Schlosspark mit Schlösschen & Grottenpavillon

Schlosspark mit Schlösschen & Grottenpavillon


The park goes back to the Count von der Leyen.
Later, Joseph Clemens Lenné had the park rebuilt with his brother Peter Joseph and ran a plant breeding business.

In addition to the old trees, baroque pavilions, the so-called castle around 1750 and the grotto pavilion with pond, have been preserved. In the small castle, an exhibition shows the changes in institutional psychiatry since the 19th century and exhibits on the history of the village.

Opening times Park & Schlösschen:
Exhibition in the castle:

Thursday to Sunday, 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Palace Park and Creation Path:
The park is open to the public every day

Further information:

The following hiking and walking trails lead past the castle park with its small castles:

• RSa1 "Historisches Saffig" (3.0 km)

• RSa2 "Vulkanisches Saffig" (4.5 km)

• RSa3 "Tree Path" (6.0 km)

• RSa4 "Rundweg Saffiger Felder" (7.5 km)

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At a glance

Opening hours

  • Vom January 1st bis December 31st
    00:00 - 23:59 Uhr

    00:00 - 23:59 Uhr

    00:00 - 23:59 Uhr

    00:00 - 23:59 Uhr

    00:00 - 23:59 Uhr

    00:00 - 23:59 Uhr

    00:00 - 23:59 Uhr




Schlosspark Saffig
Aumerich 4 / Ecke Hauptstraße
56648 Saffig

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