The Tüschenbroich Castle is located on the site of a former medieval fortification, a so-called motte.

Tüschenbroich Castle in its current form dates from the 17th and 18th centuries. After Franz Freiherr von Spiering bought the property, he had the former outer bailey converted into a castle according to his plans, which is now privately owned and can only be viewed by appointment.
The castle complex also includes a historic oil mill from the 18th century and a former grain mill, which is located on the opposite bank of the castle pond and which now houses a restaurant. Also worth seeing is the baroque Ulrich chapel, which is located on the Tüschenbroich forest and was built in the 17th century. The area around the castle with the Tüschenbroich forest recreation area is a popular destination today. Whether cyclists, hikers or families in summer, everyone can find relaxation here from the hustle and bustle of the big city

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Castle Tüschenbroich Wegberg

History: The area was first mentioned in a document around 1172 – 1624 the medieval castle on the Motte burned down – in the 17th – 18th centuries the former outer bailey was converted into a castle – in 1876 further renovations were carried out after a storm – today the castle is located privately owned
Guided tours: Guided walks around Tüschenbroich Castle
Events:
Specials: Historical oil mill – historical grain mill – Ullrich chapel – restaurant Tüschenbroicher mill – fishing park at the castle

Castles and Palaces on the Lower Rhine:

Castle Tüschenbroich Wegberg

Location : Zur Ulrichskapelle, 41844 Wegberg-Tüschenbroich

Opening Times: See Homepage

Internet : https://www.wegberg.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.

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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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