the point at which the Lahn joins the Rhine is Lahneck Castle which was
built in 1244. With its combination of medieval architecture and 19th
century neo-gothic additions, it is a classic example of the castles of
The interior with its chapel, great hall, valuable paintings and
furniture is particularly worth seeing. The castle is privately owned.
1st April to 1st November
10.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
guided tours in German language hourly, duration: 50 minutes. You will see ancient furniture, weapons, armours and a historic dollhouse. Tours in English language on demand.