Those who opt for a reservation in the Armbrustschützen beer tent at the Oktoberfest in Munich have the opportunity to watch the German Championships in crossbow archery that take place there each year. A staple on the Theresienwiese since 1910, the beer tent operated by the Inselkammer family is decorated in the style of a huge alpine house and has had its own crossbow shooting range for 110 years.
Anyone who would like to enjoy a freshly tapped beer from the Paulaner brewery with friends while taking in the music performed by Oktoberfestkapelle PLATZL is well-served with a reservation in the Armbrustschützen tent on the Theresienwiese. The atmosphere in the beer tent is kept lively with a mix of Oktoberfest classics, traditional brass music and the occasional waltz. Culinary delights, such as the typically Bavarian Schweinshaxn (pork knuckle) and sausages, are also on the menu. The host family Inselkammer is also dedicated to serving the older generation of Oktoberfest visitors. Each year, they serve 200 Munich senior citizens for free and make a donation to the Münchner Wiesn Stiftung.
Here you can find more general information about the Oktoberfest table reservation.
|Proprietors:||Family Peter Inselkammer|
|Seating Capacity:||5830 inside, 1600 outside|
|Special features:||Crossbow shooting range in tent; German Championships in crossbow archery held here every year|
|Smoking area:||Yes, in the garden (next to the main entrance)|
|Location:||Wirtsbudengasse (between Marstall and Hofbräu)|