personal use only (i.e. Reiche Zimmer (Rich Rooms Acquiring their name in the 19th century, the Rich Rooms, stand as the highpoint of the court Rococo style in the area where mostly German speaking people inhabited. Grottenhof, because additions were made over the centuries, they vary greatly in style. The museum is open daily and admission is free for those 15 years of age and younger. Today, with the museums of the Bavarian Palace Department (the Residence Museum itself, the Treasury and the Cuvilliés Theatre) along with other cultural institutions, this is one of the largest museum complexes in Bavaria. April to October daily from 10am to 2pm, it is in operational from. Built in 1385 and known as the Neuveste, the first tenant at the Residenz Palace was Duke Stephan III, who reigned from 1375 to 1392. It's said that if you approach the Residenz Palace from one side, you'll think it's Palladian. Meanwhile, between 16, the Kaiserhof (Emperors Courtyard was built within the complex. On the second floor are the Festgemächer, intended for minor court festivities.
What began in 1385 as a castle in the north-eastern corner of the city (the Neuveste, or new citadel was transformed by the rulers over the centuries into a magnificent palace, its buildings and gardens extending further and further into the town. Residenz (German: esidnts, Residence) in central Munich is the former royal palace of the Wittelsbach monarchs. Residenz is the largest city palace in Germany and is today open to visitors for its architecture, room decorations, and displays from the former royal collections. Official website of the Munich Residence (Residence Museum, Treasury, Cuvilliés Theatre) with information about the museum, tourist info like opening hours, admission fees. Residenz Palace was the official home of Bavaria s monarchs from 1385 to 1918.
Depending on the availability of accompanying personnel, there may be waiting times of up to half an hour. Cuvilliés Theater still has its original eighteenth-century interior. Tourists and visitors now have a window into developments of the princely through various time periods, such as Humanism, Enlightenment, and then to the constitutional monarchy. Food and drink, no food and drink may be taken into the museum area, with the exception of drinks in plastic bottles of up.5. Antiquarium: Believed to be the oldest room in the Munich Residence, it stands as the largest Renaissance Hall, North of the Alps, with a length of66 metres. Its history is as complex as its architecture, but it's definitely a must-see on your Munich itinerary. We regret that we cannot undertake to look after any animals you may have brought with you.
Within Residenz München The following is the list of sites one will come across within the Residenz Ancestral Gallery and Porcelain Cabinet Antiquarium Court Chapel Rich Rooms Collections Papal Rooms and Golden Hall Imperial Staircase/ Imperial Hall/ Four White Horses Hall Electoral Rooms Royal Palace. I've visited, with beautifully decorated room after beautifully decorated room.