Keverberg Castle

Kessel, Netherlands

Keverberg castle was built originally in the 9th century castle, today only ruins are left. The castle is used as a wedding location and for events and concerts.



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Founded: 9th century AD
Category: Castles and fortifications in Netherlands

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Gideon (10 months ago)
Nice to have a look around Entrance 8 euro pp Imo 5 would have been a better price
Boris Brevdo (15 months ago)
You can have a nice walk by the river and see the magnificent ancient castle. A great overall experience.
Andrei Mamchenko (2 years ago)
This is amazing small castle which blows your mind from the very start. I won’t tell you what to expect, just get a tour and try to make all the quest points. Don’t forget to get a beer or a coke afterwards in the main hall cafe.
Roman Buniak (2 years ago)
Nice object to see. Interesting combination of modern and historical parts
Raluca Mihu (2 years ago)
A well preserved castle. Could only see the outside because it was closed due to Covid-19.
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