Tips for "bad weather-days"

Monte Mare
Local History Museum
Wasmeier Open-Air Museum
Wendelstein-Circle Line

Wendelstein-Circle Line

The Wendelstein- Circle Line trip will take you  approximately 3.5 hours and is an ideal way to visit many sights along the way, because you can get off the bus and hop back on the next one during the whole trip. This bus ride is also suitable, if you want to start a walking tour to the mountains. On rainy days you can stay inside the bus and enjoy the environment by just  looking outside the window.

During summer the Wendelstein- Circle Line buses operate four times a day and drive around Mount Wendelstein. Mount Wendelstein has a height of 1.838 metres and is the highest peak of the Weldelstein massif. During winter no Wendelstein- Circle Line bus service is available.

You can view the current timetable online and download it. The homepage of the Wendelstein- Circle Line also shows tours and excursion opportunities as well as information about rates, combination tickets and an overview of all villages around.

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Tel. +49(0)8066 906333
E-Mail: info(at)

monte mare Vitaltherme (monte mare vital thermal bath)

On rainy days there is still so much to experience in the region of Schliersee. You and your family can spend some quality time at the „monte mare Vitaltherme and Sauna Schliersee”.

The swimming-pool is 25 metres long and the water is 30° C warm. Inside the pool you can make yourself comfortable on a massage- or fizzy water-lounger and your children can explore the great children´s area. The children´s area has interactive water games and the water is 34° C. Lots of fun is also to slide down the 50 metres long „Black-Hole“. Inside the slide is equipped with light- and sound effects. Inside the outside brine pool  with its fizzy water grotto the water is 32° C. The whirlpool is heated to 35° C.

After staying inside the water for a while, you can lay down inside. Here you will find a huge lying surface with heated lounges. Adults can also visit the tanning beds or the textile steam bath.

The thermal bath is opened every day between 10.00 a.m. and 08.00 p.m. Please visit  for further information (opening hours, fees and special rates).

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monte mare Schliersee
Perfallstraße 4
(at the Vitalwelt)
83727 Schliersee
Phone: +49(0)8026 92090-0
E-Mail: schliersee(at)

Markus Wasmeier Open-Air Museum

The Markus Wasmeier Open-Air Museum has been opened in May 2007. It is a small village with lots of farms and has been initiated by Markus Wasmeier - double Olympic gold medallist and world champion. The aim of the exhibition is to preserve and protect the cultural heritage for future generations.

The skiing legend Markus Wasmeier not only was one of the best German skiers. He achieved his greatest success in giant slalom and in 1985 the world championship. During the Olympic Games in 1994 in Lillehammer he won a gold medal for Super-G and giant slalom. The same year he has been nominated as the first male skier for Sportsman of the year.

After the Markus Wasmeier Open-Air Museum in Schliersee has been opened, he has been awarded with the Bavarian sports prize in the category "Top athlete plus" and the Bavarian OM. He is very  attached to his home country and therefore he has also been awarded as citizen of honour in his home town Schliersee.

The Markus Wasmeier Open-Air Museum Schliersee is in Fischhausen-Neuhaus, near the southern bank of lake Schliersee. On a terrain of 60.000 square metres you will find ten historical buildings with farms from the upland. Here you and your family can see how the people have lived and worked during the last centuries. Every single component of every house has been transported to Neuhaus, restored and rebuilt.

Almost all buildings at the Markus Wasmeier Open-Air Museum are barrier-free accessible. At the public house you also can find a dissability-friendly lavatory. Most of the buildings can be visited with a carer. Wheelchairs can be borrowed free of charge on site for every visitor depending on  this helping aid.

Dog owners and their leashed four-legged friends are always welcome, too. In front of all renovated buildings there are special hooks for leashes. Please notice that dogs are not allowed to enter the buildings. At the cash till excrement bags are being handed out. These bags are free of charge. After you have cleaned up after your dog, please through the bag in the rubbish bin.

On the grassland of the museum you will find old breeds of farm animals, some of them are even endangered, e.g. chickens, geese, cows, pigs and mountain sheep. Also, old cultivated plants, Alpine herbs and several vegetables also are being cultivated on the grassland and in the cottage gardens.

