PHOTO: © Bayerische Schlösserverwaltung, Foto: Andrea Gruber

Besichtigung der Parkburgen im Schlosspark Nymphenburg

In the organizer's words:

Nymphenburg is not only one of the most extensive palace complexes in Europe, but also the magnificent, listed park with its unique water features, a rich program of sculptures and the extraordinary park castles.

The palace park covers an area of around 180 hectares within the park walls and provides a habitat for a variety of wild animals.

The four baroque park castles, three of which date from the era of Elector Max Emanuel, are masterpieces of courtly decoration. The Badenburg uniquely combines a banqueting hall, living quarters and a spacious bathing hall. In the Pagodenburg, European and Far Eastern decorations blend to create an exotic ambience. The Magdalenenklause, with its deliberately ruinous architecture, combines a grotto, chapel and austere monastic living quarters to create a courtly hermitage. The Amalienburg hunting lodge, built under Elector Karl Albrecht in 1734-39 by François Cuvilliés, enjoys outstanding status with its grandiose Hall of Mirrors, a major work of European rococo architecture.

There are no regular guided tours of the Nymphenburg Palace complex. The rooms of the park buildings can be visited independently.

Themed tours on specific dates for adults and children in Nymphenburg Palace and Park are announced on the website of the Bavarian Palace Administration.

Special private tours for groups can be booked with the Bavarian Palace Administration.

Tip: The "Nymphenburg Palace Park" app is an ideal companion for exploring the historic park. Information on the history as well as audio documents, pictures and films on the respective location can be accessed at 23 selected stations. All texts in the app are also available as audio files.

The smartphone app is available in German and English and can be downloaded free of charge from the Google Play Store and the iTunes Store: Further information on the "Schlosspark Nymphenburg" app

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Price information:

All information on current prices, reduced admission prices, group rates etc. can be found on the website: Tickets are also available online in the ticket store:


Schloss Nymphenburg Schloß Nymphenburg 1 80638 München

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