The moated Glatt castle one of the few preserved water castles in the Germany and one of the oldest Renaissance castles in southern Germany. It was built and owned by the Neuneck family from the 13th century until 1671. The 13th century castle was converted into a Renaissance style in 1533-1540 by Reinhard von Neuneck. Today it hosts a museum center.



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Founded: 1533-1540
Category: Castles and fortifications in Germany
Historical period: Reformation & Wars of Religion (Germany)

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Adrian Koh (2 months ago)
Nice place for a slow afternoon. The ice cream in the Schloss Cafe was excellent!
Igor Loboda (3 months ago)
Nice surrounding and well organised walkthrough musemum.
Oliver Stoeckle (17 months ago)
historic place. lot of things to do. visit this place already twice and had coffee and cake. Cakes need definitely improvement first time I had a black forest cake not to my taste flavorless and no love. second time I tried the cheesecake and the bottom was burned. other than that staff very nice and helpfull.
Karin Brown-Witt (2 years ago)
Very interesting place. The museum is worth seeing. The Café House next to it is a real jewel. The waitress very friendly and the cakes are awesome. The small town has a mini golf. A place for the whole family to see.
Luc Harmsen (3 years ago)
A cute small Middle Ages castle with lots of armory and history. Of course our main goal was the Schwatzwelderkirschtorte…
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