The King Ticket

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Please request availability for this ticket first using our “Enquiry Form” on the right. Only book and pay when we confirm your ticket request. Paying in advance without confirmation could result in cancellation fee.

The King Ticket includes a tour of both Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau Castles, both in the village of Hohenschwangau.

Allow about 3 hours for this ticket.

This ticket is the most popular after the Neuschwanstein Ticket with guests who would like to see more than “just” Neuschwanstein Castle but have limited time.

The world-famous Neuschwanstein Castle took 17 years to build (1869-1886). The King only lived in the castle briefly, but spent many years “on site” in an apartment above the main gate, guiding and making changes to the castle while it was built. The Castle looks very different, depending on which side you are looking at. This is because two architects with very different styles were involved in the planning and construction of this enormous castle. 200 rooms were planned but only a handful were ever finished. The details in the finished rooms are, however, spectacular and well worth seeing for yourself!
7 weeks after the King’s untimely death, the castle was opened to the public which seems ironic considering the King built the castle as a retreat for himself, to avoid people!
It was very popular with visitors from the beginning and continues to grow in popularity, with over 1.4 million visitors a year, it would be considered one of the most famous castles in Europe.

Hohenschwangau Castle, perhaps less famous than Neuschwanstein Castle, is no less impressive. It was King Ludwig II’s childhood home, having been built by his father King Maximilian II of Bavaria in 1837.
Inside you see how a Royal Bavarian Family lived in the 19th Century, with original murals, furniture and artefacts on display.