There is so much to explore.
At Bruchsal Palace, many of the details of a prince-bishop's residence can be experienced. But some treasures are hidden. That's why visitors should look carefully when exploring the complex.
A grape vine in the middle of the palace: the Arbor Room on the ground floor of the bel étage creates a garden atmosphere.
The prince-bishop's buildings in Bruchsal on the ceiling of the palace: an impressive testimony to the builder's own merits.
Elaborate tapestries were a very precious decoration for centuries. Many of them were made in France.
The Chamber Music Hall received its present form at the end of the 18th century. Its style is unique in the palace.
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