Residenz München mit Schatzkammer
The Residenz building developed from a small moated castle built in 1835 and was the residence and seat of government of the Wittlelsbach dynasty of rulers until 1918. The following features are worth highlighting: the antiquarium, the largest profane Renaissance Hall north of the Alps, the rooms from the 17th century (including the Ornate Chapel, the Stone Rooms and the Trier Rooms), the magnificent Rococo creations (the Ancestral Halls and Ornate Rooms by François Cuvilliés the Elder) as well as the classicist King’s Building designed by Leo von Klenze. Special collections are also on display such as the Silver and Parment Chambers and porcelain from the 18th and 19th centuries as well as from East Asia.
Mon-Sun 9 am – 6 pm
Mon-Sun 10 am – 5 pm (from mid-October)