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Schlosspark and Schloss Schieder

Short facts

  • Schieder-Schwalenberg

The baroque palace was used as a summer residence until 1918.

The construction of the castle in Schieder celebrated its completion in 1706. The initiators of the start of construction in 1703 were Count Casimir zur Lippe and his son Rudolf. The baroque palace was used as a summer residence until 1918.

The premises are currently being used by the Lippe-Ost adult education center as a reading room and for various events. The former palace garden is now used as a park. The park has been open to the public since 1914. This is characterized by a particularly old and unusual tree population. For example, you will find a bush chestnut tree that is over 125 years old, one of the oldest of its kind in Germany. In the immediate vicinity of the Emmerstausee you can relax in the park and let your mind wander.

Im Kurpark 1

32816 Schieder-Schwalenberg


Phone: +49 52 84 / 94 37 37 94

Website: www.schloss-schieder.com

General information

Park always accessible;
Café April - September 2pm - 6pm;
Breakfast from 20 people, lunch from 10 people on request
  • for Groups
  • for Class
  • for families
  • for individual guests
  • Pet allowed
  • Suitable for the Elderly
Foreign Language
  • German
  • English

Automobile; Train; Bus; Bicycle; Can be hiked on foot

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