Only the central building of the Palace was open during my visit, but it was impressive. The central hall was opulent and I found it interesting that the bedroom where King Ludwig II was born in the palace remains the same as it was in his day. What I found more delightful, though, were the carriages and sleighs belonging to Ludwig II that are displayed on the grounds in the Marstallmuseum by the palace. It is quite a large collection, but what I found interesting was the royal crown on the State Sleigh was already lit by a light bulb back in the late 1860s. Also on display in the museum are portraits of Ludwig II's favorite horses. On the second floor of the museum is a large collection of royal porcelain. Worth a visit, but Nymphenburg is not on the scale of Neuschwanstein, so don't go there for a visit expecting something similar. The gardens looked beautiful, but are probably much nicer to stroll around when it's not winter.
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