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Schönburg Castle Tavern

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Description:

The Schönburg was first mentioned in a document in 1157.

The castle with its imposing round tower was an important possession of the Naumburg bishops in the Middle Ages.
Of the original building substance from the 12th and 13th century, the remains of the walls, the keep and the court house have been preserved, and the "Alte Försterei" (old forester's lodge) from 1539 now houses the castle restaurant. The courthouse is actively used as a registry office. A modern building made of steel and glass provides insights
The Schönburg was first mentioned in a document in 1157.

The castle with its imposing round tower was an important possession of the Naumburg bishops in the Middle Ages.

Of the original building substance from the 12th and 13th centuries, the remains of the walls, the keep and the court house are still preserved.

The "Alte Försterei" of 1539 today houses the castle restaurant. The courthouse is actively used as a registry office. A modern building made of steel and glass provides insights into the symbiosis of old and new. Here the preservation of historical monuments and modern use are combined.

The menu with selected delicacies as well as seasonal specialities will make even the most spoilt palate praise the chef. Only fresh and high quality ingredients are used.  

In addition to the rich selection of fine food, you will also find a wine list with a selection of exquisite wines from Saale & Unstrut.  


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Wednesday to Sunday 11:00 - 18:00
  • Restaurant
  • Excursion restaurant
  • for children (any age)
  • for families
  • for individual guests

Where:

Address:

Operating company Schönburg GmbH

Castle 1
06618 Schönburg
Phone: +49 34 45 / 750218
E-mail: burg@schoenburg.de
website: http://www.burg-schoenburg.de/

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