Main information:

General information for visitors

Information for visitors with reduced mobility

Nymphenburg Palace
The access is possible; the first floor is accessible via lift.

Marstallmuseum with Museum of Nymphenburg Porcelain
The access to the Marstallmuseum (ground floor) is possible; the Museum of Nymphenburg Porcelain on the first floor is accessible via lift.

Amalienburg, Badenburg, Pagodenburg and Magdalenenklause in the palace park
The access to the Amalienburg and the Pagodenburg is possible via ramp. The upper floor of the Pagodenburg is only accessible via a narrow staircase. To reach the interior of the Badenburg and the Magdalenenklause several steps are to be negotiated.


Plan of the Nymphenburg palace complex

Here you will find a plan of Nymphenburg Park.


Gondola rides on the central canal of the palace park


Picture: Gondola rides on the central canal
Picture: © Astrid Schmidhuber

During the summer season (April to mid-October) gondola rides are offered on the middle channel when the weather is fine. The trips take place spontaneously or by reservation. Further information is available at


Picture: Vase depicting the Battle of Austerlitz

Photography and filming

Taking pictures for private use (only with the usual hand-held cameras and without light and tripod etc.) does not require a permit. Photo and film shootings taken for further use as well as the flying of drones / multicopters are basically subject to approval and charges. Here you will find information on photography permits / film permits.


Bulky items

Bulky items may not be taken into the palace. Lockers are available for large bags, rucksacks etc. No liability can be accepted for items deposited in lockers.



Free wi-fi is available in the cash desk area of Nymphenburg Palace and at the Cour d’honneur.


Food / beverages

Food and beverages may not be taken into the museum rooms.



Dogs and other pets are not allowed in any of the buildings. Unfortunately, we cannot offer supervision for animals brought along. Please keep dogs on an lead in the park.

| top |

Our website uses cookies. By using our website you accept this policy. Further information on data protection