PHOTO: © Bayerische Schlösserverwaltung, Foto: Rainer Herrmann

Besichtigung der Residenz München

In the organizer's words:

Today, the Residenz is the largest inner-city palace in Germany. As the former residence and seat of government of the Bavarian dukes, electors and kings, the Munich Residence impresses visitors from all over the world with over 100 state rooms, banqueting halls, court chapels and art collections. A tour of the Residence Museum with its magnificent Antiquarium and the rooms of the Royal Building as well as a visit to the Treasury offers a hands-on experience of history. In addition to precious collections of furniture, paintings, sculptures, bronzes, clocks and tapestries in the showrooms, there are numerous important special collections on display.

Due to the size of the residence and the large number of viewing options, it is advisable to allow sufficient time for a visit (approx. two hours).

All guests receive a free audio guide to enable them to visit the museum rooms independently (available in German/ English/ Italian/ French/ Spanish/ Russian/ Chinese/ Japanese). There areno regular guided tours in the residence, but various themed tours for children and adults are offered - especially from spring to fall (current dates of themed tours) . Special private tours for groups (adults and children)can also be organized onrequest.

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Price information:

All information on current prices, reduced admission prices, group rates etc. can be found on the Munich Residence website:


Residenz München Residenzstraße 1 80333 München

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