Discount: 1 € on regular entrance fee
The well-known Marstallmuseum has state coaches, sleighs and riding equipment used by the Bavarian rulers. The Marstallmuseum in Nymphenburg Palace in Munich is housed in the former stables in the southern part of the palace.
The Marstallmuseum houses floats, courtly sleds and riding gear of the Bavarian rulers. The Marstallmuseum in Nymphenburg Palace in Munich is housed in the former stables in the southern part of the palace. With over forty representative coaches, sleighs and riding accouterments that belonged to the Wittelsbachs. Additionally, three hundred years of the coach building, travel and riding culture.
The showpiece of the museum has long been the Coronation Coach of Emperor Karl VII. This one of the most beautiful state coaches in the French Rococo style. The 19th-century state vehicles of King Ludwig II are the high point of the many Wittelsbach gala coaches and sleighs on display.
Magnificent harnesses, fine riding accouterments and historical pictures bring the travel culture of the court to life. A newly designed room in the museum also outlines the development of the Munich court stables from the 16th to the early 20th century, focusing on the people who were once employed here.
In all objects of the Bavarian Palace Department, a TEXTILE mouth-and-nose protector must be brought and worn in the interior during the entire tour. Visitors without mouth-nose protection must unfortunately be refused entry; this also applies if a medical certificate is presented which confirms that one cannot/may not wear a mouth-nose protection. Detailed information can be found on the website of the Bavarian Palace Department.
Your Benefit with CityTourCard Munich: 1€ discount on the regular admission price
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