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Things to know about your visit

Current information

Due to renovation work, Schönbusch Palace will unfortunately not be accessible to visitors in 2024.

23 March-27 October 2024: Special exhibition at the Pompeiianum

What Remains of the End. Death and Remembrance in Greece

The exhibition is accessible during the opening hours and is included in the admission price.

Further information on the special exhibition »What Remains of the End. Death and Remembrance in Greece«

Organizer: Staatliche Antikensammlungen und Glyptothek München


Picture: View from the Pompeiianum to Johannisburg Palace

Information for people with a handicap

Here you will find some information to prepare your visit if your mobility is restricted or if you are visually or hearing impaired.


Garden plans

Plan of the Aschaffenburg Palace Gardens

Plan of Schönbusch Park


Photography and filming

Taking pictures of the outside of the palaces for private use does not require a permit. Photo and film shoots taken for further use as well as the flying of drones / multicopters are basically subject to approval and charges. Here you will find information on photography permits / film permits.

We also provide you with image and film material that you may use free of charge on your own website under certain conditions; click here to download image material or download footage.



Free Wi-Fi is available in the entrance and ticket office areas of Johannisburg Palace and in the western part of the palace courtyard.



Dogs and other animals are not allowed in any of the buildings. We cannot offer supervision for animals brought along. Please keep dogs on a lead in the gardens.


Picture: Path at Schönbusch Park

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