“Favourite palace of the Bavarian kings and former summer residence of the Wittelsbach dynasty”
Located in the western part of Munich, the palace had originally been planned in baroque style, but was later modified in the style of Rococo and Classicism.
The palace along with Nymphenburg Park and the small Park Palaces forms a unit. As one of the largest royal palaces in Europe, it is home of many famous attractions, for example the Gallery of Beauties.
The palace is home of several museums:
Marstall Museum / Museum of Carriages and Sleighs
The Nymphenburg Porcelain Museum
Museum Mensch und Natur /Man and Nature
Erwin von Kreibig-Museum
The Amalienburg is one of the most exquisite creations in the European Rococo style. The individual rooms are differentiated according to the precepts of French court art.
As a bathing pavilion, the Badenburg belongs to a long tradition dating back to the opulent baths of the Roman emperors and with a temple of Apollo at lake Badenburg.
Was used by the nobles as place of retreat and rest, exquisitely and exoticly arranged and furnished of the 18th century’s China fashion.
The Magdalenenklause was conceived as the living quarters of a hermit and stands in a small, “overgrown” wood.
The entrance of the park is designed in a strict French style, the rest is an English style landscape park. Placed with small streams, canals, cascades and bridges, his path network and artificial lakes, the park appears like a “fairytale forest”.
Schloss Nymphenburg 1, 80638 München
How to get there:
Tram line 17 to stop Schloss Nymphenburg
January-March, November, Dezember: 6 am – 6 pm
April and October: 6 am – 8 pm
May-September: 6 am – 9.30 pm
The Residence in the city center of Munich served as a city palace and residence for the Bavarian dukes, electors and kings as well as a seat of government. The expansive building is the largest city palace in Germany and one of the most important museums of decorative art in Europe. Experience the diversity of the Munich Residence.
Palace and Treasury, Antiquarium, Museum of the Residence, Cuvilliès-Theatre, Court Church of All Saints, the ten courts of the Residence, Herkulessaal and Court Garden
Residenzstrasse 1, 80333 München
How to get there:
All S-Bahn lines (local trains) to Marienplatz or subway lines U4, U5, U3, U6
April-15 October: 9 am – 6 pm (last entry: 5 pm)
16 October-March: 10 am – 5 pm (last entry: 4 pm)
Visit the Nymphenburg palace and the Munich Residence.
Domicile and history of the Bavarian kings .
Do you prefer nature and technology?
Our guests, which are passionate about art and culture
– or if it is raining or cold –
experience the museums of Munich.
Whether Karl Valentin or the history of beer-
let yourself get surprised.
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München ist grün und hat viel zu bieten.
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for bored or darings,