The Saxony-Anhalt Museum Association

Museum Castle Falkenstein

Falkenstein

Burg Falkenstein Fenster Eike von Repgow Königszimmer
Burg Falkenstein
Founded in the 12th century, the Falkenstein is one of the most beautiful and best preserved castles of the Harz Mountains. Up until the dynasty died out, the counts of Falkenstein were among the most important families of the region. According to legend, Eike von Repgow composed the Sachsenspiegel in the castle. In 1437, the complex was taken over by the House of Asseburg. It remained in the family's hands until 1945.

The castle was already accessible to visitors during the Romantic Era. The castle museum, which opened in 1946, has been run by the Kulturstiftung Sachsen-Anhalt [Art Foundation Saxony-Anhalt] since 1998.

Over the last years the rooms have been extensively renovated, and some now reflect their original appearance. Particularly impressive are the Knight's Hall, the castle chapel with stained-glass window from the High Middle Ages, the neo-Gothic "King's Room", and the late-Gothic "old kitchen". Informative exhibitions deal with the history of the castle and the Sachsenspiegel.

From April to October, the falconry presents shows of birds of prey in flight. In addition, the house also hosts numerous events and projects.

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Special Exhibitions

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Events

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Publications

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Address
Museum Burg Falkenstein, OT Pansfelde
06543 Falkenstein

Tel.: (03 47 43) 535 59-0
Fax.: (03 47 43) 535 59-20
burg-falkenstein@kulturstiftung-st.de
www.burg-falkenstein.de Opening Hours
April-October: Monday-Sunday 10 am - 6 pm
November-March: Tuesday-Sunday 10 am - 4.30 pm
all the year round Monday (apart from holiday) and 24.12. closed

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Touristinformation
www.strassederromanik.de