The memorial commemorating the victorious battles against Napoleon in the Wars of Liberation in 1813-1815 was commissioned by King Ludwig I and begun by Friedrich Gärtner, who modelled it on centrally planned buildings from ancient Rome and the Italian Middle Ages. It was completed from modified plans in 1863 by Leo von Klenze.
The supporting buttresses of the façade are crowned by 18 monumental statues which are allegories of the German tribes. The number 18 also symbolizes the date of the Battle of the Nations at Leipzig (18.10.1813), when Napoleon's troops suffered a crushing defeat at the hands of the Coalition.
In this virtual tour you will experience the Hall of Liberation at Kelheim from a brand new perspective. The Panoramic shots (360 degrees) will present you phantastic views of the palace and the gardens. Please click on the picture below to start the virtual tour:
The panoramas or pictures to be loaded are rather large, and thus take a relatively long time to load. Please be patient – they are worth waiting for! The tour opens in a separate window and was prepared by Josef Spitzlberger, Oberschleißheim.
Live pictures of the Hall of Liberation you will find here:
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Verwaltung der Befreiungshalle Kelheim
Fax 09441 68207-20
9 am-6 pm
November-March: 9 am-4 pm
Tickets on sale
9 am-5.15 pm
9 am-3.15 pm
Closed on: January 1, Shrove Tuesday, December 24/25/31
Scaffolding is currently being erected round the Hall of Liberation. The interior is not affected by this and is open to the public as usual. Only the upper exterior gallery is closed to visitors until further notice.
The lift to the Hall of Liberation will be in operation during the entire renovation period, but will sometimes not be accessible by the direct route.
We apologize for the inconvenience caused by this work.
No regular guided tours
Multimedia-Guide available in German and English (with costs)
3.50 euros regular
3 euros reduced
(Hall of Liberation/ Prunn Castle)
7.50 euros regular
6.50 euros reduced
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