Imperial Residence, MunichImperial Residence, Munich

A palace of truly regal aesthetic stature

The Imperial Residence in Munich was the seat of government and the residence of Bavaria's dukes, princes and kings from 1508 to 1918. Originally built as a fortress, it gradually evolved into a splendid royal palace with magnificent halls and courtyards, offering a unique blend of Renaissance, Baroque, rococo and classicist styles. Some of the lavishly renovated rooms are used by the Bavarian Government on state occasions and also serve as a truly regal setting for high-calibre events.

Comité Court and Cuvilliés Theatre

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Comité Court and Cuvilliés Theatre are ideal for receptions, concerts, banquets, official ceremonies and award presentations.

Kaiserhof (Emperor's Court)

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Always the site of special occasions.

Kaisersaal (Emperor's Hall)

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Celebrations in the most magnificent surroundings that Munich Residence has to offer are truly a special occasion.

Max-Joseph-Saal (Max Joseph Hall)

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In classicist design with stucco and chandeliers, the hall brings festive magnificence to any event.

Theatinergang (Theatine Corridor)

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Bright and flooded with light, this 80-metre corridor has a magnificently decorated ceiling.

Vierschimmelsaal (Four Greys Room)

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Once the Imperial dining-room, where the Emperor dined surrounded by the highest dignitaries of his court.