Castles in Munich
Featuring a range of architectural styles influenced by the Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo and Neo-Classical periods, it is Germany’s largest inner city palace and one of the leading interior design museums in Europe, showcasing a number of very interesting exhibits:
- The Herkulessaal (Hercules Hall) that is today used for concerts
- The Hofgarten which is over 400 years old
- The Treasury (Schatzkammer) which houses the state coin collection
- The Cuvilliés Theatre
- The Residenz Museum
April – 19th October from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (last admission 5 p.m.)
20th October – March 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (last admission 4 p.m.)
The Residenz is closed on Carnival Tuesday (Shrove Tuesday) and on December 24th and 25th as well as New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.
As the Vier Jahreszeiten is just a short walk from the Residenz, it is the perfect place to stay. Book now!
Image Copyright: Tourismusamt München Fritz Mader
Located in one of the city's most beautiful parks, Nymphenburg castle is the best places to learn more about the royal family of Bavaria and embrace the classic design of the baroque period. Visit one of the three museums, enthuse over the magnificent architecture of the castle and marvel at the unrivalled beauty of its gardens. Take an official tour or absorb the sights at your own leisure, before picking up a souvenir in the museum shop of the Bavarian Palace Department. No matter your age, this step back in time is sure to impress.