Your passport to Baden Württemberg’s cultural heritage sites

Schlosscard

Visit 24 of Baden-Württemberg's most treasured cultural heritage sites at an irresistible price.

Eine kostümierte Dame präsentiert die Schlosscard

Your Schlosscard

The Schlosscard gives you entry to 24 of South-West Germany’s most enchanting castles, palaces, gardens and monasteries – all at a bargain price: €24 for adults and €12 for concessions. Each entrance ticket is valid for one person and grants a one-time visit to the cultural heritage site. The Schlosscard is valid for one year following its first use. This provides you with ample time to visit Baden-Württemberg’s magnificent palaces, castles, monasteries, ruins and historical gardens. It is not possible to extend the validity period of the Schlosscard. You can purchase the Schlosscard at palace and monastery ticket offices or by contacting info@ssg.bwl.de.

Concessions

Children and youth from ages 6 to 14, schoolchildren and students up to 28 years of age and persons with a severe disability can obtain the Schlosscard at a concessionary price. Please note that you must present relevant proof/ID upon each use of the concessionary ticket.

Valid for the following cultural heritage sites:

  • Alpirsbach Monastery
  • Schussenried Monastery (does not include entry to the Monastery Museum in the Church of St. Magnus)
  • Bebenhausen Monastery and Palace
  • Bruchsal Palace
  • Heidelberg Palace (does not include use of the funicular railway)
  • Karlsruhe Botanical Gardens
  • Sepulchral Chapel of the Grand Duchy Karlsruhe
  • Kirchheim Palace
  • Ludwigsburg Residential Palace und Ludwigsburg Favorite Palace  (does not include entry to the Blühendes Barock, “Baroque in Bloom” palace gardens)
  • Mannheim Baroque Palace
  • Maulbronn Monastery
  • Meersburg New Palace
  • Ochsenhausen Monastery
  • Rastatt Residential Palace
  • Rastatt Favorite Palace
  • Salem Monastery and Palace
  • Schwetzingen Palace and Gardens
  • Hohentwiel Fortress Ruins, Singen
  • Solitude Palace, Stuttgart
  • Sepulchral Chapel on Württemberg Hill, Stuttgart
  • Tettnang New Palace
  • Urach Residential Palace
  • Wiblingen Monastery, Ulm
  • Weikersheim Palace and Garden

Admission to many cultural heritage sites includes a standard guided tour. Use of the ticket in combination or as part payment towards a special tour or other event is not possible.

We hope you have a wonderful time visiting beautiful, historically fascinating Baden-Württemberg.

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