Heimerzheim Castle

Heimerzheim, Germany

Heimerzheim castle was mentioned for the first time at the end of the 13th century, when it was built by the lords of Heimerzheim as a well-fortified moated castle. In the Baroque era the castle was converted into a residence. Today the moated castle is rented out by the family of the Baron von Boeselager as a conference and event location.

The site consists of a main castle and lower castle, with both parts of the castle based on a separate island, linked to each other by a bridge. The prestigious rooms of the main castle are hired out for celebrations as well as for sophisticated business events.

Next to the large ballroom in the lower castle are seven exclusive apartments providing overnight accommodation for visitors. The castle pavilion is a conference venue equipped with conference technology.



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


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Engeltje 1805 (3 years ago)
Schöner Wald mit Bächlein und Rad/Wanderweg
Thorsten Herkenrath (3 years ago)
Very nice route to go here by bike
E. K. (3 years ago)
Not so nice
Jasmin S (3 years ago)
Very nice to go for a walk. Paths and benches could be better maintained, but otherwise really nice.
C Denzer (4 years ago)
A beautiful piece of nature. The river is currently being drained by reactivating silted up side arms. In the direction of Heimerzheim after Dünstekoven on the right side of the river you will find a small hill which is held by 4 trees. Just in front of it there is a dead, hollowed tree, parts of which are on the ground. Ideal for children to play and crawl through.
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