Rosenburg castle is located in Lower Austria region, Austria. The first written reference of the castle dates back to 1175. It was originally built in the 12th century in the Romanesque style. In the 15th Century, Roseburg has been extended under Caspar Rogendorf to a Gothic castle. From the Gothic castle, the chapel and the exterior wallsare are still preserved. Between 1593 and 1597 most of the Gothic castle was demolished. The present Renaissance castle with 13 towers was built in the 16th century. The castle is owned by the Hoyos family since 1681.
Rosenburg Castle, Austria
The Renaissance castle is one of the most visited attractions in the Lower Austria region, now. The excellently preserved historical interiors are available as part of the castle tours. Beside the castle museum, there is falconry shows of the Renaissance Falcon Farm Rosenburg, which take place daily at 11.00 am and 3.00 pm. In the castle complex, you can find a castle tavern and a souvenir shop, as well.
May - September daily: 09:30 am until 17:00 pm
April and October daily 09:30 am - 16:30 pm, except Monday
Falconry shows at 11:00 am and 15:00 pm
Prices for falconry shows and castle tour:
Adult: € 10
Groups, Seniors, Students: € 8,50
Groups with a personal guide: € 10
Family (2 adults and school-age children): € 24
Children with audio guide: € 5
Students with personal leadership: € 6.50
At the Roseburg dogs are allowed, but not in the castle museum.
3573 Rosenburg, Österreich
Tel.: +43 (2982) 2911
Tel.: +43 (664) 4046 876
Fax: +43 (2982) 4511