Residenz Munich is one of the most important cultural sites in Bavaria, located in the heart of the city. It is a complex of buildings that served as the residence of the Bavarian dukes, electors, and kings from the 13th to the 20th century. It is also home to an impressive art collection, making it a must-visit for any art lover visiting Munich.
The Residenz Munich is open every day from 10am to 5pm (last entry 4.30pm). On Tuesdays, the Residenz is open until 8pm (last entry 7.30pm).
Tickets can be purchased online or at the ticket offices in the Residenz. Prices vary depending on the type of ticket purchased and whether or not you are eligible for a discount.
- Adults: €10
- Reduced: €7.50
- Children under 18: Free
- Groups of 10 or more: €7.50 per person
The audio guide is available in German, English, French, Italian, Spanish, and Russian. It costs €5 and can be rented at the ticket offices.
The Residenz offers a variety of special tours, such as the “Secrets of the Residenz” tour, which takes visitors behind the scenes to explore the hidden nooks and crannies of the palace. Prices for these tours vary, so it is best to check the Residenz website for more information.
The Residenz offers guided tours in English and German, which can be booked in advance. Prices start at €14 per person and can be booked online.
The Residenz is accessible to wheelchairs and strollers. There are lifts and ramps throughout the complex, and special tours for people with disabilities can be arranged.
The Residenz has a café and a restaurant, both of which serve traditional Bavarian dishes. There is also a gift shop, where visitors can purchase souvenirs and books about the Residenz.
There is a parking garage located next to the Residenz, which can be accessed from the street. Prices vary depending on the length of stay.