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Schloss Wilhelmshohe

Schlosspark Wilhelmshoehe 3, 34131 Kassel, Hesse, Germany
+49 561 316800
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Wilhelmshohe Schloss (Chateau) and Bergpark

We took a tour of the Schloss [English booklet available although tours are in German] and had a... read more

Reviewed 13 December 2017
New Zealand
Well worth the visit

Come here and see history from 100’s of years ago to WW2 and then the rebuilding of this great... read more

Reviewed 26 October 2017
Nate C
Ellensburg, Washington
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Schlosspark Wilhelmshoehe 3, 34131 Kassel, Hesse, Germany
+49 561 316800
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Reviewed 13 December 2017

We took a tour of the Schloss [English booklet available although tours are in German] and had a good look around the grounds, including the Bergpark - an outstanding asset to Kassel. Suggest starting at the Herkules Statue at top of Bergpark and walking down...More

Thank flyingkiwi2017
Reviewed 26 October 2017

Come here and see history from 100’s of years ago to WW2 and then the rebuilding of this great palace.

Thank Nate C
Reviewed 23 September 2017

No sign of the (war destroyed) castle interiors. Absolutely superb collection of Antwerp and northern Netherlands old-master paintings, plus a small classical and Egyptian collection. It's a small part of the major UNESCO WHS park at the edge of town. #1 tram stops 1/4 mile...More

Thank obsoperator
Reviewed 12 September 2017 via mobile

Great palace with history attached. Well maintained and in good condition. Great view over the city.

Thank ConnorKelly
Reviewed 9 September 2017

Excellent building and an amazing view of the city from the place. Natural surrounding is reallyyyyyy beautiful.

Thank AzadAjay
Reviewed 31 August 2017

For something to do in Kassel, take the Number 1 tram to Wilhelmshohe Park and than walk up to the Schloss Wilhelmshome. The Museum is only €3 to enter and well worth the visit (although €5 to take a photo is a bit unwarranted). Visit...More

Thank Steven P
Reviewed 24 August 2017

this was the last stop on our day-trip to see everything in Berg Park, including the Hercules Statue. nice pace to see. we got lucky and caught the last guided tour of the day. (I don't believe they allow self-guided tours.) only problem was that...More

Thank michael d
Reviewed 5 August 2017 via mobile

The palace itself is not that impressive architecturally, but fits the landscape very well. On one side is the natural parkland with walking trails, on the other side is the vast lawns and gardens, with a clear view up to the Hercules statue. We didn't...More

Thank Openfj0re
Reviewed 21 July 2017

Overall, the hotel was great. We had no complaints about the rooms or the service. The buffet was extra good! Being across the street from the Schloss and within walking distance of the tram made it easy to get to attractions. The Schloss tour is...More

Thank Jeffrey B
Reviewed 6 July 2017 via mobile

With several exhibitions this castle/residence is a must see. Combine with a visit to the Bergpark. Very good opportunity to get a peak into Kassel's rich history.

Thank Barnskybeat
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