If you are hungry, come and visit the guest house or the beer garden and enjoy some Bavarian specialities. Also do not miss tasting some beer which has been being brewed in the brewery of the museum which is called the „Schöpfbrauerei". The traditional recipe is about 300 years old.

At regular intervals also events take place at the Markus Wasmeier Open-Air Museum Schliersee. All information about cultural events, handcraft markets, music events and the Christmas market, as well as the opening hours, admission charges and other services can be found at

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„Markus Wasmeier open-Air Museum Schliersee"

Brunnbichl 5
83727 Schliersee / Neuhaus
Phone: +49(0)8026 92922-0
Telefax: +49(0)8026 92922-29
E-Mail: office(at)


SLYRS Bavarian Single Malt Whiskey Distillery was founded in 1999 by Florian Stetter. During an educational trip through Scotland, he thought it would be a great idea to produce Whiskey in Bavaria. At the Hopf Brewery in Miesbach he learnt to be a brewer. During this time, he produced his first Whiskey mash.

The name „Slyrs" has been the name of a monastery at the lake Schliersee. At the same time this name still is used as an expression for the green-yellow streaks found inside the mountain sediments. You can see them throughout the whole region of Schliersee. This is why the whole region also has been called „Slyrs". During the passage of time the name changed and nowadays is known as „Schliersee".

2007 the company moved to Neuhaus and Florian Stetter passed the management to his brother Anton and his business executive Thomas Flothmann. All Whiskeys are made of Bavarian corn and Alpine mountain water. The most popular Whiskeys are the three year old Single Malt Vintage Whiskey, developed by Hans Kemenater and his team, SLYRS Whisky Liqueur (30 % Vol.), the Barrel-Finishings of the SLYRS Whiskeys and the limited editions SLYRS Whiskeys, which are being stored in up to 50 year old barrels of the port wine wineries of the Duoro Valley and the most famous Bodegas of Jerez. 2014 the SLYRS Bavarian Single Malt Whisky Distillery won an award for „Best Single Malt Whisky in Europe“ for the finishing in a PX barrel.

Visit the adventure distillery in Schliersee/Neuhaus and get to know everything about the Whiskey production. Watch the video film about the whole distillation procedure and then join a guided tour through the distillery or discover the factory on your own. All details are shown on information boards and at the end of every tour, you can take part at a dégustation on the gallery of the barrel hall. Here you can also enjoy looking at the Wendelstein massif.

Inside the Slyrs Shop you will find lots of souvenirs, accessories, Lantenhammer Fruit Brandy and SLYRS Bavarian Single Malt Whisky. Please notice, the purchase is limited to one bottle per person.

Opening hours:

  • Monday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m, also on public holidays
  • Public Guided tour on mondays at 2 p.m.


  • Monday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., no advanced reservation necessary but welcome

Admission charges:

  • Entrance fee/walk-through: 9,90 €
  • Guided tours:   90,00 € per group, entrance fee 9,90€ per person
  • Free admission for Children and Teenager up to 18 years (no dégustation)

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SLYRS Destillery
Bayrischzeller Straße 13
83727 Schliersee/Neuhaus
Phone: +49 (0)8026 9222795
Fax: +49 (0)8026 9222933
E-Mail: info(at)


Lantenhammer Distillery

Especially on rainy days time seems to tick away very slowly and nobody really is in the mood to go for a walk or to stay outside. Still, you shouldn't stay inside your hotel room all day long, how about visiting some exciting places, e.g. the Lantenhammer experience distillery in Hausham. The distillery is opened from Monday to Saturday between 10.00 a.m. and 06.00 p.m.

Amalie and Josef Lantenhammer founded the Lantenhammer distillery in 1928. In the meantime this company is being managed in third generation. Besides traditional schnapps and liqueurs, also new and very tasty innovations as well as unfiltered noble brandies are being made by professional distillers. 2011 the first Bavarian Vodka has been produced. It´s called „Bavarka“. All spirituous beverages are regarded as unique product in the region of Schliersee.

