Castle Jägerhof, which is a Rococo-styled castle built in 1763, was actually a resting palace for aristocrats in hunting seasons. The castle was once occupied by French people during Napoleon War and further destroyed by 2 World Wars badly. The re-construction after wars brought new life to this castle in 1958 when it was given its 2nd name of Goethe-Museum for exhibiting cultural relics of NRW and personal antique pieces of Goethe with sponsorship of a private antiquary Anton-Kippenberg from Bremen.
Add: Jacobistraße 2, 40211 Düsseldorf
Tel: 0211 89 96 262
Open: Tuesday – Friday 11:00-17:00, Saturday 13:00-17:00, Sunday 11:00-17:00
How to get there: 27 km away from Weng-Hennen House, by car 28 minutes, by RE38 and S11 to Wehrhahn around 1.5 hours.