Museum of carriages and sleighs
The well-known Marstallmuseum has state coaches, sleighs and riding equipment used by the Bavarian rulers. The coaches are works of art in which technical refinements are combined with fine upholstery, sculpture, gilt ornamentation and painting. They also played a part in historical events; the Paris Coronation Coach, for example, was used for the coronation of the emperor Karl Albrecht in 1742. Among the main highlights of this museum are the magnificent vehicles that belonged to King Ludwig II. On the upper floor is the exquisite Bäuml Collection, which is an almost complete record of the products of the Nymphenburg Porcelain Manufactory from 1747 to 1930.