Schloss Ringberg

Historical Background of Schloss Ringberg
Schloss Ringberg, overlooking the Tegernsee in the foothills of the Bavarian Alps, is a monument commemorating the idiosyncrasy, originality, and remarkable single-mindedness of two men: Duke Luitpold in Bavaria.
The reservation of the convention site is made upon written request of the respective organizer. Please use our reservation request for booking requests, which you send to the convention site by e-mail. The regular reservation procedure takes place every year from January to the beginning of March for the following year. There is an annual information desk at OHB.
5.01 to 5.03 are in the ground floor barrier-free
5.04 to 5.07 are in the first floor

Convention Site

You can reach us very comfortably by train or your own car. You can find your best connections to us quickly online via the train information or the route planner. During the winter season, please bear in mind that the idyllic Tegernsee lies directly at the foot of the Alps, where snow is guaranteed, and that the appropriate winter tyres (with snow chains in reserve if necessary) are urgently required. We wish you a good and safe journey!
Working rooms for meetings, workshops and conferences
There are several rooms available for your conference needs.
Free Dates
It is possible to make a reservation request in addition to our regular procedure. All available places are listed here. Please note that these dates can only be booked by the Max Planck Society and its institutions.


Open House Day 2010

Open House Day 2010

Video of the open house day at Schloss Ringberg in Kreuth am Tegernsee on 26.06.2010 from 10.00 am to 17.00 pm.
Nobel Laureate Gallery

Nobel Laureate Gallery

February 09, 2016
Documentation of the lenticular pictures for the Nobel Laureate Gallery in the conference centre Schloss Ringberg.
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