Located in Dusseldorf, Germany is the beautiful Baroque-style ‘pleasure palace’ that was built in 1770 for the Elector Palatine Charles Theodor and his wife, Countess Palatine Elisabeth Auguste of Sulzbach.
The main building (shown above) offers daily tours of this spectacular Palace and if you are ever in Dusseldorf I highly recommend going.
Every room offers a different theme including the molding and the color scheme.
The grand room was built for balls, with the orchestra sitting in the dome above the guests for optimal acoustics. They still have the occasional concert here!
Uh, hi this is my bedroom (I WISH)
Behind the Palace lies a beautiful garden that was originally where they would go hunting. These pristine lawns are perfect for a mid afternoon stroll… and they’re open to the public for free.
If these pictures don’t inspire you go check it out, then I don’t know what will! Danke Benrath Palace for the great tour!
You can visit their site here for tickets and more information!