Fantaisie Palace was begun in 1761 and completed after 1763 by Duchess Elisabeth Friederike Sophie von Württemberg, daughter of the Bayreuth Margrave Friedrich and his wife Wilhelmine.
The attractive palace park combines elements from three main style epochs: Rococo, Sensibility and Historicism.
The palace is the location of the first garden museum in Germany, with exhibits, displays and videos vividly recreating the history of garden design.
Among the highlights is the copy of the famous inlaid cabinet by the Spindler brothers.
Further information and tips for visitors can be found at
Bayreuther Straße 2
At the moment, the sights of the Bavarian Palace Department are still closed. As soon as we can provide more detailed information about where and how we will be able to reopen our sights, we will inform you about it here.
9 am-6 pm
1-15 October: 10 am-4 pm
(except: Easter Monday, 1 May, Whit Monday, 3 October)
closed 16 October-March
3.50 euros regular
3 euros reduced
May-October 9 am-6 pm every hour on the hour
Café Schloss Fantaisie
Mobil 0172 1952279
Bus to "Donndorf Hotel Fantaisie"
Car park available; bus parking spaces only near the town hall