History of the Hotel

The Hotel Wilder Mann is the first choice for travellers who value the atmosphere and central location of a historical hotel.

In the Heart of Passau

You will stay in the heart of the old town of Passau in a carefully renovated historical building that goes back to the Middle Ages and now is a perfect hotel, closest to all sights, which you can easily reach on foot.

Booking Directly

means you will receive
- free admission to the Glasmuseum Passau worth 8 € per person
- the best available rate
- personal assistance and special options concerning room selection

Visit of the Empress

Empress Elisabeth of Austria ("Sisi") stayed from September 8-14 1862 in the Hotel Wilder Mann. She traveled with a special train from Vienna to Passau and in the Wilder Mann she met her mother Duchess Ludowika of Bavaria and other relatives.

The First Man on the Moon

On March 15, 1985, the Hotel Wilder Mann and the Passau Glass Museum were opened by Neil A. Armstrong, the first man on the moon.

Hotel and Glass Museum

30.000 exhibits with more than 15.000 on display show the incredible art and diversity of glassmaking in Europe in the period from 1650 to 1950. The Passau Glass Museum and the Hotel Wilder Mann are in the same historical building.

Hotel Wilder Mann


Glasmuseum Passau