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Jun 26, 2022 - Oct 30, 2022

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The grounds and gardens of Malberg Castle can be visited on the initiative of the Friends during the summer months (May 1 to October 30st) on Wednesdays and Sundays and holidays from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm.

-The currently valid Corona Ordinance of the state of Rhineland-Palatinate applies
-Eating and drinking are not allowed in the castle grounds, picnics are not permitted


"Iron Garden" A beautiful French garden, the "Iron Garden" (1713/14), is located just behind the outer gate, opposite the brewery house from 1714. Its basic layout with the fountain in the crossroads has remained unchanged since the 18th century until today. Eight stone pillars with flower baskets and vases form the enclosure of the garden. The space between them was later closed by walls, so that one can look into the garden only through the large iron gate, through which the garden got its name. In the center of the garden there is a stone fountain from the middle of the 18th century. The four-pass basin is decorated with sea creatures. The gate that gives access to the garden was recently restored at great expense. Originally, the "Iron Garden" of Malberg Castle served two purposes. On the one hand, it served as a recreational garden, inviting visitors to take a stroll, and on the other hand, it was also cultivated as a kitchen garden. Vegetables and medicinal plants were grown here. In addition, the planted flower perennials served as floral decorations in the castle.

"Round Garden"
Around 1730, the construction of the retaining wall and massive embankments presented a garden to the new building. The so-called "Round Garden" is located on the southeast side of the palace complex and directly adjoins the magnificent outdoor terrace from the same period. The fountain in the center of the semicircular garden used to be in the dining room and was attached to the window pillar. In 1777, it was moved to the garden and the fountain stand and bowl were placed on it. The Veyders coat of arms carved on the back and the year still bear witness to this relocation. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

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Place

Schlossstr. 45
54655 Malberg

Contact

Förderverein Schloß Malberg e.V.
Birkenweg 2a
54634 Bitburg

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