Marstallmuseum, Munich

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The Marstallmuseum (Museum in the former royal stables ) in Munich is one of the most important museums for court carriages in the world. It is located in the South Wing of Nymphenburg Palace.

On display is a vehicle park from the time of the Bavarian and Palatine electors and kings of the House of Wittelsbach. The collection gives an extensive overview of the development of the carriages from the end of the 17th century to the end of the 19th century with exhibits from Germany, France and England. On display are especially royal coaches, barouches, sledges, litters and even a carousel.
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  • We started our Palace tour by buying tickets 10am at the Carriage Museum, no lines. Unbelievable Carriages! Sleighs encrusted in Gold! Horse Bridles of such Beauty with weight! Must See! Beginning.....  more »
  • Was located on the Nymphenburg palace grounds and was a huge collection of carriages and sleds. Also included porcelain pieces and lots of dinner ware. Very enjoyable  more »
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  • There are many beautiful historical artifacts..We liked it. was wonderful
  • Very interesting place! The carriages and sleighs are very well preserved and the stories are very well explained. Since the extravagant sleighs of Ludwig the 2nd were referred to in the main part of the palace, we thought it would be interesting to take look at the Marstallmuseum, were the carriages and sleighs are exposed; and we ended spending quite some time there as all of the carriages and sleighs are magnificent! It is to be noted that the exposition is composed of two areas: the second one is just opposite of the main entrance; and on the first floor (that is in the second area) there is a splendid porcelain exposition.

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