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Information for visitors

Information / Coronavirus

For a visit to our sights, the 2G plus rule applies, i.e. all visitors must either be

  • vaccinated against COVID-19
    (with a vaccine authorised in the EU)

  • or recovered from COVID-19.

You will need to bring appropriate proof (written or electronic) as well as a valid ID (identity card or passport).

IN ADDITION, a negative Corona test must be brought along.
Proof of a negative PCR test (maximum 48 hours old) or a rapid antigen test (maximum 24 hours old). No tests are offered, supervised or proofs issued on site!
Vaccinated persons who have additionally received a booster vaccination or have gone through a COVID-19 infection after complete immunisation (vaccination breakthrough) do not have to present a negative Corona test.
In the case of vaccination with the COVID-19 vaccine Janssen from Janssen-Cilag International (Johnson & Johnson), the second vaccination is not to be regarded as a booster vaccination, but takes place as part of the basic immunisation.

Children under 14 years are exempt from the 2G plus rule. Pupils are considered tested (pupil ID required).

Visitors are required to wear FFP2 masks. Children and young people between the ages of six and 16 only need to wear a medical face mask.

Here you will find further information and FAQ.


The W├╝rzburg Residence can currently be visited without a guided tour.

Unfortunately, the Tuscany exhibition and the Court Church are unfortunately not accessible until further notice.


Opening hours, admission charges and guided tours

Picture: Ceiling fresco in the Imperial Hall

Opening hours

April-October: daily 9 am-6 pm (last entry: 5.15 pm)
November-March: daily 10 am-4.30 pm (last entry: 4 pm)

Public holidays: The Residence is closed only on 1 January, Shrove Tuesday and 24, 25 and 31 December.

The Court Garden is open daily until dusk (8 pm at the latest).

Admission charges 2022 

9 euros regular · 8 euros reduced

The admission to the Court Church and the Court Garden is free.

 

 

Picture: Putto in the Court Church
Free and reduced entrance

Children under 18 are admitted free of charge.

Students over 18 from general schools, vocational schools, special schools and schools for sick children in accordance with Article 6 (2) of the Bavarian Education Law (BayEUG) are also admitted free on production of a student identity card.

Students from “second chance” schools (evening schools leading to intermediate or higher secondary school qualifications, colleges) in accordance with Article 6 (2) No. 1e of the Bavarian Education Law and language school students are not admitted free of charge.

Further details about reduced admission charges, free entrance etc you will find in our general information.

With one of our annual season tickets or 14-days-tickets you can visit over forty of the most beautiful sights in Bavaria!


Guided tours

Unfortunately, guided tours are currently not possible.


 
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