Discover Bruchsal!

We invite you to a tour of the most important attractions and the nicest places in Bruchsal: the dreamlike Barockschloss, Amalienbrunnen, the prison’s impressive architecture and the Belvedere, built in 1756 as the prince-bishops’ shooting lodge. At the small “Heiliges Grab“ chapel, baroque, historism and art nouveau all come together. At the former barracks from the 18th century, you will encounter a contemporary witness of the famous baroque architect Balthasar Neumann. The crowning glory is climbing on top of the Bergfried, the oldest extant building in the city.

Duration: ca. 1.5 hours.
Meeting point: Barockschloss main entrance
Groups: 25 max.
Price: € 58 per group
Reservations: Touristinformation Bruchsal, phone: +49 (0)7251 50594-61, touristinformation@btmv.de


Guided tours of the baroque palace

Bruchsal Palace (Schloss Bruchsal) is the only Prince-Bishop’s residence on the Upper Rhine. It is famous for its opulent staircase constructed by Balthasar Neumann – known as the “crown jewel of all Baroque staircases”.

Guided tours in english, group and special guided tours by appointment. Further informations and fees click here.