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MÜNSTER

From idyllic medieval market squares to cutting-edge art spaces, the historic German city of Münster is more than meets the eye.

curated by

David Deilmann of Factory Hotel

Neighborhood Guide: Münster
A Münster native and fierce advocate for the city, David Deilmann is never happier than when he’s talking about what to experience in his hometown. Here are some of his must-see locations, from scenic bike rides to modern galleries:
  • DINING

    I GALLETTI

    "I actually ran a live jazz club in this space for two years while the hotel was being planned, but now you can get great typical Italian food here—pasta, pizza, antipasti. In the middle of the restaurant they have a big charcoal grill for fish and meat." An der Germania Brauerei 4
    +49 251 2390 767
    I GALLETTI

  • SHOPPING

    MÜNSTER WOCHENMARKT

    A must-do for visitors, every Wednesday and Saturday, the market fills up with stands where you can eat, or shop, or just walk around. Domplatz
    +49 251 2006 333
    MÃ?NSTER WOCHENMARKT

  • DINING

    ALTES GASTHAUS LEVE

    "You shouldn’t miss this—it’s one of the oldest eating establishments in Münster. You can get typical Westfalian cuisine here: local specialties, filling homey cuisine, and lots of different kinds of beer. " Alter Steinweg 37
    +49 2514 5595
    ALTES GASTHAUS LEVE

  • ART & CULTURE

    GALERIE STEINROETTER

    "Located in the historic downtown, this gallery has shown a lot of established artists, including painter Klaus Fussman. The owner’s son recently opened up his own gallery in Münster, called FB69, which is also a great place to see contemporary art." Rothenburg 16
    +49 2514 4400
    GALERIE STEINROETTER

  • ART & CULTURE

    PICASSO MUSEUM

    "This fascinating museum showcases a lot of lithographs by Picasso. But they also have regular rotating exhibitions by other artists that were doing work during the same time period." Picassoplatz 1
    +49 251 4144 710
    PICASSO MUSEUM

  • NIGHTLIFE

    FYAL

    "I probably shouldn’t be mentioning this one, since I own it, but I think the café is really a unique space for Münster. It’s a nice, uncomplicated, relaxed place, where you can forget about time passing and just spend a whole day hanging out among a mixture of students and non-students and people with children. And there are always events, like art shows and DJs." Geisbergweg 8
    FYAL

Author

THOMAS ROGERS

Tags

FACTORY HOTEL | MUENSTER


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