HISTORY -
FASCINATING PAST.
The Marstall, a court riding-school built by Leo von Klenze, was a meeting-point for aristocratic equestrians in 19th-century Munich. And horses also play a central role at the Munich Oktoberfest. On 16 October 1810, a horse race was held on Theresienwiese meadow in honour of the newly married Ludwig of Bavaria and Princess Therese of Saxony-Hildburghausen; this event was the precursor of today's Oktoberfest.

The Marstall tent pays homage to the equestrian roots of the Oktoberfest. Horse motifs can be found everywhere; the entrance is marked by a carriage with a team of four horses, and the interior is decorated with a host of magnificent wooden horses from days gone by. The showpiece of our tent is the musicians' stage in the form of a carousel.
FAMILY -
The Able family, Sabine and Siegfried with their daughters Verena and Vanessa - hospitality, quality and high-class service are paramount. They have been successful restaurant and catering entrepreneurs since 1982. In addition to several outlets in Munich, they have spent six years operating the Kalbs Kuchl tent at the Munich Oktoberfest, a well-known highlight of the festival offering a unique atmosphere and upscale menu.

The people in the family-run company - both family members and staff - are united in the passion they bring to their work. They combine
high-level expertise with tradition as they strive to achieve the highest quality every day. A promise to return is the greatest gift guests can give.
A POWERFUL BOND.
GENERAL INFORMATION -
GOOD TO KNOW.
Seating capacity
The tent provides 4.500 seats on the main floor and first floor as well as the bar area.

Opening hours
Monday to Friday 10:00-23:00 and Saturday/Sunday/Holiday 9:00-23:00.

Entertainment
Live-music is provided by two different bands. Midday is played by Pepi Kugler Band, before the Münchner Zwietracht is rocking the evening shift.

Location/Arrival/Departure
The tent is directly located at the main entrance of the Oktoberfest. You can easily reach the festival area by using public transportation.
Subway station Theresienwiese (U4/U5) or Goetheplatz (U3/U6)
Taxi Schwanthaler Straße or Mozartstraße (Taxi phone +49 89 19 410)

The tent is barrier-free accessible from all sides. Seating plans and other plans of the tent can be downloaded from the download section on this website.