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Sauna at Müller'sches Volksbad

The Müller’sche Volksbad is Munich’s most splendid swimming pool. With magnificent decor, the art nouveau baths, which are steeped in history, possess the resplendent style of a bygone era. Expertly restored and equipped with state-of-the-art technology, it offers sauna-goers exclusive sweating-cure treatments.

The architectural centerpiece of the sauna facilities is the main dome-covered area. In the middle, the warm-water pool is heated to a pleasant temperature (around 34° C). The alcove at the top end houses the refreshing cold-water pool (around 15° C) and the “iron maiden” cold shower.

The Müller’schen Volksbad’s sauna facilities also include a Finnish sauna (around 95° C) with changing colored light and the Roman steam bath with a large steam room (around 45° C) and fountain, warm and hot rooms heated to varying temperatures (around 45° C, 60° C and 80° C) and the new open-air courtyard.

Unwind in art nouveau surroundings

There is an area with loungers on the upper floor for relaxation between sauna sessions. Individual cubicles with loungers are also available for those who prefer more privacy.

You can take advantage of a wide range of massages to relax the muscles.


Müller´sches Volksbad
Rosenheimer Straße 1
81667 München


Travelling with MVG public transport
S1 bis S8, Tram 17 (Isartor)
Tram 18 (Deutsches Museum)
StadtBus 132 (Ludwigsbrücke)

Opening times:

Sauna*: Daily 9 a.m. - 11 p.m.

* Ladies only all day on Tuesdays and  from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.  on Fridays. Mixed sauna on all other days and public holidays.

Prices (incl. swimming pool):

Admission prices are listed in the PDF-file:

Admission prices for M-Bäder (PDF, 194 KB)

What Müller'sches Volksbad’s sauna facilities have to offer:

  • Roman steam bath (around 45° C) with warm and hot rooms heated to different temperatures
  • Steam bath (around 45° C)
  • Finnish sauna (around 95° C) with colored lights
  • Open-air courtyard
  • Cold pool (around 15° C)
  • Hot tub (around 34° C)
  • Relaxation cubicles

M-Bäderkarte savings

Use the M-Bäderkarte at all M-Bäder public swimming pools and saunas and pay less. M-Bäderkarte
M/Bäder Sauna Frauen

Salt and honey

Visitors are given salt and honey three times a day for beautiful, healthy skin at SWM’s steam baths. Salt and honey