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Forchtenstein Castle

Looming up among the foothills of the Rosaliengebirge mountain range is Forchtenstein Castle. It is the only fortress in the region that was never captured during the Turkish Wars; thus the castle served as the treasury of the Esterházy princes, safeguarding all costly and precious possessions. This collection of family treasures can still be seen here today.more »

Events at Fochtenstein Castle


01.04.2011 bis 31.10.2011
17:58 - 19:44

Exhibition

Castle Tour with Weapons collection

Forchtenstein Castle

One of the largest private weapon collections in Europe testifies to the military tradition and endeavours of the Esterházy family as loyal allies of the Habsburgs. More »

01.04.2011 bis 31.10.2011
17:58 - 19:44

Exhibition

Esterházy Gallery of Ancestors

Forchtenstein Castle

The Esterházy Gallery of Ancestors presents one of the largest baroque ancestral portrait galleries in Central Europe. The paintings form part of the collections of Prince Paul I (1635–1713) from the seventeenth century. More »

01.04.2011 bis 31.10.2011
17:55 - 19:44

Exhibition

Esterházy Treasure Chamber

Forchtenstein Castle

In size, layout and appointments the Esterházy Treasure Chamber without doubt vied with the art and curio cabinets of the princely houses in the German-speaking regions. More »

09.12.2011 14:00 - 18:00

Market

Christmas Market at Forchtenstein Castle

Forchtenstein Castle

Wonderful gifts in romantic flair More »

11.12.2011 10:00 - 18:00

Market

Christmas Market at Forchtenstein Castle

Forchtenstein Castle

Wonderful gifts in romantic flair More »


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7000 Eisenstadt, Austria
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