1. Neuschwanstein castle
  2. Gift shop

Neuschwanstein castle gift shop

Business Hours: Monday – Sunday; 9 am – 6 pm

The majority of visitors to Neuschwanstein castle consider buying souvenirs as part of their must-do Neuschwanstein experience. There are plenty of places to pick up gifts associated with this palace. Yet, different items purchased at the Neuschwanstein castle gift shop become very special and collectible gifts.

Tourists can visit the shop right after the tour. It is situated next to the old kitchen at the entrance to Neuschwanstein.

It offers a wide range of high-quality souvenirs including:

  • textiles,
  • shawls,
  • bags,
  • books,
  • jewelry,
  • pillow covers,
  • fans,
  • coffee mugs with gold rims and more.

One couldn’t help but notice that a variety of light blue shades prevail in the design of souvenirs, which is believed to be the favorite color of Ludwig II who had the castle decorated with shimmering blue silk curtains, finest velvet tablecloths and furniture covers in the same color scheme.

Other recurring themes that may be found on every gift include detailed images of the castle, white lilies and swans.

The royal look of every item reflects the attention to detail. All the souvenirs purchased in the gift shop near Neuschwanstein castle exude a touch of luxury and sophistication without being too flashy and are thoughtful gifts to take home from the trip to Neuschwanstein castle.

Neuschwanstein castle ticket options

Neuschwanstein Castle Skip-the-line Ticket

from €35.00

Neuschwanstein Castle Day Trip from Munich

from €55

Day Trip to Neuschwanstein & Linderhof Castles from Munich

from €57

Neuschwanstein Tour from Munich: Groups of 4 or More

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