Royal Garden King Ludwig I.
The emergence of the garden in the Bad Brückenau health resort goes back to 1717. "Andrea Gallasini", the Italian court architect used by the prince abbots of Fulda, designed a strictly symmetrical garden that embodied the main characteristic of a central axis, which extends across to the Sinn Valley to this date. Over the passage of time, changes to the building took place. especially under King Ludwig I., who used the spa resort as a summer residence 26 times, therefore also drawing on the castle park. The contrast to the primitive nature of the adjacent fields and woods makes for the particular charm of the manorial park. Impressive flower beds, splending arrangements of roses and the abundant cultivation of trees are based on the traditional structures, as the chestnut alley pruned to a box shape and the pergola. The regal traces have been preserved to this date in the fairytale-like, historical building complex.
all year, every day
Contact informationRoyal Garden King Ludwig I.
97769 Bad Brückenau
Owner: Freistaat Bayern
How to find us
Car: from North or South via A7 Kassel - Würzburg, from Frankfurt via A66 via Schlüchtern
Train: Fulda station (35 km, ICE stop), you reach Bad Brückenau by bus
Airport: Frankfurt and Nurernberg (1,5 h / 2 h by car), Munich airport (3 h)