Reuland Castle

PlaceBurg-Reuland

Description

Until the 18th century, Reuland Castle (built in the 12th c.) was a vast construction. The ruin that is open to visitors today still has a size of 55 m to 65 m. In addition to the actual fortress, it also had a burg ring and a ditch with a rampart that incorporated two sides. Until the beginning of the 14th c., it was the family compound of the noble house von Reuland. The collection of the castle houses findings from the archaeological excavations that happened there. These excavations have been documented thanks to pictures and writings. One could also see depictions of the owners and residents of the castle, pictures of old documents and seals, a showcase with findings from the excavation of the leftovers of the castle of Ouren, which is located nearby.
Guided tours upon request.

General information

 Animals accepted
 Non-smoker
 People in wheelchair
 Persons with reduced mobility

Offers / proposals

Free

Information about opening hours

May 1st - June 30th: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm (closed on Tuesdays)
July 1st - September 15th: 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
September 16th - November 15th: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm (only on weekends)
Easter holidays: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

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Contact details

Reuland Castle
Dietrichweg, Burg-Reuland
4790 Burg-Reuland

T. +32 80 42 00 46 +32 80 32 97 12

E. kulturhaus.reuland@skynet.be
W. http://www.reuland-ouren.be

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