Located between Hamelin and Bad Pyrmont, Schloss Hämelschenburg is a superb Renaissance castle built in Weser sandstone between 1588 and 1612. The characteristic façades are endowed with 24 elaborately decorated gabled dormers. The interior is decorated with the original 17th-century furniture.
Opening Hours & Admission
The castle is open daily (except Mondays) between April and October. Visits are by guided tours only, starting every hour from 11:00 am until 4:00 pm (until 5:00 pm from May to September).
Admission costs 6.5 € for adults, 4.5 € for students and children above 6 years old, and free under 6 years old.
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