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Schloss Rosenau

Rosenau 1, 96472, Coburg, Bavaria, Germany
+49 9563 308410
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Albert's birthplace - a must see

This is a charming little castle with lots of character. The rooms are all cosy and well preserved... read more

Reviewed 22 May 2017
Wilfrid L
Cobourg, Canada
Quiet But Lovely Tour

Beautiful grounds and very much worth the trip. Just a tour for three of us so plenty of attention... read more

Reviewed 14 August 2016
London, United Kingdom
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Owned by the master of the mint of Rosenau from the 15th century up to 1698; as of 1806, expansion as summer residence of the Coburg dukes in an English (neo)Gothic style. Birthplace of Prince Albert, husband of Queen Victoria of Great Britain and Ireland.
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Rosenau 1, 96472, Coburg, Bavaria, Germany
+49 9563 308410
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Reviewed 22 May 2017

This is a charming little castle with lots of character. The rooms are all cosy and well preserved, you also get to see Albert's crib. A very memorable visit.

Thank Wilfrid L
Reviewed 14 August 2016 via mobile

Beautiful grounds and very much worth the trip. Just a tour for three of us so plenty of attention. No English tours but they'll give you a handout which tells you all you need to know. Tours are on the hour every hour and it's...More

Thank skippy_ste
Reviewed 3 November 2015 via mobile

I've been here many times, myself, with my children, my elderly visitors, and most recently my godson. The castle is only accessible with a guided tour but is definitely worth a visit for anyone with an interest in Queen Victoria or anything similar. The park...More

2  Thank Bizzy6
Reviewed 31 August 2014

We went to see this “country castle” after visiting the other two big palaces in Coburg, Veste Coburg and Schloss Ehrenburg. It was a nice complement to the other two castles, as they had talked about it in the guided tours: while the Veste Coburg...More

2  Thank Arara
Reviewed 2 November 2013

If you have the inclination for a walk, this place is it! Full of history, woods, and paths, it is easy to see why Queen Victoria was enchanted. There is a lovely dining room in the small castle, which offers great service and restrooms. We...More

2  Thank gladwewent17
Reviewed 3 September 2013

Perhaps this is one of the smallest castles I've visited in Germany. Queen Victoria is believed to have said she would have chosen to live in this one if she had her choice. You have to be on a guided tour if you'd like to...More

1  Thank 808MikeN
Reviewed 30 August 2013

Not far away from Coburg, it complements very well the visit of the ducal city. The castle, which saw the birth of Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, Queen Victoria of England's cousin and future husband, is indeed a very romantic sight with its neo-gothic structure. It can...More

1  Thank Danielle D
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