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Museum der Bayerischen Könige

Museum of the Bavarian Kings in Hohenschwangau

Museum of the Bavarian Kings

In the village Hohenschwangau lies the 'Museum of the Bayerischen Könige', or the Museum of the Bavarian Kings. Learn more about the history of Ludwig II and his family.

Info Museum der Bayerischen Könige

Address Alpseestraße 27 (park your car on P4)
Tickets
  • Adults 11 euros (incl. audio guide)
  • 0 - 18 years free
  • Students / 65+ 10 euros
  • Reserving for the museum is not necessary. Tickets are on sale at the entrance of the museum
Opening hours
  • Daily from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
  • Closed on 24 / 25 December and 1 January
Website www.hohenschwangau.de

Museum of the Bavarian Kings

Many visitors to Schloss Neuschwanstein combine their visit with the Museum of the Bavarian Kings, also located in Hohenschwangau in the former Grandhotel Alpenrose. The museum that opened in 2011 offers more than 1000 m2 of exhibition on the history of the dynasty of the Bavarian Kings.

Old objects, interesting stories and interactive media take you into the history of the Wittelsbach dynasty. In particular King Maximilian II, who made the Hohenschwangau Castle into a summer residence, and King Ludwig II, who built Neuschwanstein , play a central role in the museum. From the first floor you have a magnificent panorama over the Alpsee lake.

Museum of the Bavarian KingsMuseum of the Bavarian Kings (Fotos stock.adobe.com-varliuxxx82)
Museum der Bayerischen KönigeTerrace of the museum at the Alpsee
Neuschwanstein Hohenschwangau