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Dankwarderode Castle, one of the landmarks of the city of Brunswick, is part of the Herzog Anton Ulrich-Museum and houses the middle-age collection of the museum in the “Knappensaal” on the ground floor.
This castle has a small medieval museum as well as the knight’s hall, which when we went was filled with a dinosaur exhibition. We spent about forty minutes there looking at some local artefacts, but really if you’re pressed for time you won’t miss much...More
Small museum in reconstructed castle but well worth the visit -- the Rittersaal on the top floor is breathtakingly beautiful and the museum of medieval art on the ground floor is interesting (the explanations in German of the exhibits could be slightly better lit, though)....More
This building is a late l9th century freely interpreted version of a medieval castle. Inside is the collection of medieval objects held by the admirable local museum which is several blocks away. The contents include ivory carvings, hunting horns with engraved designs, an adorable tapestry...More
In some ways the building is the best feature. The size of the exterior belies the small exhibition space inside. It is one hall containing Gothic and Romanesque pieces. There are tapestries, altar pieces, paintings and other smaller objects. It would take about half an...More
The castle is a part of the Herzog Anton Ulrich Museum. It hosts a medieval collection on the ground floor. Here you will find religious clothing and objects, animal bone horns, weapons, old coins and the famous Braunschweig lion.
Tip: the entrance fee is deducted...More
One of the most beautiful places in this city. We took many picture. But unfortunately we were not inside. Maybe next time I will give full review. But for know I only can say that it is wonderful from outside
The must is the room on the top floor with all the wall painting and decoration to take your breath away. The Museum on the first level Kept the real bronze lion, the icon of the town and costume of priests are the must you...More
Most of the castles I've been to are in a remote place up a hill or mountain but this one is bang in the city centre. The medieval (rebuilt) architecture is amazing. Was on a post-conference walking tour so I didn't have time to go...More