Wildberg Castle

Irnfritz-Messern, Austria

Wildberg Castle was probably built in the 12th century. It was enlarged by Puchheim lords in the 15th century and later converted into a Renaissance style palace. Today it is privately owned.

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Founded: 12th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in Austria

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4.2/5 (based on Google user reviews)

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Rainer Schwierjohann (2 months ago)
Very nice castle in need of renovation in the hills of Linz
Karina Adriana (7 months ago)
It's cute. The Christmas market provided a nice atmosphere, and it was a nice experience.
Sarah Hauser (10 months ago)
We had our wedding on September 9th, 2023 at Schloss Wildberg and can only recommend this as a wedding location!! A fantastic ambience! We were able to start decorating and setting up from Thursday morning, so we didn't have that much stress just before the wedding, and we're very grateful for that! We also received all kinds of support on site and everything was implemented according to our wishes. We would always want to get married there again, it was really beautiful!
Melanie Lasa (13 months ago)
We decided to have our wedding at Wildberg Castle a year ago and the big day was a week ago. It was the best decision! Not only is the location itself a dream, but the collaboration with Gerhard Koller was also flawless. Here you can still speak of “One man, one word”. Our guests were also thrilled because even the wedding ceremony could take place in the castle.
Nikos Wald (4 years ago)
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