Until the 18th century, the 12th century Reuland Castle was an impressive construction in which the noble Reuland lineage had taken up residence until the 14th century.
The ruins still cover an area of 55 by 65 metres. In addition to the fortified castle, the complex had an enclosure and a moat with a protective wall running along both sides. The castle's collections include objects found on site during archaeological excavations, reproductions of manuscripts and seals. A showcase displays the findings from the ruins of the neighbouring castle in Ouren.
Texts and pictures describe the restoration work on the site. Guided tours on request.
The castle is accessible all year round.
Opening hours for the information pavilion at the castle:
From 1/7 to 31/08: Wednesday - Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm (closed Monday and Tuesday) - September: Sunday from 10 am to 4 pm.
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