Kaisersaal (Emperor's Hall)
The Kaisersaal, built under Duke Maximilian I. in the early 17th century, offers a majestic 498 sqm of space. In the time of Maximilian it was a place of the highest ceremonial status – and its interior was designed accordingly. The ceiling is decorated with an opulent cycle of paintings by Peter Candid and his school. Themes of heroism drawn from ancient and Biblical history are expressed in the Dutch tapestries and painted frieze.
Both the Kaisersaal and the Vierschimmelsaal are reserved for state occasions of the Bavarian Government and are only available for the highest-ranking corporate events.