Schloss and Schloss Park
Schloss Homburg, within the large castle grounds, was built in the 17th century at the behest of Landgrave Friedrich II. The castle and its grounds, which are located in the centre of Bad Homburg and open all year round, invite visitors to take a relaxing stroll or to linger in the gardens, which are modelled on the English landscaping style. Before the construction of the castle, which is built around two inner courtyards, the Medieval Hohenburg had to be reduced to its foundations. Only the 48.11 metre high Bergfried, from the 14th century, known today as the ‘White Tower’, is still standing. It is one of Bad Homburg’s best known landmarks.
61348 Bad Homburg, Germany