Impressions of Ostpark
The Ostpark in Munich was opened in 1982 for the growing population of the district of Neuperlach. It was designed by the landscape architect Ludwig Roemer. The hills of the Ostpark were built using the material left over from the metro (U-Bahn) construction. Situated within the park are table tennis tables, a small amphitheater (Theatron) and possibilities to play ball. On the northern side of the park there is the indoor and outdoor bath Michaelibad. Also, a restaurant with a beer garden (Michaeligarten) is located in the park.The Ostpark with benches under the trees.This is the entrance to the public indoor and outdoor bath Michaelibad.Meadows of the Ostpark with view of residential buildings in the background.Ready for the beergarden.View torwards some residential buildings.Tables and chairs for socializing.The amphitheater out of stone.Public toilets in the Ostpark.The beer garden Michaeligarten.Possibility for playing games.The vantage point of the highest hill in the Ostpark.Sculpture located in the park.View towards Neuperlach.Colorful flowers bloom in July.
Michaeligarten: https://www.michaeligarten.de/ (in German)
Michaelibad: https://www.swm.de/baeder/schwimmen-sauna/michaelibad (in German)