Guided tour for groups: Lustheim Palace

Lustheim Palace

The palaces of Schleissheim at the gates of Munich are ideal for a half-day trip – best with an official City of Munich guide. For lovers of porcelain, Lustheim Palace is a must.

On the occasion of his marriage to the Austrian emperor's daughter Maria Antonia in 1685, Elector Max Emanuel commissioned the construction of the little hunting and garden palace of Lustheim.

It is situated about one kilometer away from Schleissheim Palace.

Today Lustheim Palace houses the world-famous early Meissen porcelain collection of Professor Ernst Schneider, second in importance only to the Dresden collection. It comprises more than 2,000 precious sets of tableware, centrepieces as well as animal figurines.


Photo: Christian Kasper

Take part!

Book this tour with München Tourismus, Guided Tours

Phone: +49 89 233 30204
Fax: +49 89 233 30319

Duration 2 hours | fee from 140 € plus VAT if applicable for groups up to 20 people | plus travel time, travel costs and entrance fees | available in many languages | dates, meeting point and special requests by arrangement

From/to Munich: Duration 4 hours | fee 190 € plus VAT if applicable | plus travel time, travel costs and entrance fees | no entrance fee for school classes

Price list as PDF download


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