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PRINCE TICKET

 

Visit of Neuschwanstein Castle and the Museum of the Bavarian kings 
on the same day.

You join a guided tour through Neuschwanstein Castle. 
The tickets for the museum are not time-bound. 
Through the museum you can move freely and at your own pace and stay as long as you wish.
Guided tours through the museum are available on request.

 

!Please notice!
In the Museum of the bavarian kings Audio-Guides are available in the following languages:
english, german, italian, spain, french, japanese, chinese and russian

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The following fees apply for Swan ticket reservation:

- For individual guests and children: € 3.60 per person

- For groups from 15 persons: € 1.80 per person

 



 Your prefered time of entrance refers to  Neuschwanstein Castle. We will inform you about the exact times of entrance in our written confirmation.

 

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Please choose a later day or purchase your tickets, depending on availability, at the Ticketcenter Hohenschwangau once you are here.

Reserverations cannot be accepted for the day they are made. Reservations made after 15:00 (local time CEST) can only be accepted for one day later.

Kindly note that the expected waiting time - for the visit of Neuschwanstein during the summer months - is approx. 20-40 minutes at the Ticket-Center and 2-3 hours for the next available guided tour.

Tickets for the Castle Hohenschwangau can still be booked. The Museum of the Bavarian Kings can be visited without a reservation.

Please choose another day.

Unfortunately, reservations for Neuschwanstein are no longer possible for that day. However, there will still be tickets at the Ticket-Center on the day of arrival, depending on availability. Kindly note that the expected waiting time - for the visit of Neuschwanstein during the summer months - is approx. 20-40 minutes at the Ticket-Center and 2-3 hours for the next available guided tour.

Tickets for the Castle Hohenschwangau can still be booked. The Museum of the Bavarian Kings can be visited without a reservation.