High strikers have been the means of choice for decades for muscle men trying to convince their beloved of their capabilities (to ring a bell).
Often, it's the smallest things, which cause the biggest astonishment. At the Flee Circus, the tiniest artists imaginable try to do so with their stunts.
Even more for the ride itself, the carousel is famous for its own brass band, which assures the acoustic entertainment of the riders.
The most famous show of Oktoberfest has been around since 1869. Almost any Municher at least knows the legendary parade which is held in front of the theater.
No Oktoberfest attraction attracts more viewers than the Toboggan. Each day, it challenges the balance of hundreds and amuses thousands who watch.
Once a fixture on fairgrounds all over the country, illusionists are now mainly a thing of the past. “Revue der Illusionen” keeps classic illusions alive.
No Oktoberfest ride is older than the “Witches’ Swing”. It was 1894 when it first fooled the sense of orientation of its brave riders.
For many, an Oktoberfest visit without the „Devil’s Wheel“ is unimaginable. Watching its participants facing centrifugal challenges, is just too much fun.
The “Russian Wheel” is a relic of a time in which big wheels didn't have to be that big after all, but instead spun their riders much faster than today.
The characteristic Oktoberfest Ferris Wheel has turned into a landmark since its inauguration in 1979. And this is not completely unearned.