During a guided tour inside the Lantenhammer experience distillery in Hausham you can see one of the latest distilleries in Europe. All brandies are stocked inside special stoneware containers for several years. Only because of this special kind of stocking, the brandies develop a unique aroma and still taste very mild. The interior of the distillery is visible for all visitors because of the large windows.

Every Monday at 02.00 p.m. and Wednesday at 04.00 p.m. public tours without dégustation take place. The entrance fee for adults is 10,00 Euros. Children and Teenager are free of charge. Customised tours only take place after prior arrangement reservation during 10.00 a.m. and 04.00 p.m. from Monday to Saturday. These tours include dégustations and a cinema show and cost 60,00 Euros plus 6,00 Euros per participant. The dégustation takes place in the so called „Schatzkammer“ (=treasure chamber).

After the tour, you can buy Lantenhammer noble brandies and liqueurs, Bavarka Bavarian Vodka and Gin as well as selected accessories and gift articles inside the in-house shop. By the way, you can also choose  some  beverages  as presents for all your loved ones at home. At the distillery in Hausham seminars and other events take place on a regular basis and are very popular. Here you can learn everything about Whisky, wine, cocktails and Gin and which dish and drink really match.

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Lantenhammer Erlebnisdestillerie
Josef-Lantenhammer-Platz 1
83734 Hausham
Phone: +49(0)8026 92480
E-Mail: erlebnisdestillerie(at)

„Spiel- und Sportarena in Bad Wiessee“ (Play- and Sportsarena in Bad Wiessee)

The weather isn't always on our side. But still you can have a great day with your loved ones during your stay in the Schliersee region, even if the weather is bad.

The „Spiel- und Sportarena in Bad Wiessee“ (Play- and Sportsarena in Bad Wiessee) offers fun and action for the whole family. Children and adults can jump, climb, rant and rave, regardless of how the weather is. The roof of the hall is opened as soon as the sun shines and during warm days. All playground-facilities and the equipment is TÜV-certified (TÜV = Association for Technical Inspection) and wearing socks is compulsory.


The „Spiel- und Sportarena in Bad Wiessee“ is opened Monday to Friday between 02.00 p.m. as well as 07.00 p.m. and on weekends, holidays and during the Bavarian school holidays between 11.00 a.m. and 07.00 p.m.  Here you and your children can drive go-kart, play table tennis, climb inside the climbing labyrinth or play soccer on the soccer field. You also can watch your children playing and have a cup of coffee in between. If you are planning to come as a group of pupils, kindergarteners, etc., please arrange an appointment. It is also possible to celebrate birthday parties at the „Spiel- und Sportarena in Bad Wiessee“.

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Spiel- und Sportarena GmbH & Co. KG
Wilhelminastr. 9
83707 Bad Wiessee
Phone: +49(0)8022 8817
Fax: +49(0)8022 9153160
E-Mail: info(at)

„Spielstadl Fischbachau“ (Playground inside and outside of a barn in Fischbachau)

It doesn't matter if it´s raining or if the sun is shining, at the so called Spielstadl-„Hüpf Schupf Guglhupf“ in Fischbachau you and your family will have lots of fun. Inside the barn and even outside you will find a huge playground.  The countrywoman of the barn welcomes all her guests. You will also meet the rooster called Fridolin, his hen, rabbits and the goats Lisa and Lena.

The „Spielstadl Fischbachau“ is opened from May to October on Friday, Saturday and Sunday between 02.00 p.m. and 06.00 p.m. Here children can climb inside a straw fortress, jump inside the hay barn or move along the climbing path. The entrance fee for children is 3,50 Euros. Adults and accompanying persons are free of charge. Next to the „Spielstadl Fischbachau“ lies the on-site café. Here you can make yourself at home, have a cup of coffee, enjoy a piece of cake and watch your children having fun on the playground. Your children can also stop by and eat some home-made ice cream, drink some Cappuccino for children or a so called „Schiwasser”.

