Hülchrath Castle is located in the town of the same name in the Rhine district of Neuss and is more than 1000 years old.

The castle was on the one hand a place of refuge and on the other hand a witch’s dungeon. Today you can see a gate tower in the Gothic architectural style behind the upstream moat. And although the castle has suffered some destruction in the past, the castle with its outer bailey leaves an imposing impression. Today Hülchrath Castle is privately owned and used as an event location.


Hülchrath Castle Grevenbroich

History: One of the best preserved medieval moated castles, which was first mentioned in a document in the 12th century
Guided tours: Every 1st Sunday of the month public guided tours of the castle with breakfast, further tours by arrangement
Events: Numerous events on the castle grounds, including medieval market, dance in May
Specials: Weddings at Hülchrath Castle / Event options from 10 to several thousand people / Knight’s dinner / Hülchrath Castle is a place for special events / beer garden in the season

You can visit the castle, among other things. every 1st Sunday of the month during a public guided tour of the castle. (Check the website for changes). Events such as May Dance or a medieval market also take place on the castle grounds. You can also celebrate weddings or other celebrations at the castle. There are also numerous options for company events at the castle. The knight meals with medieval variety, music and drama are also very popular. But for those who just want to take a look at the castle, a trip to Hülchrath is worthwhile.

Castles and Palaces on the Lower Rhine:

Hülchrath Castle Grevenbroich

Location : Schloss Hülchrath, 41516 Grevenbroich

Opening Times: See Homepage

Internet : https://www.schloss-huelchrath.de/

This map shows some historic castles and palaces in the region of the Lower Rhine. Some are among the most beautiful castles in Europe.

Castles & Palaces

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You will find numerous historic building in the region of the Lower Rhine. For example castles, churches, mills and more.

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