The geophysics section of the department of Earth- and Environmental Sciences is located on the 4th floor of the LMU building at Theresienstrasse 41 in Munich, on the corner of Barerstrasse and Theresienstrasse, right next to the well-known modern art museum "Pinakothek der Moderne", and in the same building as the mineralogical museum "Reich der Kristalle". Easy access exists via the mineralogical museum entrance. The building is open to the public from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m., except for holidays and weekends.
Parking space around us is scarce, so we advise using public transport.
For our location please refer to the marker on this map:
Geophysics Main Railway Station (Hauptbahnhof) Karlsplatz / Stachus
Munich is part of the Intercity and Regional railway system of the Deutsche Bahn. Long-distance trains stop at Munich Main Railway Station (München Hauptbahnhof). From Munich Main Railway Station take any interurban train (S-Bahn) in direction "Marienplatz" / "Ostbahnhof". Get out at the next station "Stachus/Karlsplatz". Follow the sign to the tram line nr. 27. Take the tram 27 in direction "Petuelring" and get off at the third station called "Pinakotheken". Alternatively you take Bus 100 from Hauptbahnhof. Bus 100 leaves every 10 min just outside the northern side entrance of the station: walk to the end of the train tracks and turn left. Get off at the fourth station called "Pinakotheken".
Munich is connected by several daily flights to all national, European and international cities. From Munich Airport, the Geophysics institute can be reached by taking the interurban train (S-Bahn): either S1 destination "Ostbahnhof" or S8 destination "Herrsching". In both cases, exit the S-Bahn at the station "Stachus/Karlsplatz". Follow the sign to the tram line nr. 27. Take the tram 27 in direction "Petuelring" and get off at the third station called "Pinakotheken".