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Visited Weesenstein during our recent trip to Germany. It's an unusual castle, by British standards, and one that needs to be explored. The castle brewery offers rustic meals and their win craft beer in a cellar building. All the descriptions were in English too, which...More
Schloss Weesenstein is very nice place to visit and it could be a one stop in your visit through Schloesserland Sachsen.
We visited gardens and the parts of the schloss which are for free. It took us about 30 minutes. Park is very nice place...More
Schloss Weesenstein was another pleasant surprise on our trip to Saxony. The castle is build bit by bit on rocks, so it has an unusual layout. During DDR it was a summer camp for children, but it has been well restored and is very interesting...More
This was on our way to Munich and was not a great deal of info on the internet about it. This is one of those hidden gems off the beaten path located in the country a few miles south of Dresden. The castle is impressive...More
They have English audio guides which was very helpful and allowed us to enjoy walking through the castle on our own pace.
You dont require a photo permit to take pictures here.
They brew their own beer here which a treat. The brewery didn't have...More
Depending where in Dresden you are coming from it's about 30min drive - so no reason to say it's too far. Weesenstein is part of the "Schloesserkarte Sachsen" - a great scheme where one can buy a card for EUR20 or EUR40 (10 days or...More
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The gardens are open to the public from what I recall. The castle is up the hill, the parking of course is at the base of the hill and you have to pay but it is only a couple of euros. When you go through the gate at the... More
The gardens are open to the public from what I recall. The castle is up the hill, the parking of course is at the base of the hill and you have to pay but it is only a couple of euros. When you go through the gate at the castle the store where you pay to go in is on your right (if you want to do the tour) and straight on and to the left are the gardens the entrance to the castle was only a few euros as well with audio guide the whole visit was quite nice.