Open all year round castle and park not far from Coburg, which invites to relaxed strolling and lingering. Grotto with waterfall, hermitage, orangery - the landscape garden created in the 19th century is still able to enchant today. Opening hours, prices and more:
It is also worthwhile to join a hike in the area, such as direction "Hohe Schwenge". (For example: komoot.de/tour/8263211)
The castle is very interesting and can only be visited as part of a guided tour.
But the tour is well worth it, as the castle has been lovingly restored.
Film and photo shootings in the castle are prohibited.
The park is fantastic and well maintained.
April 3rd October: 9 am to 6 pm (last tour 5 pm)
4th October-March: 10-16 clock (last tour 15 clock)
closed on Monday
The park is largely barrier-free. For the castle is unfortunately then not accessible.
The castle Rosenau is a castle in the midst of a park in Unterwohlsbach, on the edge of the city of Rödental in Coburg, Bavaria. It is the birthplace of Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, later husband of British Queen Victoria. Today, Rosenau Castle is used as a museum.
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