Raudone Castle is
located in Raudone, Lithuania.
Castle construction started in the late 16th century. In the 16th
century the castle belonged to King Sigismund II Augustus of Poland. A new castle was built on
the ruins of the old one by a German knight, Krispin Kirschenstein.
The castle has since been renovated couple times (in the 18th
century by the Olendzki family), and today is an example of 19th century neo-Gothic
The Raudone Castle is
now turned into a secondary school. Although that, during the tourist season, visitors are
allowed to enter the 35 m castle tower, which extends a beautiful view of castle’s
surroundings. The longest river in Lithuania, Nemunas flows past the castle.
Raudonės Castle Visitor Info
Curently the Raudonės Castle host the Primary School of
The Castle is open from 15th of April to 15th of NovemberI,
daily between 10,00 and 16,00
There are also Exhibitions organized at the Castle during the
summer time (May to Septmeber)
Address: Raudones malunas,
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