Herrenhausen Palace was originally a Baroque building from the 17th century. As a result of the air raids on the city of Hannover during the Second World War, the main building burned down completely. The façade of the classical castle was reconstructed and a convention center and museum were established and opened in 2013. The exhibition in the east wing thematizes the emergence of the Herrenhäuser summer residence and its significance for the state in the Baroque era. Garden design as an expression of Baroque culture is presented in the hallway. The exhibition in the west wing is dedicated to the history of Herrenhausen Gardens since 1760
Summer season (April-October)
Open daily : 11 am to 6 pm
Winter season (November-March)
Thursdays to Sundays: 11 am to 4 pm
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Alte Herrenhäuser Straße 3, Hanover
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