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Neo-Gothic construction, first mentioned in 1122, from 1862 to today it has been owned by the ducal family of Saxony-Coburg and Gotha. The “Ducal Art Collection” is housed there with noble home decor, Roentgen furniture, palace chapel and rose...more
What a lovely Palace..with a view of palace Veste on another side..A walking distance from the car Park with a Short cut( Fußgänger )some meters from the new house being built opposite the parkplatz,but in Sommer one can walk on the road(small hill) upto the...More
Lovely self-tour of this palace and gardens, the residence of the current Duke and his family. The view of the surrounding countryside is most impressive. Most of the rooms are not furnished, but rather, present beautiful objects in a museum-like setting. The collection of family...More
You get to wander the halls and the gardens by yourself. You can feel what it would have been like to live in such a wonderful place. Plus they have some wonderful artwork and clocks on display. It is a great place to learn the...More
I really loved the Castle. The walk up was steep but I got to see Deer in the meadow.
The Shooting Museum was an amazing experience. There were trophies going back years. Olympic torches and Medals too. The memorabilia was well worth it. I got...More
The castle has been the summer residence of the Saxe-Coburg-Gotha ducal house until 1945, less than 75 years ago, so you don't feel you are walking through a museum-type castle, but feel like the owners will come back any minute. In some rooms, you almost...More
I highly recommend visiting this castle. It has a beautiful garden that looks out onto a field with deer. It takes an hour or more to see everything in the castle. Some rooms you can't enter but the doors are class so you can see...More
We were drawn by curiosity and a photo exhibition. Castle entry with the exhibition was only 5 Euro. If you are fascinated by the British royal family, the castle becomes much more interesting, as there is seemingly a portrait of every member of the family,...More
Only 5 Euro/person (and part of the Coburg combo ticket) and GREAT value for the money! We went on a lazy Saturday afternoon and were able to walk through at our own leisure and explore on our own. There are great family heirlooms and paintings...More