Ansbach Palace is virtually unique in Germany as a residence that still looks much as it did in the 18th century. Developed from a Late-Medieval complex, it acquired its present appearance at the hands of Gabriel di Gabrieli and Karl Friedrich von Zocha. Leopold Retti created the Early-Rococo interior.
Among the highlights are the ceiling painting in the Festival Hall by Carlo Carlone, the gallery with paintings from the margravial gallery (Branch of the Bavarian State Galleries) and the Mirror Cabinet. The Gothic Hall remaining from the renaissance building contains the important »Adolf Bayer Collection of Ansbach Ceramics«.
In the Court Garden opposite, which also features an orangery, is a splendid parterre with summer flowers and numerous tub plants, as well as a medicinal herb garden.
Due to construction work, the Ansbach Residence will unfortunately not be open to visitors from 5 to 16 October 2020.
We ask for your understanding.
The Ansbach Residence is open to the public, but the number of visitors is limited. People can go around on their own; guided tours are currently not available.
The current tour includes the Gothic Hall, the Festival Hall, the margrave's apartment and some of the margravine's rooms, including the Cabinet of Mirrors. Due to the changed routing, the tour is unfortunately not barrier-free at the moment.
Please take into account waiting times and restrictions such as altered routes or room closures.
9 am-6 pm
October-March: 10 am-4 pm
closed Mondays (except: 6 January, Easter Monday, 1 May, Whit Monday, 15 August, 3 October, 1 November)
Last admission is currently at 5 pm.
Closed on: January 1, Shrove Tuesday, December 24/25/31
Currently only the reduced admission price applies.
4 euros reduced
Lift available, please inquire at the cash-desk; toilet for the disabled available
Bus to "Schlossplatz"
Short- and long-term car parks near Ansbach Residence
Schloss- und Gartenverwaltung Ansbach
Fax 0981 953839-40