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The Munich Residence (Münchner Residenz) was a classicist-style city residence in Munich. Bavarian dukes, electors from 1623 and Bavarian kings from 1806 to 1918 stayed here. This complex is Germany's largest palace within city walls and one of Europe's most important museums for room decoration. It comprises ten courtyards and 130 rooms are open for visitors. From the 16th to the 19th century interiors of high artistic and material quality were created in Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, Neoclassicist and Historicist styles. The three main parts of the Munich Residence are the Königsbau, the Alte Residenz and the Festsaalbau.

Munich Residence
Residenzstraße 1
80333 Munich

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The Munich Residence is open daily.

Closed only on 1 January , Shrove Tuesday, 24, 25 and 31 December.

April 20th October: daily 9-18 clock (last admission 17 clock)

October 21st-March: daily 10-17 clock (last admission 16 clock)

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0 - 18 Free
65 and over €6.00
Adults €7.00
Reduced €6.00


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Residenzstraße 1, Munich, Germany


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