Meersburg New Palace
From 1750 until its resolution in 1803 the Meersburg New Palace was the residence of the prince-bishops of Constance. Even today the Palace still looks very impressive with its monuments based on drafts by Balthasar Neumann. The palaces' garden terrace offers an unrivaled panorama view, which allows you to get a glimpse of the Swiss shores of Lake Constance.
Additionally, the prince-bishops rooms shine in their full splendor. The museum shows not only the rooms but also tools for hunting and musical instruments, the "Prince-Bishops Naturalienkabinett" (a cabinet of curiosities), and explains the prince-bishop of Constance's dominion.
April 1 to October 31
Monday to Sunday: 9.30am to 6pm
November 1 to March 31
Saturday, Sunday and public holidays 12pm to 5pm
Last entry 30 Minutes before applicable closing time
Closed 24 and 31 December