Frequently Asked Questions

General information
  • Who can attend the Forum Für Freiraum?

    Everyone is welcome! However, we do not tolerate any form of discrimination: racism, anti-Semitism, anti-Gypsyism, anti-Slavism, any form of xenophobia; sexism, misogyny, queer and transphobia; but also any form of nationalism, fascism, rejectionism, classism, ageism and make use of our house rules in case of behaviour violating these basic values.

  • When does the Forum Für Freiraum take place?

    From 26 to 31.12.2022.

  • Where does the Forum für Freiraum take place?

    The Forum will take place at Schillerstraße 38, 80336 Munich. The underground stations nearby are Sendlinger Tor (U3/U6) or Hauptbahnhof (U1/U2/U4/U5), from there it is about a 5-10 minute walk.

  • What is it about?

    The Forum für Freiraum is all about with free spaces - in the entire bandwidth. There is a wide range of free workshops, exhibitions, lectures, discussions and cultural programmes. Everything is about space, art, subculture, utopias and togetherness.

  • Where do I find the programme?

    Click here for the programme overview:

  • How can I sign up?

    You can get your free day ticket via the ticket shop. You can also register for several days.

  • How much do the tickets cost?

    Tickets are free of charge, registration in advance is appreciated.

  • What is the ticket valid for?

    With your day ticket you can participate free of charge in every programme item of the Forum that takes place on the respective day.

  • I registered but didn't get a ticket. What next?

    Please check your spam folder. As long as an order confirmation has appeared at the end of the ticket purchase, your tickets are registered with us. Alternatively, email us at so we can help you.

  • When is the Forum Für Freiraum open?

    On 26.12 from 12:00 to 22:00,
    On 27, 28, 29 and 30.12. each from 10:00 to 22:00
    On 31.12. from 10:00 to 16:00

  • How do I get to the Forum Für Freiraum?

    Schillerstraße 38 is only a 500-metre walk from Munich's main railway station. So it's best to come by public transport: From the main station (U1/U2/U4/U5, all S-Bahns, tram 16, 17, 19, 20) approx. 5 minutes walk or from Sendlinger Tor (U1/U2/U3/U6) approx. 8 minutes walk.

  • Is the access barrier-free?

    Yes, the building is barrier-free, except for a single room in the roof floor, which is an extension of the canteen. Otherwise, every floor is accessible by lifts. There is a barrier-free toilet on the 3rd floor in the second building (back building).

  • How do I recognise the Awareness Team?

    Our team will be present at Schillerstraße 38 the whole time and is clearly recognisable. There are also posters and notices on which you will find a mobile phone number where you can reach a contact person.