Harburg Castle, on the Romantic Road, is one of the largest, oldest and best preserved castle fortresses in Southern Germany. From its elevated position, it dominates the eponymous city of Harburg and the river Wörnitz. The history of Harburg Castle can be traced back to 1150. Immerse yourself in the life of counts and princes! By joining a guided tour of the impressive Harburg castle you will see the Castle church St. Michael and via the water-tower you get towards the wall-walk on the ramparts, passing the many towers and bay windows and taking in the spectacular views of the surrounding city and landscape beyond, which are visible through the arrow-slits and „Holzaugen”, before reaching the Audience Chamber. The „Diebsturm“ is remarkable for its dungeon, and through the „Faulturm” you will reach the magnificent „Fürstensaal” (Prince´s Hall). The tour ends with a visit of the dining room followed by the hunting room.
adults € 3,00
children € 2,00
guided tour adult € 4,00
guided tour children € 2,00
reserved Groups more than 15 persons 3,00 €
+ entrance fee
Open Mid-March till 1st November
Daily from 10.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
Guided Tours every hole hour
Contact informationHarburg Castle
Owner: Gemeinnützige Fürst zu Oettingen-Wallerstein Kulturstiftung
Phone: +49 (0)9080 9686 0
Fax: +49 (0)9080 9686 66
How to find us
Harburg Castle is located in Bavaria between Donauwörth and Nördlingen directly on the "Romantic Road" (B25).