Jutta Müller-Vornehm, piano, and Florian Meierott, violin, in a discussion concert about Beethoven and Müller-Vornehm's relationship to Burghausen [more]

Due to the measures to contain the Covid-19 virus that will apply from today, the public guided tours planned for November have been cancelled. TUM Science & Study Center herewith follows the decision of the Bavarian Government from October 29, 2020. [more]

The offer of the public guided tours has been well received this year. Since all upcoming dates until the end of the year are already booked out, an additional date will be offered. Registrations for this are running already. [more]

On October 02 - 04, 2020 the Kulturbüro of the city of Burghausen organised their first Retreat at the TUM Science & Study Center Raitenhaslach and in the sports hall of DJK-SV-Raitenhaslach. The weekend in the name of yoga, meditation and mindfulness was received with great... [more]

In these unusual times, it is important to plan ahead with foresight. The TUM Science & Study Center’s calendar for 2021 and 2022 is filling up already. [more]

The festival will take place for the third time in the former monastery Raitenhaslach from August 20 – 23, 2020. [more]

With great anticipation, TUM Science & Study Center awaits its first guests! After being closed for three months, we are happy to start-up again! [more]

Happy Easter!

In these unusual times we nevertheless wish you happy Easter days! [more]

As already in 2019, the Technical University of Munich (TUM) will also participate in the colorful Easter event of the city of Burghausen this year, “Easter egg hunt extra long”. [more]

On March 14 the popular public tours through the TUM Science & Study Center Raitenhaslach will continue. [more]