Amerongen Castle

The Castle Amerongen

Amerongen Castle History

Castle Amerongen keep

The Amerongen Castle was built in 1286. Originally it comprised of a wooden donjon, but later it was made of stone.

It houses an exceptionally rich collection of furniture, paintings, wall tapestries, books, porcelain, and glasswork from the 17th through to the 20th century. In the kitchen, hall, library, grand hall, dining room, and bedroom the layout has remained intact since the departure of the last inhabitants.

The 12-meter-high gallery with many family portraits is spectacular. The dining hall and gallery have been redecorated by the famous architect P.J.H. Cuypers.

The park and gardens at Amerongen
The park and gardens are open to the public so that a visit to the castle can be easily combined with a walk along the borders, the rosarium, a children’s house, and beautiful trees, including a 300-year-old oak.

Amerongen Castle Visitor Info

Opening Times

Castle Amerongen annex

The Castle is open from Thursday – Sunday between 11.00 – 17.00*

  • From November to March, the Castle has closed also every Wednesday.
    The castle is closed for the Winter holidays: Christmas Day and New Year.
    Ticket Info*:
Castle Amerongen access

Adult ticket: € 12.50
Senior ticket (65 +) € 10,00
€ 6,00 13 t / m 18 years CJP, Culture Card, Student
Group ticket for secondary school children: € 5.00 (excluding support costs and materials)
Family ticket (2 adults + 2 children under 18 years) € 25,00
*These entry fees include a visit to the upper garden.

Official website info:

Castle Amerongen Location

Address: Kasteel Amerongen, Drostestraat 20, 3958 BK Amerongen, Netherland. Get help with directions using the map provided below:

Castle Amerongen Map

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