What to see at Nymphenburg Palace
The palace was built for the wife of Prince Ferdinand Maria in 1664 for his wife who gave birth to the long awaited heir, Max Emanuel. Some of the areas of the Palace complex remain in their original Baroque style others are in rococo and classic styles. You can also visit in the palace the room where King Ludwig II was born.
The palace houses several museums like the Museum of Man and Nature and the Museum of Porcelain. The large expanse of land surrounding the palace, 299 hectares, hold additional summer residences as well as beautiful gardens, sculptures and streams and lakes.