Herzkasperlzelt Oktoberfest Tent Guide: Reservations, Photos & More!

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The Herzkasperlzelt tent at Munich’s world-famous Oktoberfest is best known for its cozy atmosphere and lively musical performances.

And if you’re currently planning your own Oktoberfest trip, you might be wondering how to get reservations to the Herzkasperlzelt tent, or maybe just curious to take a peek inside.

If so, you’re in luck! Read on for an overview of the Herzkasperlzelt tent at Oktoberfest, from seating capacity and what beer they serve to a (more personal) assessment on the tent’s overall vibe, based on personal experience.

PS: Want to read more about Oktoberfest’s tents? Check out our full ranking of Oktoberfest tents in Munich.

Herzkasperlzelt Basic Facts

Beer served at this Oktoberfest tent: Hacker-Pschorr

Indoor seating capacity: 1500

Outdoor seating capacity: 1000

How to Get Reservations at the Herzkasperlzelt

Reservations open: Now

Reservations made by: Online form here

Special notes: This is a very small tent and it’s located in the “Oide Wiesn” part of Oktoberfest which has a 3 euro admission fee, but your reservation package will come with entry bracelets. Bracelets and tickets are ONLY available via mail, and will be sent to you after you’d paid your invoice.

How to get reservations at the Herzkaspertzelt Oktoberfest tent: 

The reservation portal is currently open here, with an online form to fill out with all your details:

Overall Herzkasperlzelt Decor & Vibe

As the second tent in the Oide Wiesn, this small, cozy and intimate tent is definitely a different experience than a regular “big” tent at Oktoberfest.

It’s mostly locals you’ll find here, with nobody dancing on benches, but instead at a cute dance area by the stage. This isn’t your typical Oktoberfest experience, that’s for sure.

I loved the coziness of this tent! I didn’t stay long, and it’s certainly not what you’d get at a big tent, but that’s what I liked about it. It felt mostly like a low-key place where locals went to have a nice evening out, and not necessarily get sloppy.

It’s a sweet spot to stop by, even just to spy on the adorable couples dancing.

More Photos from the Herzkasperlzelt

We Hope You Enjoyed This Guide to the Herzkasperlzelt at Oktoberfest!

Have you been to this tent before? If so, be sure to share your experience in the comments to help other Oktoberfest visitors in the future. Prost!

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