The Ludwigshöhe was the summer residence of the Bavarian King Ludwig I.
The castle is open year-round, can be visited and is used for events such as monthly recurring concerts, galleries and temporary exhibitions. More details can be found here at de.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Villa_Ludwigshöhe.
When we were there, the car-corso of a rally driver of the rally driver drove straight from the yard with infernal noise.
March 26, 2017
It was not without reason that King Ludwig I decided in 1843 to build a summer villa in Palatinate, which belonged to Bavaria, from which his father Maximilian I came from. It should be on the edge of the Haardt mountain range. In 1845, the land required at the foot of the Rietburg was acquired by the municipalities of Edenkoben and Rhodt.A beautiful piece of earth.
November 28, 2018
Magnificent view over the Rhine plain.
There is an interesting tour of the rooms with beautiful ceiling painting offered, which are not freely accessible (Tip: times before learn). These include the private royal rooms upstairs, including bath and toilet, downstairs drawing rooms where events are held and where you can marry, and the large kitchen downstairs.
The exhibition of works by the artist Max Slevogt is also rewarding.
Sometimes there are small temporary exhibitions, currently about the impressionist Lesser Ury.The castle will be closed for refurbishment from Nov. 2019 for more than 2 years.
October 27, 2019
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