Staatliche Schlösser und Gärten Baden-Württemberg

CORONA-VIRUS COVID-19

When visiting our monuments, including the outdoor areas for which a fee is charged, 2Gplus proof is required with immediate effect. In addition to the respective proof, an original official identification document must be presented in order to verify identity.
Furthermore, there is the obligation to collect contact details from all guests as well as the FFP2 mask obligation (or comparable masks) in indoor areas from the age of 18.

Further informations
Ludwigsburg Residential Palace, a young visitor in the residential palace
Perfect for visitors of any age
Feel the enchantmentHeidelberg Palace
Feel the enchantment
Go on a journey of discoveryMaulbronn Monastery
Go on a journey of discovery

HIGHLIGHTS

Heidelberg Palace, view of city and palaceHeidelberg PalaceTruly romantic: the world-famous ruins
Heidelberg Palace - Truly romantic: the world-famous ruins
Maulbronn MonasteryMaulbronn MonasteryUnesco World Heritage Site
Maulbronn Monastery - Unesco World Heritage Site
Hohentwiel Fortress RuinsHohentwiel Fortress Ruinsthe most breathtaking panorama in baden-württemberg
Hohentwiel Fortress Ruins - the most breathtaking panorama in baden-württemberg
Weikersheim palace and gardenWeikersheim Palace & GardenA Renaissance and Baroque delight
Weikersheim Palace & Garden - A Renaissance and Baroque delight
Schwetzingen Palace & GardensSchwetzingen Palace & GardensExtraordinary gardens of European renown
Schwetzingen Palace & Gardens - Extraordinary gardens of European renown
Ludwigsburg Residential PalaceLudwigsburg Residential PalaceOne of the largest Baroque palaces in Germany
Ludwigsburg Residential Palace - One of the largest Baroque palaces in Germany

Corporate videoOUR HERITAGE. YOURS TO ENJOY

If you want to see Baden-Württemberg at its most beautiful, visit the many palaces and gardens run by the state heritage agency, Staatliche Schlösser und Gärten. How about a perfectly-preserved monastery complex, such as the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Maulbronn? Or there are Heidelberg's world-famous ruins. And there's much, much more.