Reichersbeuern is a municipality in the Upper Bavarian district of Bad Tölz- Wolfratshausen and office of the Management Community Reichersbeuern with Sachsenkam and Greiling.

  • 6.1 traffic
  • 6.2 educational institutions
  • 6.3 Leisure and sports facilities
  • 7.1 Sons and daughters of the town


Reichersbeuern is located directly on the edge of the foothills between wooded hills.


The population of Reichersbeuern has risen steadily since the first official survey in 1840. 1840 436 inhabitants of the village. In 1932, this figure had almost doubled to 992 inhabitants. By 1995, the population rose to 1928. On 31 Dec 2012 Reichersbeuern counted 2232 inhabitants.


Reichersbeuern was a long time the seat of a Hofmark those of Pienzenau and 1818 in the course of administrative reform in the Kingdom of Bavaria an independent municipality. Reichersbeuern since the local government reform in 1978, the seat of the joint management between Reichersbeuern, Sachsenkam and Greiling. Worth seeing is the parish church of St. Korbinian and the castle Reichersbeuern, a former water castle.


Parish council

After the last local election on 2 March 2008 the council has 14 members. The turnout was 74.6 %. The choice was as follows:

Another member and chairman of the municipal council is the mayor.

Coat of arms

The coat of arms description reads: Shared; above in a red gold growing Panter, below in blue on green ground a silver house with a golden roof.


→ List of monuments in Reichersbeuern

Economy and infrastructure


  • Reichersbeuern has since 1872 set a breakpoint on the railway wooden church Lenggries. Here courses Bayerische Oberland Bahn.

Educational institutions

  • Reichersbeuern has not only a primary school on a nationally recognized full-day school with boarding independent agencies in Reichersbeuern castle.

Leisure and sports facilities

  • Natural ice rink SC Reichersbeuern
  • Dual gym at the school


Sons and daughters of the town

  • Joseph Probst ( born March 19, 1816 in Reichersbeuern; † August 7, 1884 in Ecksberg ), priest, founder of the first disability institution in Bavaria in Ecksberg at Mühldorf. Born at Müller am Reith.
  • Balthasar Trischberger ( born December 16, 1721 Reichersbeuern; † December 9, 1777 in Munich), builder of the Baroque.