On the traces
of the princes
Experience the history of our castle at first hand. In our castle museum, we have been making a piece of the Renaissance accessible to the public since 1960, thus providing interesting insights into the stately living and lifestyle of earlier days.
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On display are valuable period furniture, tapestries, paintings, faiences, porcelain and a collection of weapons, armour and hunting trophies from past centuries.
Your visit to the Castle Museum
A piece of renaissance
discover up close
Via the castle chapel and the Renaissance courtyard, you will embark on a journey through the Baroque hall with its over 300-year-old stucco ceiling, where concerts are still held regularly.
Find out about the devastating castle fire of 1963 in the Silver Hall and about part of the Order Collection, including the English Order of the Garter, in the Bretternen Gang.
In keeping with the archive room, a library awaits you in this room. This is a special 54-volume wooden library created around 1795. Return to the Feodora Library via the Neue Tafelstube and the Bretternen Gang. The Princess Feodora zu Hohenlohe-Langenburg, Queen Victoria’s half-sister, gave her name to the room.
In the Lindestammzimmer, the bust of Kaiser Wilhelm II and the special exhibition on the British coronations with Hohenlohe-Langenburg participation are impressive. As a crowning finale to a tour of the castle, an incomparable view of the surrounding Jagst valley awaits you from the Lindenstamm.
For international visitors, our audio guide offers the opportunity to experience the diverse history of the House of Hohenlohe and the castle in 20 exciting stations.
Audioguide sponsored by:
Discover the history & traditions of Langenburg castle
Get to know one of the most important historical cultural monuments in southern Germany in a variety of ways.