Open Day Campus Garching October 3 2024

Discover and try things out: We invite you to experience research up close for a whole day.

Aerial view of the Garching research campus in 2021.

Come to the Garching research campus and experience science in lectures, hands-on activities, guided tours and much more. Whether young or old, there are numerous activities for every one on this day: students, staff and external guests. In addition to TUM, many other research institutions such as the Max Planck and Fraunhofer Institutes will be taking part in the day of action.

Save the date

Address and directions

  • Underground: Garching-Forschungszentrum
  • Bus: Ludwig-Prandtl-Str.; Boltzmannstr.; Garching-Forschungszentrum; Technische Universität; MVV timetable information
  • Car: A9, exit Garching-Nord

Participating institutes

Around 25 research institutions are taking part in the open day. Here you can see a selection of our university’s participating institutes. Please check the respective institute websites to find out whether registration is necessary for individual program items.


Do you have questions? Contact our organisation team:

Further information

You can get an overview of the campus and the action day program on the Garching research campus website (in Geman).

Germany-wide action day on October 3

Open Day with the Mouse 2024

We are also taking part in the nationwide "Doors open with the Mouse" campaign day: some of our open day programmes take place as part of the Mouse Door Opener Day. But don't worry if these dates are already fully booked: There's a lot more to discover for young researchers on the Garching campus on October 3 – no registration required.

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