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Benrath Palace

Even from the outside, Benrath Palace is an impressive ensemble of "Corps de Logis" - the main building, the neighbouring buildings (two cavalier wings and two gatehouses) as well as the Orangerie and the extensive Schlosspark. There is so much to discover here that you should easily take several hours to visit. Be sure to plan a tour of the Palace and book online or by phone in advance. This is also possible in English. The main building can only be entered with a guided tour - that is perhaps one of the reasons why it is still so well preserved. On slippers you walk through impressively decorated, high-ceilinged rooms. Everywhere in the decor are pictures of courtly hunting, rural festivals, pleasures of nature, the promotion and enjoyment of art, literature and science. Elector Carl Theodor von Pfalz-Sulzbach gave the orde to built Palace of pleasure and hunting in 1755 and it was completed 18 years later. The buildings survived two World Wars and are one of the highlights for visitors to Duesseldorf. All information and contacts to the palace tours are available at: https: //www.schloss-benrath.de/oeffnu ...
 

Accessibility Information
Taken from http://www.duesseldorf-barrierefrei.de/en/guided-city-tours-and-sights-to-see/culture/benrath-palace.html

Public Transport: No barrier-free stop nearby.

Corps de Logis:

  • 3 disabled parking spaces: 1 at Northwestern gate, 2 at orangery car park.

  • Guided visits only.

  • Entrance one step of 20 cm height, door width: 80 cm.

  • 2 interim doors in building: 76 cm.

  • Wheelchair available on loan, seat width 45 cm. A visit in an electric wheelchair is not possible

  • First floor accessible via stairs only

  • Steep driveway to entrance, cobblestones


Museum of European Garden History:

  • Please announce visits with wheelchair at museum shop.

  • Entrance at rear side of building, inner courtyard partly cobblestones.

  • Steps accessible via mobile ramps. Assistance is required.

  • Elevator to first floor: 110 x 140 cm. Door width: 90 cm.

  • Doors in the building have a width of 78 cm only.

  • Some steps without ramps inside the building.

  • Disabled toilet accessible to wheelchair from one side.

  • Side transfer space to left of toilet: 100 x 150 cm. Door width: 90 cm.


Museum for Natural History:

  • 2 steps in front of the entrance

  • 2 mobile ramps (please notify in advance)


Palace Café

  • Electronic sliding doors.

  • Door width inside: 105 cm.

  • Level access

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ADDRESS

Benrather Schloßallee 100-108
40597 Duesseldorf

Google Maps

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

Tram / Subway: U71, U74, U83 (Stop: Schloß Benrath)
Bus: 817, NE7 (Stop: Schloß Benrath)

Tram / Subway: U71, U74, U83 (Stop: Urdenbacher Allee)
Bus: 730, 788, 789, 815, 817, M1, NE7 (Stop: Urdenbacher Allee) 

Opening Hours

Benrath Palace:
Tuesday - Sunday 11am - 5pm
Monday closed
Entry in Benrath Palace only with a guided tour!

Park:
Open all day

COSTS

Guided Palace Tour:
Adults: 10 Euro
Reduced: 6 Euro
Kids (6-17 years): 3 Euro
Under 6 years: No entrance fee

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