The Chamber of Art and Curiosities of Trausnitz Castle in Landshut is a branch museum of the Bavarian National Museum. With masterpieces of the Renaissance, it reflects the character of an art chamber, but in particular the Wittelsbach art chamber. The exhibition is marked by Hereditary Prince Wilhelm and his magnificent court life. He celebrated splendid celebrations at Trausnitz Castle and surrounded himself with various artists from all over Europe.
The exhibition is dedicated to four different themes Artificialia shows bronzes, paintings or small sculptures from artistically carved plum seeds. To the Naturalia include stuffed animals, mussels, horns and minerals Exotica is dedicated to works of art made of coral, mother-of-pearl and ivory. Science around 1600 with its scientific equipment and instruments shows Scientifica.
How to get there
By public transport
From the train station take bus number 7 to Trausnitz Castle, the bus stop is "Kalcherstraße"
You can reach Trausnitz Castle via the A 92 motorway, exit Moosburg Nord. Then the federal road B11 leads in the direction of Deggendorf/Hofham to Landshut-Stadtmitte.
Near Trausnitz Castle there are 100 parking spaces and 4 bus parking spaces (Hofgartenparkplatz).