Schloss Benrath (Benrath Palace) and park

Benrather Schloßallee 100-106, 40597 Düsseldorf

The Elector Carl Theodor was considered a building enthusiast and apparently he loved it. In the middle of the 18th century he had two pleasure palaces built in Düsseldorf.

These are Schloss Jägerhof and Schloss Benrath in the south of Düsseldorf. The latter was designed by architect Nicolas de Pigage and is considered one of the most beautiful late Baroque garden palaces in Europe. The very well-preserved building complex consisting of a main building, the eastern and western cavalier wings, the two gatehouses and four guardhouses, provides deep insight into the courtly life of the second half of the 18th century. The park, which borders on the Rhine embankment, was also designed by Nicolas de Pigage. The Museum of Garden Art, a unique collection worldwide, allows a journey through the centuries of European garden art and the history of the Benrath palace.

Adults (day ticket) 14€
discounts (day ticket) 10€
Kids, teenagers and students from 7-17 years of age (day ticket) 4€
Family ticket (max. 2 Adults und own children up to 18 years of age) 28€
Adults (single ticket) 10€
discounts (single ticket) 6€
Kids, teenagers and students from 7-17 years of age (single ticket) 3€

Discounts: Unemployment Pass, BenrathCard, Düsseldorf Card, Düssel Pass. Volunteer card, artist card (from the city of Düsseldorf), new citizen voucher, disabled person´s card, students/apprentices (up to 30 years old)
Free admission: Type: card, persons accompanying people with disabilities with registration number “B”, ICOM membership, children under 6, members of “Friends of the Benrath Palace and Park”, press card and SSPB palace card.

Accessibility Information
  • 3 disabled parking spaces: 1 at Northwestern gate, 2 at orangery car park.
  • Guided visits only.
  • Entrance one step of 20 cm height, door width: 80 cm.
  • 2 interim doors in building: 76 cm.
  • Wheelchair available on loan, seat width 45 cm. A visit in an electric wheelchair is not possible
  • First floor accessible via stairs only
  • Steep driveway to entrance, cobblestones

Museum of European Garden History:

  • Please announce visits with wheelchair at museum shop.
  • Entrance at rear side of building, inner courtyard partly cobblestones.
  • Steps accessible via mobile ramps. Assistance is required.
  • Elevator to first floor: 110 x 140 cm. Door width: 90 cm.
  • Doors in the building have a width of 78 cm only.
  • Some steps without ramps inside the building.
  • Disabled toilet accessible to wheelchair from one side.
  • Side transfer space to left of toilet: 100 x 150 cm. Door width: 90 cm.

Museum for Natural History:

  • 2 steps in front of the entrance
  • 2 mobile ramps (please notify in advance)

Palace Café

  • Electronic sliding doors.
  • Door width inside: 105 cm.
  • Level access.
General information Seniors friendly


Stiftung Schloss und Park Benrath
Benrather Schloßallee 100-106
40597 Düsseldorf

Phone +49 211 8921903