There is so much to explore.
Ludwigsburg Palace has more to offer than just royal state and living spaces. Several museums explore unusual topics related to the history of the palace and its inhabitants.
A spectacular overview of ceramic art and dining culture, from the Renaissance to present day.
The Kinderreich is a museum for joining in, where children can experience life at the palace with all their senses.
Baroque masterpieces from Germany and Italy are assembled in the Baroque gallery.
There's more to see than just clothing: wealth and beauty, daily life and hygiene, from the Rococo to the 1960s.
The original sandstone sculptures, which once stood on the roofs of Ludwigsburg Residential Palace, can now be viewed up close.
A glimpse into the final days of a monarchy: nostalgic photographs from the noble family's daily life.
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