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Bayern Munich stadium tour: How to visit unique Allianz Arena

It's one of the most recognisable stadiums in world football, but how can you visit the stunning Bayern Munich stadium, the Allianz Arena? Football Ground Guide gives you all you need to know right here…

How to do a Bayern Munich stadium tour?

To book your tour in advance, head to the official club booking page here, but make sure to read the information below first to understand the differences in ticket prices and important details about matchday/non-matchday alterations.

What's included in the Bayern Munich stadium tour?

On a guided tour, you'll be taken to the tunnel at the Allianz Arena and have the chance to view it through the eyes of the players by walking out to the pitch. Your guide will talk your through the fascinating details behind a stadium unique in world football while you get the chance to see the press conference area and the manager's dugout.

The FC Bayern Museum, meanwhile, is the largest of any German football club and takes you through the remarkable history of the current German champions. You'll be able to see the club's huge trophy haul and some other great exhibits.

Allianz Arena, the Bayern Munich stadium | Full guide to the incredible ground on Football Ground Guides | Tickets, stadium tours, parking, directions, pubs, away fans | Bayern Munich stadium tour
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How long is the tour?

The total duration is around 2-3 hours, though you could do it in a shorter amount of time if needed.

The guided tour of the Allianz Arena takes one hour, while the recommended amount of time to view the FC Bayern Museum is 1-1.5 hours.

Crucially, if you're doing a tour that starts after 4pm, you should visit the museum before you go on the Allianz Arena stadium tour. Otherwise, the museum will close before you can see it.

The museum's opening times are 10am to 6pm. The tours go from around 10am to 5:30pm.

On matchdays, these opening times differ. You should check with the club when booking.

How much does a Bayern Munich stadium tour cost?

The Bayern Munich stadium tour ticket price for adults (14 years and older) is €25.

Concessions (students, pensioners, appretices, schoolchildren, members and severely disabled people) is €22, while children (6-13 years) cost only €11. Children younger than this can enter for free, but must be accompanied by an adult or legal guardian and a ticket booking is still required.

A family ticket offers good value for two adults and an unlimited amount of children under the age of 16. This costs €59.

The museum audio guide, which is an extra, costs €3. You do not need the museum audio guide, but might find it interesting.

Allianz Arena seat view | Bayern Munich stadium seating plan
FC Bayern's home is incredible from the inside, too! (Photo by Icon Sport)

How to get to the Allianz Arena

Bayern Munich's stadium is pretty far from the centre of Munich, but it's an incredibly well-connected city with fantastic public transport options, and so the journey to the Allianz Arena isn't too bad.

Take the Line 6 to get off at Fröttmaning. If you are in the old city centre, the Line 6 will take you to the Marienplatz and it is a 15 minute ride. If trams are preferred over the metro, it is possible to take a tram to Marienplatz from Ostbahnhof and Hauptbahnhof, which happen to be the largest train stations in Munich.

Allianz Arena key facts

Capacity: 75,024 (59,230 seated and 15,794 standing)

Address: Allianz Arena, Werner-Heisenberg-Allee 25, 80939 München, Germany

Pitch Size: 105m x 68m

Year Ground Opened: 2005

Undersoil Heating: Yes

Preview of Allianz Arena stadium tour

Interested, but want to see if it's really worth it? Well, there are plenty of videos on YouTube taking you through the Bayern Munich stadium tour, including this one below demonstrating the walk through the dressing rooms, stands and much more. Take a look for yourself.