Fantaisie Palace was begun in 1761 and completed after 1763 by Duchess Elisabeth Friederike Sophie von Württemberg, daughter of the Bayreuth Margrave Friedrich and his wife Wilhelmine. The attractive palace park combines elements from three main style epochs: Rococo, Sensibility and Historicism.

The palace is the location of the first garden museum in Germany, with exhibits, displays and videos vividly recreating the history of garden design.

Among the highlights is the copy of the famous inlaid cabinet by the Spindler brothers.



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Founded: 1761
Category: Palaces, manors and town halls in Germany
Historical period: Emerging States (Germany)


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klaus stahl (9 months ago)
Unfortunately not open at 10am. Internet site has incorrect opening times. According to the park staff, they will open as they please.
Johannes Winkler (2 years ago)
Absolutely rude handling of wedding planning. The location pavilion is a dream, but the requirements and rules are a nightmare. I can only advise you against this.
Zwillingsfamilie (2 years ago)
Nice weather and a beautiful terrace in the middle of beautiful nature. Simply ideal with a delicious ice cream parlor and delicious cakes. The prices are reasonable and there is parking everywhere around the park. Really very recommendable. If you have time, you can also enjoy nature on a walk in the park.
Wael Mohamed (3 years ago)
Super view with amazing service
Alyona Kovalets (3 years ago)
Very good prices. Seat place outside also are inside
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