Wednesday, 13 June 2012

Schloss Nymphenburg (heavy pictures)

Schloss Nymphenburg (Nymphenburg Palace) is the palace where the former Bavarian Elector, Ferdinland Maria, built for the residence to the birth of the long-waited heir to throne, Max Emanuel in 1662 after 10 years of marriage with his wife.
How to get there:
Picture: Road map
I took the 17 Tram from the Hauptbahnhof station to the palace.
The weather was not great when I travelled, it was cloudy and soon when we arrived at the palace, it started raining. However, we enjoyed the visit.
Schloss Nymphenburg (heavy pictures)Schloss Nymphenburg (heavy pictures)
Overview of the palace, and there's a lot of swans in the pond :)
Schloss Nymphenburg (heavy pictures)Schloss Nymphenburg (heavy pictures)
Schloss Nymphenburg (heavy pictures)Schloss Nymphenburg (heavy pictures)
At the side of the palace, there are some buildings for the former maids and now turn into museums.
Schloss Nymphenburg (heavy pictures)Schloss Nymphenburg (heavy pictures)
Schloss Nymphenburg (heavy pictures)
The front of the palace where you see is the Residence area.
Schloss Nymphenburg (heavy pictures)Schloss Nymphenburg (heavy pictures)
This is the amission ticket, at the back of the ticket, it shows which places you have access to go in. I bought the combination ticket and is allowed to all the little houses as well as the main residence.
The prices of the palace is as follows:
Combination ticket "Nymphenburg"
1 April-15 October: 11.50 euros regular / 9 euros reduced16 October-31 March: 
8.50 euros regular / 6.50 euros reducedWith this ticket you can visit the palace, the Marstallmuseum (carriages and sleighs), the Museum of Nymphenburg Porcelain and the park palaces (Amalienburg, Badenburg, Pagodenburg, Magdalenenklause).In winter the park palaces are closed.Nymphenburg Palace (Only)
6 euros regular / 5 euros reducedMarstallmuseum and Museum of Nymphenburg Porcelain
4.50 euros regular / 3.50 euros reducedCombination ticket "Parkburgen" (park palaces)
4.50 euros regular / 3.50 euros reduced
The Residence - Main Hall
Schloss Nymphenburg (heavy pictures)Schloss Nymphenburg (heavy pictures)
Schloss Nymphenburg (heavy pictures)Schloss Nymphenburg (heavy pictures) 
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April to 15 October: 9 am-6 pm  
16 October to March: 10 am-4 pm
open dailyAmalienburg, Badenburg, Pagodenburg and Magdalenenklause
April to 15 October: 9 am-6 pm
open daily
16 October to March: closedLast entry to all the buildings is 20 minutes before the stated closing time.All objects closed on: 1 January, Shrove Tuesday, 24 / 25 / 31 December

Schloss Nymphenburg - the Park (pictures heavily)Schloss Nymphenburg - the Park (pictures heavily)

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