Frequently Asked Questions

Will I get wet on the trick fountain tour?

Only if you wish to. We recommend that you do not bring highly sensitive equipment or clothing into the Trick Fountains.

Is a reservation necessary?

A reservation is not necessary for individuals and small groups. For parties of 15 or more persons, we recommend making a reservation in order to avoid long waiting times.

Are the trick fountains still open in bad weather?

The palace and the trick fountains are open daily, all summer long, regardless of the weather. Opening times can be found here. The park is open the whole year round.

May I take pictures?

In the palace and trick fountains, taking pictures is allowed and expressly welcome. We would also be very happy to be mentioned on Facebook and Instagram.

Are dogs allowed?

Yes, dogs are very welcome in Hellbrunn, however they must be kept on a leash. In the Trick Fountains, we ask you to additionally ensure your dog wears a muzzle. In the park, there is a specially designated dog area where your four-legged friend can run freely. Dogs are not allowed in the palace exhibition, unless they are small enough to fit in your pocket or under your arm.

Is the entire Hellbrunn facility wheelchair accessible?

The park and the trick fountains are wheelchair accessible. You can rent a wheelchair at the trick fountains ticket office. Unfortunately, the palace is not wheelchair accessible. Metered handicapped parking spaces are signposted in the parking lot (maximum daily fee € 4.00). Free parking with Eurokey.

Please check out our page on Barrier-Free Accessibility.

Are there parking spaces?

There is plenty of parking for cars and coaches.

There is a free coach park for tour groups visiting the Trick Fountains.

Parking is also free out of season (excluding the Christmas Markets) in Hellbrunn.



  • € 2 for the first 2 hours
  • € 1 for each additional hour
  • € 4 max. daily rate


  • € 10 per hour
  • € 50 max. daily rate