Schloss und Park Nymphenburg
Type: Gardens, Historic Sites, Parks
Nymphenburg palace is Germany's largest baroque palace. Built between 1664 and 1675, Nymphenburg is Munich's summer palace and includes a massive main building, a carriage house, porcelain factory,... Read More
Nymphenburg palace is Germany's largest baroque palace. Built between 1664 and 1675, Nymphenburg is Munich's summer palace and includes a massive main building, a carriage house, porcelain factory, and several out buildings located throughout its sprawling gardens. The gardens, in the warmer months of the year, are worth a visit by themselves and are what people are usually expecting when they visit the dreary English Garden. There is a separate entrance fee for each part of the palace or you can buy one of a series of combination tickets. There is also the possibility to buy a 14 day ticket which includes all palaces and castles owned by the state of Bavaria which can easily save you money.
- Palace (Apr-Oct): Daily 9am-6pm
- Palace (Nov-Mar): Daily 10am-4pm
- Park (Apr-Sep): Daily 6am-9pm
- Park (Oct-Mar): Daily 6:30am-6pm
- Palace – Adult $5; Student $4
Park – Free
- Best Attractions & Activities: "Make sure to see the carriage house and the many buildings throughout the gardens."
- Recommended as Best Attractions & Activities Because: Nymphenburg is Germany's largest baroque palace and fully intact after the city was bombed in world war two.