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Gertraud Hofer
Grünberg 2
83730 Fischbachau - Ortsteil Schneider
Phone: +49(0)8028 601
E-Mail: gruenberghof(at)


Imagine, you and your loved ones are staying in Schliersee for your holidays and you really do not know, what to do on rainy days. How about visiting the „Oberland Kinocenter”, a multiplex cinema in Hausham?

All four cinema halls are equipped with digital projectors and with 3D. If you would love to see a Blockbuster in 3D, please take notice of the current programme and the special marked features. All in all the multiplex cinema has space for 414 persons.

Every day the performances start at 05.30 p.m. and at 08.00 p.m. On the weekends and during feast days  motion pictures are also shown at 10.30 p.m. and on Friday to Sunday at 03.00 p.m. During the Bavarian holidays the newest films are shown at 03.00 p.m, 05.30 p.m. and 08.00 p.m. as well as on Fridays, Saturdays and on feast days at 10.30 p.m.

You can buy your tickets at the „Oberland Kinocenter” half an hour before the first film starts. The ticket office is consistently opened until the end of the last film.

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Oberland Kinocenter
Bergwerkstr. 1
83734 Hausham
Phone: +49(0)8026 93390

Kletterstadl Aurach (Climbing barn Aurach)

Climbing is not only a very healthy full-body-training for adults and children, it also stimulates your power of concentration and is also very exciting. The so called „Kletterstadl Aurach” (Climbing barn Aurach) is a small climbing hall which is being operated by the section Leitzachtal of the German Alpine Association (Deutschen Alpenverein e. V.). The climbing surface area is about 200 square metres big and the walls are maximum 8 metres high. The boulder area has a size of approximately 80 square metres. The gym hall lies in Fischbach, local centre Aurach, next to the A-Road B307 between Schliersee and Bayrischzell.

The „Kletterstadl Aurach” is opened every Wednesday from 07.00 p.m. to 09.00 p.m. and Saturdays from 04.00 p.m. to 09.00 p.m. Out of hours the climbing hall is only opened for owners of an annual ticket. After your registration, you will receive a key. With this key it is possible to enter every section of the climbing hall.

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Climbing and boulder centre in Weyarn

If you want to do some climbing, regardless of the weather, then come and visit the so called „KletterZ'”  in Weyarn. Here you can book single training courses as well as compact-, taster-, parent-and-child-, lead-climbing- and top-rope-courses. You also will find special offers for company events and children's birthday parties. Please book your course at least three days before the course takes place. Seminars and fitness courses take place regularly in the multi-purpose-room. If you are hungry, just visit the bistro or the pub garden. Here you can order pizza, bagels and organic-fairtrade-coffee.

The Climbing and boulder centre Weyarn / Leifheit Hall offers a great choice of courses for beginners and professionals. The hall opened on October 31st in 2015. It is the largest hall of the uplands and provides more than 300 climbing- and boulder-routes on a surface area of 2.500 square metres. The routes are up to 16 metres high and 25 metres long. All in all there are six different gym halls. The biggest hall offers a climbing area of 675 square metres. Here you can climb up the 16 metres high walls or try to move along the five metres long overhanging area. There also are different kinds of boulder rooms, an instruction area, an adventure section with an interactive climbing wall, a therapy zone and since May 16th an exterior wall inside the climbing centre. The boulder hall is 600 square metres big and is also open since 2016.


Opening hours:


Thursday         07:00 a.m. –11:00 p.m.

Friday              09:00 a.m. –11:00 p.m.

Saturday         09:00 a.m. –10:00 p.m.

Sunday            09:00 a.m.–11:00 p.m.

Monday           09:00 a.m. –11:00 p.m.

Tuesday          07:00 a.m. –11:00 p.m.

Wednesday     09:00 a.m. –11:00 p.m.

