Museum Mensch und Natur
This commanding palace and its lavish gardens sprawl around 5km northwest of the Altstadt. Begun in 1664 as a villa for Electress...
The Magdalenenklause was built as a mock hermitage in faux 'ruined' style.
Also in the main building of the palace, the Marstall- museum displays royal coaches and riding gear (including Ludwig II's...
Schlosscafé Im Palmenhaus
The glass-fronted 1820 palm house, where Ludwig II used to keep his exotic house plants warm in winter, is now a high-ceilinged and...
Schloss Nymphenburg · interesting places nearby
Museum Mensch und Natur information
Kids will have plenty of ooh and aah moments in the Museum of Humankind & Nature, in the Schloss Nymphenburg north wing. Anything but old school, it puts a premium on interactive displays, models, audiovisual presentations and attractive animal dioramas. Sadly it's all in German but few language skills are needed to appreciate the visuals.