Bayern soccer stars here.

1 L Paulaner Beer costs 9.95 €

Bavarian Outfitters Oktoberfest Tent Guide Winzerer Fähndl

Winzerer Fähndl Outside

Bavarian Outfitters Oktoberfest Tent Guide Winzerer Fähndl

Winzerer Fähndl Inside

Oide Wiesn: The old, traditional part of the Oktoberfest.

The so-called old Wiesn is a must-see. The separate area at the end of the venue shows very traditional tents and rides from the beginning of the Oktoberfest. The atmosphere is not quiet as busy but you can still enjoy a nice party here. The Oide Wiesn is a secret last–minute tip amongst Munich locals. If you are late on a weekend, it’s more likely to find a table.

Also, Bavarian Outfitters recommends seeing the typical Bavarian dance shows, like “Schuhplattler”.

Bavarian Outfitters Secret Tip: Oide Wiesn

Old Wiesn Venue

Bavarian Outfitters Secret Tip: Oide Wiesn

Old Wiesn: Traditional Dances

Bavarian Outfitters Secret Tip: Oide Wiesn

Old Wiesn Beer Tent

 

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