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Residence Museum

Enter the empire of the Dukes, Electors and Kings and save 7 € with the Munich City Pass. With the unich Card you get a discount of 1€!

Residenz München

Learn more about the period from 1508 to 1918, when the Bavarian rulers of the residence steered the destinies of their subjects.
Today, the Munich Residenz is the largest inner city palace in Germany. Because the palace has evolved stylistically over the centuries, it is a mixture of Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo and Classicism.

Opening hours Residence Museum

24 March – 21 October:  Monday to Sunday: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm (last admission at 5:00 pm)
22 October – 23 March: Monday to Sunday: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm (last admission at 4:00 pm) 

Closed: 1 January, Shrove Tuesday, 24/25/31 December 

Admission fee Residence Museum

7 €

Address Residence Museum

Residenzstraße 1
80333 Munich 

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Directions Residence Museum

U4, U5 to Odeonsplatz
S1, S2, S3, S4, S6, S7, S8 to Marienplatz ​
Tram 19 to Nationaltheater

Special conditions of use Residence Museum

The free admission ticket for the Munich City Pass is only available at the ticket office of the Residenzmuseum. Please show your Munich City Pass to the employees at the cash desk. 

As a Munich Card holder, you will receive an 1 € discount on the regular ticket. Please show your Munich Card to the cashier before paying.

Highlights Residence Museum

  • Grottenhof
  • Antiquarium
  • Baroque Imperial Hall
  • Around 1500 exhibits 

Near Residence Museum

If you look at the Residence Museum from the Max-Joseph-Platz, its easy to think that you are in Florence. Because of his devotion to Italy and the Renaissance style, King Louis I had incorporated these aspects into the style of the royal building after his accession in 1825. For the main facade, his favorite architect Leo von Klenze worked on elements of the Florentine palaces, Pitti and Rucellai.The highlights of visiting the residence are the Grottenhof and the Renaissance Antiquarium, the Baroque Emperor's Hall, the sumptuously rich Rococo rooms and the classicist apartment of King Ludwig I. Around 1500 exhibits, including the crown insignia of the Bavarian kings, await you in the treasury of the castle.The residence also houses the Cuvilliés Theater that was designed by the architect, François Cuvilliés, in which Mozart's opera Idomeneo was first performed in 1781. 

Visit the residence Museum in Munich and save 7 € with the Munich City Pass! With the Munich Card you save 1€ on the admssion!