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Admission charges 2016


Picture: Sideboard in the Dining Room

Palace and park buildings
8.50 euros regular / 7.50 euros reduced

Park buildings only
(Grotto, Moorish Kiosk, Moroccan House, Hunding's Hut, Gurnemanz Hermitage and Royal Lodge)
5 euros regular / 4 euros reduced

Due to the upcoming closing of the Venus Grotto (restoration of the interior) the visit of the grotto is free every sunday until the end of current season.
Please note: Please contact the cash desk to get a free ticket before you set off to the grotto. For visitors without a free ticket it is not possible to enter the grotto.

Royal Lodge only
2 euros regular / 1 euros reduced

In winter only the palace can be visited:
7.50 euros regular / 6.50 euros reduced

Free and reduced entrance

Children under 18 are admitted free of charge.

Students over 18 from general schools, vocational schools, special schools and schools for sick children in accordance with Article 6 (2) of the Bavarian Education Law (BayEUG) are also admitted free on production of a student identity card.

Students from “second chance” schools (evening schools leading to intermediate or higher secondary school qualifications, colleges) in accordance with Article 6 (2) No. 1e of the Bavarian Education Law and language school students are not admitted free of charge.

Further details about reduced admission charges, free entrance etc you will find in our general information.

With one of our annual season tickets or 14-days-tickets you can visit over forty of the most beautiful sights in Bavaria!


Picture: Fountain figure


Ticket booking system

Tickets with a specific visiting time can be reserved by post for an additional prepaid charge. The time can only be changed or the ticket cancelled up to 2 hours before the start of the tour (also by phone). Further information you will find here: reservation.


Combination ticket "Königsschlösser"

24 euros (The combination ticket is valid for six months; with this ticket you can visit each of King Ludwig II's palaces once: Linderhof Palace, Herrenchiemsee Palace and Neuschwanstein Castle).

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