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Came here with my three year old and my mother. This is a guided tour only access castle, like most. They do a normal tour, about 1 hour, and a kids tour. We took the normal tour and kept our three year old away from...More
A hidden gem in the German country side near Kassel
The park land is compact but so beautiful we had a very simple picnic , (there is no facility for catering ) we walked in the park landscape escorted by sheep ,kept there to maintain...More
This castle is in the front part of the park but there are much more to enjoy on the back. There are some activities during Summer (flowers exhibition, old cars enthusiast, etc.) that make it worth the visit. You will see sheeps keep the grass...More
Beautifully maintained with everything as it was when used by the the rulers of this part of Germany. Plan on taking a couple of hours to see it properly. It is a few kms. from Kassel in a lovely area with forests, and open countryside....More
The 18th century gigantic hill-side fantasy of Kassel-Wilhelmshöhe (crowned by a huge bronze replica of the Farnesian Hercules and enlivened by an impressive series of cascades and fountains) is well-known, but a few kilometers to the north another veritable jewel of 18th century art and...More
We visited late in the day, so we were no longer able to take a tour. However the grounds are just amazing. There are signs throughout the property that tell a little about what you are seeing. We found it very interesting, especially considering that...More
Schloss Wilhelmsthal is much less famous than schloss wilhelmshohe.
The palace is built by the grandfather of the man who built Schloss Wilhelmsthal. As I am a palace fanatic & into all things which are beautiful, I have decided to take the 1 hr tripf...More