Are you ready for a journey through time back to Bavarian monarchy?
Then we would like to welcome you to the Nymphenburg Palace & Park where baroque stylization and free nature are united.
The Nymphenburg palace was a present for the Bavarian electoral couple Ferdinand Maria and Henriette Adelaide in 1662 which was then used by the couple as a summer residence. Today it is a famous destination for visitors because of its beautiful baroque buildings. You can visit the famous Steinerne Saal or the birth room of King Ludwig the 2nd.
The Park with its legendary sculptures, cascades and fountains, is also a must-see.
What you will see
- Beautiful park & gardens of the palace
- Baroque buildings
- Famous Steinerne Saal
- Birth room of King Ludwig the 2nd
- Fountains, sculptures and cascades
- Hall of mirrors
- Workroom of the queen
Duration: min. 3 hours
The sequence of the sights can vary. Admissions according to the programme are included.
April-October: 9a m until 6 pm
November-March: 10 am until 4 pm