Monument and cultural venue
Reinbek with its castle from the 16th century in Dutch Renaissance style lies at the river Bille directly on the eastern outskirts of Hamburg. The castle is considered to be a superbly restored national monument.
Reinbek castle is outstanding for its beautiful architecture, impressive rooms and exquisitely painted wooden beam ceilings. Visitors will also find an exhibition of the castle and town history, changing art exhibitions and a comprehensive programme of events.
The magnificent setting is ideal for weddings and other celebrations as well as conferences and receptions.
The castle, nestled in a park with large old trees at an idyllic small lake, has direct access to the suburban railway (S-Bahn) and is the starting point for hiking and cycling tours in the Sachsenwald forest. The restaurant in the castle with a terrace onto the castle park is also popular.
Many of our events are founded by the Federal Government's Rescue package for culture and media sectors and help to maintain our cultural variety.
!! Attention !!
Corona access regulations:
Until Sunday, November 21, 2021, the 3G rule applies to access to the house from the age of 7.
The 2G rule will apply from Monday, November 22nd, 2021, i.e. only vaccinated and recovered people are allowed to visit the castle.
The same applies to events.
Children up to and including seven years of age and underage pupils who are regularly tested in school are excluded from this rule.
Please continue to follow our hygiene rules
As a precaution, the Reinbek Christmas market, which traditionally takes place on the 2nd weekend in Advent, with its dense crowd inside and outside, will not take place this year either. As a small replacement, we offer the 'Advent am Schloss' on 4 Advent Sundays at the castle for the whole family.
The castle will be closed from December 22nd to December 26th, 2021 and from 31.12.2021 - 01.01.2022.
Sonia Jakuschewa - Jan Koblasa
Paintings and sculptures
September 5 - January 16, 2022
by Dietmar Ullrich
November 17, 2021 - January 7, 2022