Preserving all the features of Neuschwanstein Castle intact is an ongoing task. Therefore, restoration work and restoration investigations are currently taking place.
Nevertheless all rooms are accessible for visitors.
On the south façade of the Knights' House there is currently a scaffolding from which the windows are being restored. The work is expected to last until mid-October.
Half of the Singers' Hall is currently scaffolded. Part of the scaffolding is equipped with a semi-transparent, printed screen. This should give visitors a glimpse of the ongoing restoration work and at the same time give an impression of the wall surfaces as they look without scaffolding.
We apologize for any inconvenience caused.
In our experience, most visitors come to Neuschwanstein between July and September, so that during this time especially, considerable waiting times must be expected. It is also possible that all the available entrance tickets will already have been sold by lunchtime. We therefore recommend that you choose another time to visit Neuschwanstein Castle.
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Please note that entrance tickets for a particular day may be sold out. We would therefore ask you to reserve your tickets well in advance.
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The visit of Neuschwanstein Castle is only possible with a guided tour.
Rucksacks, prams, child carriers, and similar bulky objects may not be taken into the castle. Please leave these items in your car or bus.
No photographing or filming is allowed in the castle. Photo and film shootings are basically subject to approval and charges. Here you will find information on photography permits / film permits. Taking pictures of the outside of the buildings for private use does not require a permit.
Neuschwanstein Castle is on the edge of the Ammergebirge nature reserve; it is therefore not permitted to fly model planes or drones /multicopters.
Animals are not permitted in the castle.
6.9. to 3.11.2019
The special exhibition shows designs for Neuschwanstein's building and furnishings, which show the client's very high demands with rich imagination and the finest watercolour technique. Ludwig II's writing case from his study and the design for the foundation stone certificate can also be seen.
The exhibition can be viewed after the guided tour of the castle and is included in the admission fee to Neuschwanstein Castle.