Bruchsal Palace

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INFORMATION FOR YOUR VISIT

According to the most recent Corona Directive of the State of Baden-Württemberg, our ability to open our monuments to guests depends on the seven-day incidence rate of the respective town or city. Some monuments can open, while other monuments must, unfortunately, remain closed. This situation can also change at short notice. Therefore, please check the current hours of operation for each monument. You can find these on our German websites. Thank you for your understanding.

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Bruchsal Palace
Welcome
Bruchsal Palace, marble hall
Go on a journey of discovery
Bruchsal Palace, garden hall
Experience the historical sites

Bruchsal Palace (Schloss Bruchsal) is the oldest surviving princebishop’s residence on the Upper Rhine. It is famous for its opulent staircase constructed by Balthasar Neumann - known as the "crown jewel of all Baroque staircases".

HIGHLIGHTS

Bruchsal Palace, staircaseThe staircaseA staircase with a hole in the middle
The staircase - A staircase with a hole in the middle
Schloss Bruchsal, Innen, MarmorsaalThe ballroomsParty like the princes
The ballrooms - Party like the princes
Bruchsal Palace, Ceiling painting in the Domed HallThe ceiling frescoThe Prince-Bishop commissioned buildings
The ceiling fresco - The Prince-Bishop commissioned buildings
Bruchsal Palace, Chamber Music Hall, DetailsThe Chamber Music RoomElegant ambience
The Chamber Music Room - Elegant ambience
Motif of the Staatliche Schlösser und Gärten Baden-Württemberg

Corporate videoOUR HERITAGE. YOURS TO ENJOY

If you want to see Baden-Württemberg at its most beautiful, visit the many palaces and gardens run by the state heritage agency, Staatliche Schlösser und Gärten. How about a perfectly-preserved monastery complex, such as the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Maulbronn? Or there are Heidelberg's world-famous ruins. And there's much, much more.

Video in lightbox: Corporate video - OUR HERITAGE. YOURS TO ENJOY