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Kletter- und Boulderzentrum Weyarn / Leifheit Halle
(Climbing and boulder centre in Weyarn)

Am Weiglfeld 30, Weyarn
Office hours: Mo - Fr from 9.00 a.m. - 04.00 p.m.
Phone:+49(0)178 4751545
Anmeldung unter : info(at)

Mining museum

Inside the mine of Hausham almost 25 million tonnes of bituminous coal has been mined until the pit was closed in 1966. Bituminous coal is a type of coal with has a natural mineral deposit age of approximately 35 million years. About 80 % is inflammable and it has a water and ash content of up to 10 %. During the 16th century the so called  „black gold“ has already been mined in the Bavarian Uplands. Bituminous coal can be found all over the rivers Lech and Inn. 1860 people started mining coal in Hausham. While visiting the mine, do not miss seeing the pit frame of the „Klenze” duct and the mining museum in the basement of the town hall of Hausham. They all are really worth visiting.

The mining museum of Hausham shows visitors, how the former miners worked. They also can learn something about the earth history of the Bavarian Uplands. Inside the museum mining tools, instruments,  pit tool kits, maps, models and an original display of one of the coal mines as well as fossils and minerals are presented. During the tour through the museum, visitors can see pictures, slides and short films. On the first Saturday of the month the museum is opened from 02.00 p.m. to 04.00 p.m. The entrance fee for adults is 2,00 Euros and for children 1,00 Euro. Please call 49(0)8026/58889 or +49(0)8026/3909-0 in advance to arrange special tours for groups of 10 persons and more.

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For more information or enquiries, please contactThe lobby of the mining museum in Hausham  Interessenkreis Bergbaumuseum Hausham e.V., Josef Danninger, Wörnsmühler Straße 2 83734 Hausham Phone: +49(0)8026/58889



Bowling in Miesbach

During your stay in the region of Schliersee you can choose lots of extracurricular activities. If the weather is not so nice and you are not in the mood walking around, you don't have to stay inside your hotel room all day long. How about having a good time at the bowling alley in the basement of the club house of the „ASV Miesbach e. V.”? The fee for one of four bowling alleys is 7,00 Euros for one hour.

After bowling, you then can sit down inside the club´s own restaurant and have a snack, e.g. a Bavarian „Brotzeit” or another regional speciality.

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ASV Miesbach 1912 e. V.
Am Windfeld 42
83714 Miesbach
Phone +49 (0)8025 281810

E-Mail: steirerbua(at)

Local museum

The local museum of Schliersee provides lots of information about the history of the region, its people and culture. The historical building is not the only treasure worth visiting, also the traditional costumes of the 17th up to the 20th century and the artfully designed glass from the glass factory of Schliersee, produced during 1870 to 1914.  

Agricultural tools, as well as machines for the production of linen and fishing tackles are shown in the attic. A smaller sized reproduction of an Alpine hut shows the life of a woodcutter during the old days. Also very interesting, the everyday life and the articles of daily use of the people, living during the time of the industrialisation, e.g. a birch plane (1/3 of the original size).

Since 1916 this historical building is used as local museum. It lies in the heart of Schliersee and has been built during the 14th century as the so called „Schredl“-House. The building with its natural stone storefront was owned by the former county „Hohen Waldeck". The ceilings, e.g. joist ceilings of the rooms, the smoke room (=„Raachkuchä") with its basic commodities and the tunnel vault (=„Waldeckerbau") are still original. Next to the original building you will find another house. This farm has been built during the 15th century.

The local museum of Schliersee is open from early May to the end of October. All year long guided tours can be booked for groups of three persons and more. In order to plan these tours, please call Mr. Berndt (+49(0)8026 4397) within three days previously.

The entrance fee is 3,- Euro for adults and children up to 16 years 1,- Euro. Children under 6 years are free of charge. Adults owning the Schliersee Guest Card only are charged a fee of 2,00 Euro.

The „Heimatfreunde Schliersee"(=local club of the region of Schliersee) invites everyone to join the end of the year event taking place on December 31st. Every year at 6 p.m. the tower trumpeters (=Schlierseer Turmbläser) play in front of the local museum - a wonderful way to say farewell to the old year and to welcome the new year.

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local museum of Schliersee
Lautererstraße 8, 83727 Schliersee
Phone: +49(0)8026 7343
Opening hours: Wed to Sat from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
The museum is opened from May to October
Registration required for guided tours (all year long)
Mr. Berndt +49(0)8026 4397

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