Schloss Messkirch

Meßkirch Palace

Meßkirch, Germany

Built in the Renaissance style by the Counts of Zimmern in 1557, Meßkirch Palace is one of the first four-wing structures north of the Alps. You will see Germany’s oldest Renaissance hall (31 meters) with its magnificent coffered ceiling. The courtyard garden is ideal for taking a stroll or simply being in the moment.

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January–December 
Fri–Sun and public holidays 1 pm–5 pm
During summer holidays, also open Mon and Wed 1 pm–5 pm

24th and 31st December closed.

Recommended time
60 Minutes
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Experience Messkirch Castle barrier-free
Visitors with reduced mobility can visit Messkirch Castle without restriction. An elevator is available.

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Museums at Meßkirch Castle

Schloss Messkirch

Kreisgalerie in Meßkirch Castle

The art gallery of the Sigmaringen region is housed on two floors of the southern wing of Meßkirch Palace. A permanent exhibition on the ground floor shows works of regional art from the late Middle...

Martin-Heidegger-Museum im Schloss Meßkirch

Martin-Heidegger Museum in Meßkirch Castle

Named an honorary citizen of Meßkirch, Martin Heidegger is considered one of the most influential philosophers of the 20th century. The museum chronicles Heidegger’s life and the stages of his...

Campus Galli – Karolingische Klosterstadt Meßkirch

Campus Galli – the medieval construction site

Visit the construction site! More than 1,200 years ago, monks on Reichenau Island drew up the perfect plan for a monastery. In addition to a large church, the plan also included craftsmen’s houses,...