From the sleeping car factory to the antique market

In 2013, Wolfgang Nöth and his business partner Andreas Dünkel rented the more than 100-year-old halls of the former sleeping car factory in Neuaubing.

After considerable financial expenditure, the antique market opened in the halls of the former sleeping car factory at the beginning of November 2014.

Several retailers, national and international, offer in their shops a wide and colorful mix for antique and art lovers, collectors and nostalgia fans. Our visitors, not only from Munich and the surrounding area, but from all over the world enjoy this special flair of the antique market, which probably also in terms of the offer, in this form unique in Munich, if not even in Germany.

Parking is sufficiently available.

Public reach the antique market with the S8, station Neuaubing. From Munich Central Station the journey takes 16 minutes, from Munich airport it is less than an hour by S8.

For the physical well-being of the café in the halls of the sleeping car factory with inexpensive dishes.


In Neuaubing, hidden between train, commercial and residential buildings, is one of the two former German workshops of the legendary international sleeping car company. For more than 80 years, the wagons were serviced and repaired here. The German sleeping car and dining car company was a subsidiary of the German Federal Railways, based in Frankfurt am Main.

Die Schlafwagenfabrik