The main attraction of Ludwigsburg is the baroque palace, built in theearly XVIII century at the order of the Duke of Württemberg, Eberhard Ludwig.Its construction lasted 29 years. During this time, the building has grown tosuch a size that it was considered the largest baroque palace in Germany andAustria. Three styles- the Baroque, Rococo and Neoclassicism -were mixed in thearchitecture and design of the interiors of the palace.
Today the palace complex consists of 18buildings and 452 halls and rooms. It houses several interesting museums,ranging from a Baroque art gallery to the exposition of the XVIII-XX centuries’historical dresses. The museum of pottery and porcelain in the territory of thepalace is the largest in Germany. The palace theatre, Schlosstheater, one ofthe oldest in Europe, is also remarkable. The huge Ludwigsburg Palace complexis surrounded by a large park with an area of 30 hectares. It is decoratedwith dozens of well-groomed flower beds, fountains, groves, grottoes, andponds. The entrance of the park called "the Blooming Baroque" ispaid. Here you can see the real masterpieces of landscape art and enjoy the gardenof fairy tales with a living area, rides, gingerbread house and Thumbelina’s pond.