Grünau Hunting Lodge

Neuburg an der Donau, Germany

Grünau Hunting Lodge was built by Wittelsbach count in 1530 to this wife. The well-preserved castle-like lodge is today used for culture events.


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Founded: 1530
Category: Palaces, manors and town halls in Germany
Historical period: Reformation & Wars of Religion (Germany)


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User Reviews

Jeremy Br (2 years ago)
Nice to walk around. However schloss is private so you won´t see the inside
Balachandra Kumar C S (3 years ago)
Beautiful with a bicycle ride from Ingolstadt
Jayde Müller (4 years ago)
Nice castle and a big walking forest with lakes
Sean MacRae (4 years ago)
Nice castle and grounds.
Yulia A.-Dolgorukaya (5 years ago)
Very nice castle I visited for Jagdmesse.
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