Berlepsch Castle is one of the outstanding cultural historical buildings of its region. 650 years ago, the Berlepsch family built the keep on its border. Preserved and protected through the centuries, it is a structure that stands for another era. The values of bygone epochs, where strength and honour united the people, rest at this spot.
The Berlepsch castle complex goes back to its foundation by Arnolds von Berlepsch in the years 1368/69. The medieval fortifications were repeatedly expanded and reconstructed in the course of the 16th century after the destruction of the Thirty Years War. Especially the remodelling of the 1880s/90s by the important historicist architect Gustav Schönermark shapes its visual appearance today. Already from a distance, the visitor is presented the striking silhouette of the castle picturesquely situated on a mountain spur at the edge of the Werra valley. These distinctive features make this castle a high-ranking cultural, historical and artistic monument.
The time-honoured walls conceal gorgeous premises which betoken the values of bygone epochs. Any event - from weddings and conferences up to major events – are endowed with their very own esprit in this exceptional atmosphere.
Wednesday to Sunday and holidays from 12 noon to 9 pm
Sightseeing from the outside is possible at all times
Public guided tours: Wednesday to Friday: 3 pm, Saturday, Sunday and on public holidays: 12 noon, 2 pm and 4 pm
Berlepsch Castle presents diverse top-class events over the entire year.