The Marstallmuseum houses a collection of historic state coaches and gala coupés, ceremonial sleighs and riding equipment from the Royal Coach House and saddle-room of the Bavarian rulers.
One of the most interesting vehicles is the Hercules Sleigh of Max Emanuel, which is the oldest vehicle in the exhibition. King Ludwig II is represented with magnificent coaches and sleighs, nostalgic imitations of a variety of previous styles, and 26 portraits of his favourite horses by Friedrich Wilhelm Pfeiffer.
The Bäuml collection documents the development of the Nymphenburg Porcelain Manufactory from its foundation in 1747 by Elector Max III Joseph until around 1920.
The highlights are the sculptures by the famous porcelain artist Franz Anton Bustelli and the porcelain plate paintings of the 19th century.
Further information you will find on
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April-15 October: 9 am-6 pm
16 October-March: 10 am-4 pm
Closed on: January 1, Shrove Tuesday, December 24/25/31
No regular guided tours
4.50 euros regular
3.50 euros reduced
Combination ticket "Nymphenburg"
(Nymphenburg Palace/ Park palaces/ Marstallmuseum)
1 April-Mid October:
11.50 euros regular
9 euros reduced
(without park buildings):
8.50 euros regular
6.50 euros reduced
Marstallmuseum accessible for wheelchair users; lift to Porcelain Museum available
Shop at the palace
There is a passage from the palace park to the Munich Botanic Garden
Tel. (0 89) 12 02 08 90
Café im Palmenhaus
Tel. (0 89) 17 53 09
"Die Neue Fasanerie"
Hartmannshofer Straße 20
Tel. (0 89) 1 49 56 07
Tel. (0 89) 15 68 27
Tram to "Romanplatz",
bus or tram to "Schloss Nymphenburg"
450 car parking spaces, 25 bus parking spaces available
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