Residenz Palace


Next to the Odeonsplatz is the residence, the city palace of the Bavarian kings and princes. The residence is a sprawling palace in a mixture of Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo and Classicism. The palace contains several large complexes and is one of the most important art museums in Europe.

Ceremonial space of the Munich Residence: The Green Gallery

Prunkraum der Münchner Residenz (Grüne Galerie), Wand, Decke und Holzfußboden
By Jelly [CC-BY-SA-3.0 or GFDL], via Wikimedia Commons


The Antiquarium at the Residenz is one of the oldest Renaissance vaults of Europe

Antiquarium Residenz


Miss Munchen recommends

Make a short break for a pleasant Cappuccino in the traditionell cafe Luigi Tambosi on the Odeonsplatz!



Sights in the old historickal town of munich

Isartor-Isar-Gate Neues Rathaus - New Townhall Marienplatz - Marys Square Alter Peter - Church of St. Peter Dallmayr - Restaurant/Coffee house Viktualienmarkt Frauenkirche - Church of Our Lady Residenz-Palace Feldherrnhalle at the Odeonsplatz  Theatiner Kirche - The Theatine Church of St. Cajetan Odeonsplatz Hofgarten - baroque park  Bayrische Staatsoper- Bavarian State Opera Asamkirche - Asam Church Sendlinger Tor-Sendling Gate Justizpalast -  Palace of Justice  Karlsplatz-Stachus Arkaden an der Maximilianstraße - Arcades at the Maximilianstraße


Residenzstraße 1, 80333 München ‎

Opening times

Residenzmuseum daily opened
April - 19. Okcober: 9-18 Uhr
20. October - March: 10-17 Uhr

Admission Charge

regular: 7,- Euro
reduced: 6,- Euro 

Approach to the Residenz

Public Transport: 
S-Bahn: All Lines, Stop Marienplatz
U-Bahn: U3/U6, Stop Odeonsplatz or via Marienplatz

Map of Residenz and Odeonsplatz

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Antiquarium Residenz
Prunkraum der Münchner Residenz (Grüne Galerie), Wand, Decke und Holzfußboden