TimeRide Munich closed!
Sorry, we can’t be there for you today!
On the recommendation of the city Munich, TimeRide Munich closes temporarily.
Already purchased tickets and vouchers remain valid and can be used after the reopening of the TimeRide location.
For the latest developments during our opening hours please refer to our website www.timeride.de and on social media channels (Facebook and Instagram).
If you have any questions, please feel free to send us an email to email@example.com.
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For general questions about reserving tickets, please contact myTicket directly (firstname.lastname@example.org or +49 (0)180 677 7111). We are happy to answer any other questions via our contact form, e-mail (email@example.com) or telephone.
Feel free to have a look below at our FAQs. This is where we answer your frequently asked questions. You can find our terms and conditions here.
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No need to worry! You wear the VR headsets like you would diving goggles, except that the headsets have two miniature TVs integrated for the eyes.
Yes, in most cases; exceptions include very large glasses such as aviator sunglasses that do not fit inside the VR headset.
People wearing varifocals should take them off before the tour or replace them with single-vision glasses.
Since the TimeRide concept is very much based on a visual experience, severely impaired vision is likely to affect your overall enjoyment. Hearing-impaired people will have hardly any problems enjoying the TimeRide Munich experience. That said, while it’s perfectly possible to enjoy most of the tour without sound, the overall VR experience is nonetheless slightly restricted. Visitors have reported that it is perfectly possible to enjoy the VR experience even with severely impaired vision in one eye (e.g. a glass eye). There are several staircases at our exhibition in Munich. As a result, it is unfortunately not possible for people with limited mobility to visit.
Persons with a severely disabled pass and a degree of disability of 50% are admitted at a reduced price. With the addition “B” in the ID card, an accompanying person receives free admission to the exhibition. During the VR tour, the accompanying person does not take part in the VR tour, but is responsible for supervision.
This regulation applies to pre sold tickets as well as to the box office.
Not at all. In hundreds of test rides, nobody has suffered from any serious motion sickness. Firstly, our VR ride is relatively slow; secondly, vibrations and the feeling of the wind rushing through your hair as you are transported along ensure that visitors experience a highly realistic sense of motion. This eliminates the main factors contributing to motion sickness.
All our stages – including the virtual reality experience – are available in both German and English. Our travel companions provide bilingual tours upon request with the film subtitled in both languages and, during the VR experience itself, each individual visitor can choose between German and English.
Children aged 6 and upwards can take part in the VR tours provided that they are accompanied by an adult. Children younger than 6 are unfortunately unable to take part.
Hold the VR headset like a pair of binoculars and move it vertically upwards and then back down without moving your head until you find the sharpest point.
The VR headset has a fixed focal point, which can vary from person to person.
We offer reservations only for groups of 8 or more. Please use our form to make a group booking. We do not take reservations by telephone.
For smaller groups, please buy advance tickets online or directly in our shop.
Yes, you can. Tickets purchased online are sent by our service provider myTicket. Alternatively, you can use the ‘Print@Home’ option.
For general questions about reserving tickets, please contact myTicket directly (firstname.lastname@example.org or +49 (0)180 677 7111)
Dogs are not allowed, because the supervision during the VR-Experience cannot be guaranteed.
We are a permanent fixture in Munich.
You visit will last between 45 and 50 minutes.