Castle Dyck was built on 4 islands stretching in Kelzenberger Bach, which means in English Kelzenberger brook. The earliest construction date can be traced back to 1094. This castle building features baroque and rocoque styles of sophisticated details. The venue inside of castle are allowed for visiting. Gorgeous carpets and exquisitely carved furniture are interesting displays.
Part of the European Garden and Castle Network, gardens in Castle Dyck are built in English mode and decorated with various colorful flowers delivering unusual romantic atmosphere. Besides of castle itself, Castle Dyck includes an outdoor museum displaying old German houses constructed with natural material. The monastery within several hundred meters away organizes different interesting festivals in summer, for example, interesting bazaar and shows of bread baking. The whole combination is although rarely known by tourists but a very attractive sightseeing location.
Add: Zentrum für Gartenkunst und Landschaftskultur, 41363 Jüchen
Tel: 02181 8240
Park: Winter: Tuesday – Friday 10:00 – 17:00, Saturday – Sunday: 10:00-17:00, Monday closed.
Park: Summer: Tuesday – Friday 10:00 – 18:00, Saturday – Sunday: 10:00-18:00, Monday closed.
Exhibiting venue in castle: Winter: Saturday – Sunday: 1200-17:00, Monday to Friday close.
Exhibiting venue in castle: Summer: Tuesday – Friday 14:00 – 18:00, Saturday – Sunday: 12:00-18:00, Monday closed.
Entrance: adults 9 Euro, children 7-17 years old 6 Euro, children under 7 years old 1.5 Eur
How to get there: 7 km from Weng-Hennen House, by car 10 minutes.