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The museum was nice, the whole tour of the Duke and Duchess' royal areas can be understood in English with a free audioguide. Beautiful woodwork and some interesting history. The glass part of the museum is all in German though.
A great place to learn about the life of dukes and dutchesses. Fortunately they have English audio tour guides, otherwise I think we would have been lost! A very inexpensive and time efficient stop that's well worth taking in.
The Wolfenbuettel Castle is a landmark in the peaceful country setting of Lower Saxony. Laden with historical landmarks, its origins can be traced back as early as 1118. Since 1430 it has been the cradle of the House of the Guelph Dukes of Brunswick, until...More
Visit to the Schless so worthwhile. If you go, make sure you get the headset in your language of choice. It really clarifies what went on in each room, the furniture, and other appointments in the castle. It is well preserved and interesting.
Recommended by the reise bureau of wolfenbutten, we have an informative tour of the town, including the Schloss museum. The schloss is very well maintained and the museum is well organized making my kids and me exited about part of german history in the feudal...More
This school & museum is situated in the second largest maintained castle in Lower Saxony. It was first recorded in 1074, has subsequently been destroyed & rebuilt repeatedly to the present pentagon complex.
It was booked for a family wedding reception & certainly rose to...More
Visits are accompanied by a guide (ours spoke quite good English). This baroque schloss is a really interesting place to visit, especially in view of the English connection (through the Hanoverian royal family). Highly recommended.