Visit the lovely palace park north of Munich

Schleißheim Court Garden: A baroque palace park

Schleißheim Palace is located north of Munich in the small town of Oberschleißheim. Its baroque Court Garden (Hofgarten) is worth a visit.

Im symmetrischen Barockgarten der Schlossanlage Schleißheim.
Michael Hofmann

Remarkable: The garden is almost unchanged since the 17th century

The palace park designed by Henrico Zuccalli is a prime example of 17th century garden art, as it is one of the few baroque gardens that have remained unchanged to this day. It was enlarged by Dominique Girard in the early 18th century. A typical element is the canal that divides the garden - which was finished in 1781.

In the middle of the park is also the small Lustheim Palace, which exhibits one of the largest collections of Meissen porcelain.

The entrance to the Court Garden is free.

At a glance

Schleißheim Court Garden

Maximilianshof 1
85764 Oberschleißheim