Palace of Nymphenburg

This was the Wittlesbachs summer residence. Elector Ferdinand Maria commissioned the building of the Palace in 1664. Its center is a small Italianate palace which the Electress Adelaide dedicated to the goddess Flora and her nymphs – which is where the palace’s name comes from.  


Oct-Mar daily 10.00 – 16.00

Apr-Sept daily 9.00 – 18.00


€5 for adults,

€4 for seniors and students,

Free for children 6 and under

A combination ticket to Nymphenburg Palace, park buildings, Marstallmuseum, and Porcelain Museum is €10 for adults, free for children 6 and under


089- 17908668

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Artist District
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BMW Museum/BMW World/BMW World Headquarters
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