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- Address: Schloss Nymphenburg 1, 80638 Munich, Germany
- Timings: 09:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
- Phone: +49-8917908
- Ticket Price: 6 EUR
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Palace, Family And Kids, Architecture
Nymphenburg Palace - Review
The Nymphenburg Palace served as the primary summer recreational palace for the Bavarian Rulers. This Baroque palace which has now become one of the most important and iconic tourist destinations of the city was initially completed in 1675 but had gone through several spells of reconstruction and renovation.
The palace consists of the Northern, Central and Southern Pavilions and is a masterful display of architectural prowess that strongly reflects the mentalities and regal nature of the Bavarian Royalty.
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Nymphenburg Palace Information
- One can see a lot of different points of interest in the sprawling palace compound.
Nymphenburg Palace Ticket Prices
- Nymphenburg Palace: 6 euros regular / 5 euros reduced
- Combination ticket to visit the palace, the Marstallmuseum (carriages and sleighs), the Museum of Nymphenburg Porcelain and the park palaces (Amalienburg, Badenburg, Pagodenburg, Magdalenenklause: 1 April-15 October: 11.50 euros regular / 9 euros reduced & 16 October-31 March: 8.50 euros regular / 6.50 euros reduced.
- Marstallmuseum and Museum of Nymphenburg Porcelain: 4.50 euros regular / 3.50 euros reduced
- Combination ticket "Parkburgen" (park palaces) :4.50 euros regular / 3.50 euros reduced
- Children under 18 are admitted free of charge.
- For people eligible for reduced ticket prices, refer to the website.
Nymphenburg Palace Hours
Nymphenburg Palace, Marstallmuseum, Museum of Nymphenburg Porcelain
- April to 15 October : 9:00 am to 6:00 pm
- 16 October to March : 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
- Open daily
Amalienburg, Badenburg, Pagodenburg and Magdalenenklause
- April to 15 October: 9:00 am to 6:00 pm (open daily)
- 16 October to March: closed
- Last entry to all the buildings is 20 minutes before the stated closing time.
- All buildings closed on: 1 January, Shrove Tuesday, 24 / 25 / 31 December
Nymphenburg Palace Park
- January to March, November, December: 6:00 am to 6:00 pm
- April and October: 6:00 am to 8:00 pm
- May to September: 6:00 am to 9:30 pm
- The other park gates will be closed half an hour earlier.
- The fountains usually run from Easter to mid-October from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon and from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm.
- For special exhibitions, refer to the website.
- The historical pump systems in the park’s pump houses are open daily from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm from Easter to the beginning of October.
- In winter the park palaces are closed.
How To reach Nymphenburg Palace by Public Transport
- 5 km from the city centre.
- S-Bahn (suburban railway) to "Laim", then bus to "SchlossNymphenburg"
- U-Bahn (underground) to "Rotkreuzplatz", then tram to "SchlossNymphenburg"
Restaurants Near Nymphenburg Palace
- Mama Pizza
- Cafe Grande
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Things to Know Before Visiting Nymphenburg Palace
27.86% of people who visit Munich include Nymphenburg Palace in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
38.89% of people start their Nymphenburg Palace visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Nymphenburg Palace
93.7% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Nymphenburg Palace
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Nymphenburg Palace, Munich Reviews
A must see! This is a short tram ride away--it is the Versailles of Germany...in fact the original gardens were constructed by the same person that designed the one in France. This palace was built for an Italian Queen once she bore a prince so you can see an Italian flare to the original palace. As time passed the palace was expanded. The gardens in the back and front are beautiful. Most of the palace is in its original form, not destroyed by the war so its great to see all the original furniture and art. My favorite room was the hall with the paintings of all the beautiful girls from that time.
Stunning palace! Well worth a visit! The interior of the great hall is amazing. The place can be very crowded at times so maybe it would be better earlier in the morning. The grounds are beautiful and you could walk for over an hour. It would be great for a picnic etc. Be aware all liquids are forbidden inside but may be stored in a locker. The palace itself isn't very big so I felt a little underwhelmed but the gardens made up for it. Make sure you have your ticket throughout as I lost mine and couldn't visit the botanical gardens
I only went around the grounds, which are beautiful. There are formal gardens, woods and parkland. The first of the two pictures I have posted shows, I hope, the length of the formal garden. The palace, toward the top centre looks far away because it is. The second picture was taken by the lake near the pagoda. It shows wasps, I think, feeding on moss on a rock at the water's. This fascinated me as you can tell. You can walk round these grounds for days, sadly I only had a few hours. Loved it
Very well-maintained and well-preserved Palace. Love the huge landscape garden and all the artefacts displayed in the opulent rooms. The 40 carriages display is quite an eye-opener. Can just imagine where the inspiration for Cinderella's carriage came from. The porcelain collection was
Worth buying the combination ticket if you have the time. It was interesting seeing all the different rooms in the palace. There are other sites on the grounds that can be gone to such as a chapel, summer house, and such. The grounds are beautiful (I went in September) and fresh with flowers. Grounds are free without a ticket.