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Munich: TimeRide VR Time Travel Experience Ticket

4.5 / 5

29 reviews

Activity provider: TimeRide GmbH

Munich: TimeRide VR Time Travel Experience Ticket

Activity provider: TimeRide GmbH
Likely to sell out
Likely to sell out

From US$ 20.11 per person

Make the most of your trip to Munich with this heavenly trip through Bavaria's rich and fascinating history. Fly in a peacock wagon and immerse yourself in over 7000-years of Bavarian history via Virtual Reality technology.

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Duration 45 minutes
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Host or greeter
German, English
Small group
Limited to 10 participants

Experience

Highlights
  • Immerse yourself in 7000-years of Bavarian history
  • Fly in a virtual peacock wagon
  • Take a journey back in time
  • Experience Bavarian history via Virtual Reality
Full description
Your journey through time starts in the magical library of Georg Aloisius Linnebach. In his library you get to know the most important historical stations from Bavarian´s eventful history. How did Bavaria develop and how did it become what it is today? The highlight of your visit is the Virtual-Reality-Experience. Fly through 7.000 years of Bavarian history. Take a seat in the flying vehicle Ludwig has always dreamed of. He had the vision of a flying peacock wagon. Georg Aloisius Linnebach has made this dream come true and takes you on an unique journey through time by using Virtual Reality technology. After the VR-Tour you have the possibility to get further information in our exhibition room about the single stations you have seen before. In addition, you can take a look behind the scenes. We prepared a making-of film for you about the creation and building of our TimeRide Munich.
Includes
  • All fees and taxes
  • All necessary technical equipment (VR-glasses etc.)
  • Tour guide
  • Food and drink
Not suitable for
  • Children under 6 years
  • People with mobility impairments
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds

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The meeting point is at the TimeRide counter.

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Important information

Not allowed

  • Flash photography

Know before you go

  • At the entrance there might be a waiting line
  • Your ticket is valid for your booked time slot
  • This tour is not suited for people who wear glasses
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.5 /5

based on 29 reviews

Review summary

  • Guide
    4.5/5
  • Transportation
    4.5/5
  • Value for money
    4.4/5

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We were there and it started at the reception. Everyone was nice and briefly explained and showed everything, it looked really nice and cool. The journey through time was very good and very exciting, you really felt like you were in the past and you saw so many beautiful things! Highly recommended

April 22, 2022

May 28, 2022

1. What should the date of the beginning be 7,000 years. Bavaria became around 500 AD. probably founded by the Agilolfinger family with their headquarters in Regensburg. Approx. 550 AD a ducal palace (probably Pfluggasse 1) was built in the north-east corner of the Roman fort, the remains of which still exist today. If you want to include prehistory: the Danube area has been settled by groups of Homo Sapiens for around 50,000 years. Interesting finds in caves in the Swabian Jura - today in Ulm. 2. The Limes clarifies the beginning of Bavaria: The original state of Old Bavaria is based on a genuinely Roman tradition (high culture!). All parts of today's Germany still carry the traditions of the Germans (primitive culture). 3. Charlemagne was more of a ruler with a negative attitude towards Bavaria: Duke Tassilo III is sentenced to death on flimsy grounds - Charlemagne takes over Bavaria with the "lucrative" Alpine passes. However, then: his grandson Ludwig the German becom

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April 24, 2022

Product ID: 303028