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Visit to the Nymphenburg Palace in Munich

Its name means the castle of the nymph and is located in Munich. Nymphenburg is a Baroque palace and was the summer residence of the former rulers of Bavaria.

Today it is one of the main attractions of Munich that is worth visiting if you are in Munich.


Several rooms are decorated in Baroque style while others have been renovated in Rococo and Neoclassical style.

Each room in different colors and decoration.

Part of the palace is the Marstall Museum which has a large exhibition with carriages and paintings.

There is also the porcelain museum.

Around the palace there is the Nymphenburg park, a huge area full of trees and flowers, fountains and statues.

There are small buildings / palaces in the park.

Badenburg

Amalienburg

Pagodenburg

Magdalenenklause

The lake in front of the palace is very impressive, as well as the canal that crosses the park.

Autumn in the park

The palace in white

Spring landscape

Depending on the season, the park changes its appearance! They are definitely very beautiful in Autumn and Winter, especially if it snows, while in Spring and Summer the blooming flowers give a different color to the landscape.

Access

By metro to the station Rotkreuzplatz and from there by tram. Get off at the Schloss stop Nymphenburg.

Hours

9-6 from April to October 15

10-6 from October 15 to March

The small palaces of the park are open from April to October 15 from 9 am to 6 pm. The rest of the year they are closed.

Tickets

The ticket, which includes all the rooms of the palace, the museums and the small palaces, costs 11.5 euros in summer and 8.5 euros in winter when the small palaces are closed.

If you want to see only the main palace and not the museums, you pay 6 euros.

Admission is free for minors.

Food

There is a restaurant in the palace and a café in the park.

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