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Exhibitions and museum

Leadership? Museum? Castle?

It won't be boring with these leisure activities!

Of course, whoever takes a vacation in Tutzing also wants to have good weather to enjoy the landscape to the fullest. Sometimes the weather in the foothills of the Alps does not play along as desired. Either you then brave the weather and explore the community with appropriate clothing or you take a trip to the surrounding area.
For families, the lake cruise, the library and a visit to Starnberg’s lido are great ways to bridge a dull day with water and reading fun.

The connection to the S-Bahn makes it possible to visit the state capital every 20 minutes. The regional train coming from Garmisch leaves every half hour and reaches Munich’s main station in 28 minutes. The range of museums and exhibitions, the zoo, the Bavaria Film Studios, the arena, FC Bayern and its fan store and the Jochen Schweizer Arena will make visitors’ hearts beat faster.
The visit to Garmisch-Partenkirchen, the winter sports metropolis is possible by regional train from within an hour. The city center of Garmisch with its many tourist attractions is always worth a trip. Sit in the city center at Mohrenplatz, surrounded by the Karwendel Mountains with the Zugspitze. The Partnachklamm gorge, the spa park with its concerts, the Michael Ende Park and the museum are enchanting. The numerous culinary offers invite you to enjoy.
The train connection to Kochel allows a visit to the Walchensee power plant. The imposing Walchensee storage power plant is considered the cradle of industrial power generation in Bavaria. Completed in 1924, it was then one of the largest hydroelectric power plants in the world, with a capacity of 124,000 kilowatts (124 megawatts). Today, it is still considered one of the largest high-pressure storage power plants in Germany, generating around 300 million kilowatt hours (300 gigawatt hours) per year. It has been a protected industrial monument since 1983.

Kochel and Murnau attract visitors with the museums of the Blue Riders, who included Gabriele M├╝nter, Wassily Kandinsky and Franz Marc.