Schloss Hohenzollern in Sigmaringen in der Nähe vom Bodensee

Hohenzollern - Sigmaringen Castle

Sigmaringen, Germany

Initially built as a fortress, Sigmaringen Castle, perched between the Swabian Jura and Lake Constance, is now considered a palace, a princely residence where the later Princes of Hohenzollern wrote European history. Take a guided tour of the palace to learn about its history, which spans close to a millennium, and experience courtly life through the ages. The residential palace’s interior will most certainly transport you back in time. Young visitors can also discover the palace’s secrets on one of the regular guided tours for children.

Current weather The German shore of Lake Constance

today
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slightly cloudy
amount of rainfall
1.8 l/m²
hours of sunshine
11h 54min
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Opening hours

July–September
Mon–Sun 10 am–6 pm

March–June + October–December
Mon–Sun 10 am–5 pm

Last entry one hour before closing. 

01.01.,07.01.-28.02., Shrove Tuesday, 24.+25.12., 31.12. closed

Recommended time
60 Minutes
Price
Adults
14.00 €

combination ticket Hohenzollern castle and armoury (Castle with guided and audio tour through the armoury)

One-time free admission with the Bodensee Card PLUS (no pre-registration or online ticket purchase necessary)​​​​​​​

Kids
7.00 €

combination ticket Hohenzollern castle and armoury (Castle with guided and audio tour through the armoury)

One-time free admission with the Bodensee Card PLUS 

Additional information
  • Public tours with castle guides currently for a maximum of 20 people are always offered on the hour.
  • Visitors who prefer an audio guide can enter the castle at any time.
  • Special dates or themed tours can be booked by arrangement.
Contact address

Hohenzollernschloss Sigmaringen
Karl-Anton-Platz 8
72488 Sigmaringen
Germany

Tel.: +49 7571 729230
www.hohenzollern-schoss.de
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