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Christmas Eve and Day in Munich

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Hello I have 7 nights in munich over Xmas. There are 10 of us of varying ages. I have a schedule worked out. But it is quite empty on Xmas eve and day. I understand many places will be closed. Can anyone tell me a few places/attractions/sights etc that are open on either of these days?
My schedule is below for context.

Sunday - arrive, krampus run, dinner
Monday - BMW world, various museums and markets in munich
Tuesday - Austria day trip
Xmas eve - markets and fancy dinner at hotel
Xmas day - ? And dinner at hofbrahaus
Friday - day trip to Bavarian castles
Sat - some people stay in munich, others take train to Nuremberg for the day.
An - depart for prague.
Thanks. Steve.

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