The ticket includes the entry to the Museum of Natural History, the Museum of Garden Art and a guided palace tour.
Did you know that Benrath Palace was built as the summer residence and hunting lodge of Carl Theodor, Elector Palatine, and his wife, Elisabeth Auguste? The construction was completed in 1770 – an accomplished work of art that unites architecture and nature in one overall concept. Today, the palace is rated as one of the most beautiful and best preserved palaces of its epoch.
Enjoy the outstanding vestibule and overwhelming beauty of the main hall, where the Elector and his guests used to dance and celebrate. Find out more about the physical culture, the astonishing rituals of the time and plunge into the courtly life of the 18th century.
Duration of the palace tour: 75 minutes