Vorderburg Castle

Neckarsteinach, Germany

Vorderburg is one of the four local castles built early 13th century by Ulrich I of Steinach. It consists essentially of a residential building, a dungeon and a farm building. Parts of ancient ramparts are also obtained. Today the castle is privately owned by the barons of Warsberg-Dorth.

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Founded: 13th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in Germany
Historical period: Hohenstaufen Dynasty (Germany)

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Steve Stowell (6 months ago)
Private Castle but I went to a wedding reception here. Only saw the courtyard but it was nice. https://neckarsteig.de/en/der-steig/burgen-und-schloesser/vierburgenstadt-neckarsteinach
Mohamed Hamed (12 months ago)
The castle is owned by a family and not allowed for public visitors
Graham D. (13 months ago)
Not accessible but nice nonetheless, and a good start to the 4 Burg Tour (the other three you can enter and climb around).
F. Nobels (2 years ago)
Castle not accessible because the place seems privately owned.
William Goh (3 years ago)
Now is closed to the public :(
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