What you wanted to know about the Hi-Sky
When did the Hi-Sky open?
What are the opening hours?
Daily from 10 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Last ride approx. 30 minutes before closing time.
Can I just come by and ride on the Hi-Sky?
Yes, rides without a reservation are possible at any time.
Can a gondola be booked?
Up to 10 gondolas can be booked exclusively for events or private occasions.
Where can tickets and vouchers be purchased?
At the points of sale at the Hi-Sky; online purchases are not yet possible at this time.
How many people does a gondola hold?
Maximum 16 persons (standing).
How many people can enjoy a “Weisswurst Breakfast” together?
Six persons (seated).
How long does a ride last?
Regular: Approx. 30 minutes, various packages take longer
(e.g. the Weisswurst Breakfast lasts approx. 60 minutes)
Where can I find out more about the packages and prices?
Where can I find the latest press release?
How high is the world’s largest transportable Ferris wheel?
The Hi-Sky München is 78 m high and has a wheel diameter of 74 m.
The main axis has a height of 40 m, and the platform measures 29 x 42 m.
What does the world’s largest “transportable” Ferris wheel mean?
In contrast to other well-known Ferris wheels, the Hi-Sky München can be set up and dismantled.
The components fit into about 76 shipping containers, so that the Hi-Sky München can be flexibly relocated.
Who is the manufacturer of the Hi-Sky München?
The Ferris wheel was manufactured by MAURER SE. With its products,
the company is the market leader in the field of steel construction.
For more information, visit www.maurer.eu
Who designed the Hi-Sky München?
The R80XL Ferris Wheel was designed by Ron Bussink, who has already constructed over 100 Ferris wheels.
For more information, visit www.r80xl.com
Who operates the Hi-Sky München?
The Hi-Sky München is operated by the Motorworld Group.
It develops, builds and operates worlds of mobility experiences, including Motorworld München.
For more information, visit www.motorworld.de
Where is the Hi-Sky München located?
For the next two years, the Hi-Sky Muünchen will stand in the Werksviertel-Mitte district of Munich next to the Ostbahnhof railway station.
For more information, visit www.werksviertel-mitte.de