For a visit to our sights, the 3G rule applies if the 7-day incidence determined by the competent district administration authority is above 35, i.e. all visitors must either be
vaccinated against Covid-19
(with a vaccine authorised in the EU),
recovered from Covid-19 or
Proof of a negative PCR test (maximum 48 hours old) or rapid antigen tests / self-tests under supervision (maximum 24 hours old) must be BROUGHT ALONG.
No tests will be offered or proof issued on site!
Children up to their sixth birthday, pupils who are subject to regular testing as part of their school attendance and children not yet enrolled in school are exempt from compulsory testing.
You will need to bring appropriate proof (written or electronic).
There are steps leading down from the car park to the castle, but visitors with limited mobility may drive down to the square in front of the castle (which is otherwise reserved for residents).
The rooms in the castle can only be reached via steps. The Castle Courtyard (Burghof) is accessible for wheelchairs.
There is a barrier-free toilet in the administrative building next to the castle.
Taking pictures or filming is unfortunately not allowed during the guided tours. Pictures of the outside of the castle may be taken for private use only. Photo and film shootings for further use as well as the flying of drones / multicopters are basically subject to approval and charges. Here you will find information on / permits. permits
Bulky items may not be taken into the museum rooms. Prams and child carriers as well as large bags, rucksacks etc. can be left at the cash desk. No liability can be accepted for items deposited there.
Dogs may only be taken into the castle if they are carried. Unfortunately, we cannot offer supervision for animals brought along. Please keep dogs on an lead in the castle courtyard.
When visiting the castle, please wear warm clothing, do not bring any food or drink into the museum areas and mute your mobile phone during the guided tour.