The Zenith, which has made a name for itself far beyond Munich as a concert and event hall, is a jewel among Munich’s venues for events, shows, concerts, trade fairs, and much more besides, on account of its special architectural features.
The listed Zenith cultural hall, a former iron workshop, was built between 1916 and 1918 by order of King Ludwig III of Bavaria. Constructed by Krupp, this historic industrial building served various purposes through the decades, first as the press workshop of the Krupp cannon works, then as a boiler forge of the German Imperial Railways, and later as a locomotive repair shop of the Federal Railways and a suburban railway repair workshop.
Available details about the Zenith:
Technical information > PDF (german)
Zenith seating plan / summer layouts > PDF, german
Zenith seating plan / winter layouts > PDF, german