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This 14C castle is small by castle standards but well maintained with a very good video introduction presentation . There is a car park opposite the mote and the staff will reimburse you the 2 francs fee . Marlis - the lady behind the counter...More
My teenage son and I visited Hallwyl Castle on May 1st. It was the first of four castles in the region that we visited that day. The other Castles were Lenzberg, Wildegg, and Hapsburg. We ranked each four on how much we liked them including...More
It's a very quiet, relaxing place to enjoy in warm times. I found the outer part of the castle as well as a courtyard in a very good condition from the aesthetical point of view.
However, a few things I found quite bizarre for explanation...More
Beautiful old little water castle with lots of rooms and staircases to climb and find adventures as a kid. In summer time this castle is nice and cold, so ideal when temperatures rise above 30 degrees Celsius and they even provide children's audio guide in...More
The Schloss is one of the few moated castles of Switzerland. It's situated on the end of the Hallwylersee. To go inside you have to pay the duty, like in the XIV century (almost) you choose from the full castle or just the cafeteria in...More
The castle is very close to Seengen and can be reached by bike or on foot. We visited it by bike on the way from Baden to Hallwil lake. The entrance fee is 14 CHF p.p. but we have not been inside. There are waterfowl...More
This Castle from the 15th century is apparently only open from Spiring-autumn, since there truly is no heating. I'm told it can be very cold the first month it is open, unless the weather is Sunny and warm for an extended period. The audio guide...More