Located below the Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau castles on the shores of the Alpsee lake, this must be one of the most beautifully situated museums in Germany. A 21-metre long panorama window on the first floor permits a view of the lake surrounded by mountain peaks to the left, while on the right Hohenschwangau Castle can be seen up on the mountain.
“Alpseestraße 27 is one of the most beautiful locations in Bavaria.” (SZ from 11.9.2011)
Museum der bayerischen Könige
D- 87645 Hohenschwangau
The Museum of the Bavarian Kings is located in Hohenschwangau, which is a part of the village Schwangau, nearby the town Füssen.
There are different payed parking spaces. To visit the Museum we recommend to choose the parking lot P4. This parking lot is across the street from the Museum. The walking distance is approx. 3 minutes.
BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT:
The next train station is located in the town Füssen. From Füssen you can take a taxi for example or go by public bus.
Take the bus routes RVA/OVG 73 towards Steingaden / Garmisch-Partenkirchen RVA/OVG 78 towards Schwangau and disembark at the Hohenschwangau / Alpseestraße bus stop.
You can find bus timetables at www.rvo-bus.de. Bus 73 Bus 78
The nearest airports are in Munich and Memmingen.