The castle Hohen Neuffen - an unforgettable, unique setting in a magical place. This is a slogan of the castle restaurant Burg Hohenneuffen. From hikers to businessmen, there is something for everyone. The medieval ambience is something very special for all visitors.
In addition to simple retreats, events such as weddings and other celebrations are also organized. For many the knight's meal is a very special highlight.
And after the meal, a visit to the falconry will delight young and old alike. The castle is open daily from 9-17 clock.
Restaurant opening hours: 1 April to 30 October:
Wednesday to Saturday 9-22 clock (kitchen from 11.30 to 21.00 clock)
Sundays and public holidays 9am to 7pm (kitchen from 11.30am to 6pm)
Kiosk and castle are open daily, also Monday and Tuesday, from 9-19 clock
October 31 to November 6:
open daily from 9am to 5pm (kitchen until 4pm)
November 7th to December 23rd
Saturday and Sunday 10-18 clock (kitchen 11.30 bis 17.00 clock)
Closed on the 24th and 25th of December
December 26th to 31st 9am - 5pm (kitchen 11:30 am to 4pm)
January 1st only kiosk open from 10-17 o'clock.
2nd to 8th January 9 am to 5 pm (kitchen 11.30 am to 4 pm
January 9th to March 5th
Restaurant and kiosk open on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am to 6 pm (kitchen until 5 pm).
6 to 31 March: kiosk and restaurant Wednesday to Sunday 10 am to 6 pm (kitchen 11:30 am to 5 pm)
Tel: (0 70 25) 22 06
September 29, 2016
The castle Hohenneuffen is a popular destination with restaurant, beer garden and kiosk. The entrance to the castle is free. Worth seeing are the partially accessible casemates.
Every year in June the Hohenneuffen mountain run takes place, in which the runners from the start in Linsenhofen cover a distance of 9.3 km and 438 vertical meters. The organizers of the mountain run are TSV Beuren and TSV Frickenhausen. At the castle many other events take place, such as a medieval market or concerts in the courtyard. In the summer season there is a "falconry spectacle" on Sundays and public holidays where many birds of prey are shown in free flight. From April to October, the second Sunday of the month is a church in the open.
Very impressive is also the lighting of the outer walls on Sundays and public holidays. Originally donated by the Neuffen citizen Otto Krieg in the 1950s, the complex was completely renewed in 1984 by the city and cultural ring Neuffen e.V. and is maintained by the latter.
July 4, 2017
With a ceremony, a monument donated by Mechthild and Roland Munk was unveiled at the castle. In keeping with the 60th anniversary of the takeover of the Stauferlöwen as the coat of arms of the state of Baden-Württemberg, a Hohenstaufen memorial was unveiled at Hohenneuffen Castle. The octagonal memorial stone made from Jura travertine bordered with creamy white has been donated by Mechthild and Roland Munk from Degerloch.
October 11, 2017
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