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Nymphenburg Palace closed 26-30 July

Nymphenburg Palace will be closed from Wednesday, 26 July to Sunday, 30 July 2023 inclusive for an event. The Marstallmuseum, the palace park and the buildings in the park will remain open.

Unfortunately, the Antechamber, the Bedroom and the Lacquer Cabinet in the Electress's Apartment (Rooms 11-13) in Nymphenburg Palace are currently closed to the public for restoration. The reopening of the rooms is planned for summer 2024.

The lift in the Marstallmuseum is currently out of order. A visit to the porcelain exhibition on the 1st floor is therefore unfortunately not possible for people in wheelchairs etc. at the moment.

Until probably the end of July, part of the Marstall Museum will unfortunately have to remain closed to the public for restoration. The Porcelain Museum will remain open.

Opening hours and guided tours

Opening hours


Picture: Child triton riding on a dolphin, Badenburg, Great Hall

Public holidays: All objects at the Nymphenburg palace complex are closed on 1 January, Shrove Tuesday and 24 / 25 / 31 December.

Nymphenburg Palace, Marstallmuseum with Museum of Nymphenburg Porcelain
April to 15 October: daily 9 am-6 pm
16 October to March: daily 10 am-4 pm

Palace Chapel
April to 15 October: daily 9 am-6 pm
Entrance from the cour d'honneur into the second northern pavilion

Park Palaces (Amalienburg, Badenburg, Magdalenenklause, Pagodenburg)
April to 15 October: daily 9 am-6 pm
16 October to March: closed

Last entry to all the buildings is 30 minutes before the stated closing time.

Note for groups

Group visits (including school classes etc.) are possible as follows:
Nymphenburg Palace/ Marstallmuseum: maximum 25 people + 1 tour guide



Picture: Great Parterre

Palace Park (Opening hours of the main gate)
January-March, November, December: 6 am-6 pm
April and October: 6 am-8 pm
May-September: 6 am-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 am to noon and from 2 pm to 4 pm.

The historical pump systems in the park’s pump houses (Green Pump House in the park and Johannis Pump House in the north wing of the palace) are open daily from 10 am to 4 pm from Easter to the beginning of October.

From April to mid-October the exhibition "Friedrich Ludwig von Sckell and Nymphenburg" is on display in the Geranium House daily from 9 am to 6 pm (free).

Guided tours / audio guide

There are no regular guided tours in the Nymphenburg palace complex, but in Nymphenburg Palace you can make use of our audio guide, which is available in German, English, Italian, French, Spanish, Russian, Chinese (Mandarin) and Japanese (charge: 3.50 euros; for groups of 15 people or more: 2.50 euros per person). We advise groups to contact our local office and book the required number of audio guides in advance.

It is also possible to book special guided tours in English for groups.


Link to further information about the app "Nymphenburg Park"

The app »Nymphenburg Park«

The app »Nymphenburg Park« is your companion to discover this historical park in Munich. This app includes historical information about 23 selected stations, audio documents, pictures and films about Nymphenburg Palace Park. All the texts in the app are also available in audio form.

The smartphone app is available in German and English and can be downloaded on Google Play Store and on iTunes App Store. The app is free of charge.

Further information about the app »Nymphenburg Park«

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