Welcome to Rammenau Baroque Castle

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Opening Hours

 April to October

  • daily: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

November to March

  • Wed - Mon: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
  • Tue: closed
  • Dec 24, and Dec 27 to Jan 8: closed 

 

 

Subject to modifications.

Ticket Rates

  • Full rate 5,00 EUR
  • Reduced rate 2,50 EUR
  • Full rate: EUR 5.00
  • Reduced rate:  EUR 2.50
  • 2 adults and up to 4 children: EUR 10.00
  • 1 adult and up to 2 children: EUR 5.00
  • Group rate (15 people and more): EUR 4.00 per person
  • Group rate for pupils: EUR 2.00 per person

Photo permit

  • EUR 2.00

Free admission

  • Children aged 5 or younger
  • People visiting the castle on their birthday
  • Accompanying adults of severly disabled people (entry »B« iin the disability pass)
  • Tour guides
  • Tour bus drivers accompanying a tour group
  • 1 accompanying adult per 10 pupils
  • Journalists for reporting purposes (valid identification required)
  • Holders of the schloesserlandPASS

Subject to modifications.

How to find us

Whether by car, bus or train: You can reach Rammenau Baroque Castle always straightforward. The exact arrival routes can be found here.

schloesserlandPASS

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As early as 300 years ago, Ernst Ferdinand von Knoch had already realized the natural beauty of this landscape. The special charm of what once used to be a summer residence is reflected not only in the harmonious orchestration of its Baroque architecture and neoclassical decoration. Rammenau Baroque Castle awaits visitors with its illusionistic murals, stylish parlors, precious porcelain, contemporary artefacts witnessing its time as a castle and manor and interesting details of the philosopher Johann Gottlieb Fichte who was born there. 

Tips for trips

The Beauties of Upper Lusatia

Upper Lusatia – a land rich in history. Having accumulated its wealth from the trading route of the Via Regia once, present-day Upper Lusatia is most of all intriguing by its unique natural beauty. Near the town of Bautzen, the Spree river gains power to eventually join the Havel river in 400-km-distant Berlin. The closed-down open-cast lignite pits that are turning into what is expected to become the nature reserve of the Lusatian Lake District are making an impression already. The characteristic half-timbered ‘Umgebinde’ houses closely related to the local weaving industry, which have now carefully been restored, are evenly fascinating. 

Especially around Easter, there is plenty to see and hear in Upper Lusatia. The Easter eggs, finely painted with filigree ornaments following old Sorbian tradition, delight young and old, and the festively adorned Easter riders on horseback rejoice visitors with their hymns.

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