Oberhoven Castle is my favorite of the four castles. It's far less famous than Spitz or Tuen Castle. It's often overlooked, and I like its obscure and romantic medieval style. Castle is one of the most charming castles in Bourne. In the 12th century, the castle was built as the main palace of Oberhoven. When Duke Chailingen dominated the area, it played the role of Fortress Tuen. Later, because the Chailingens died out, the Hapsburg family came in. After entering the 20th century, it was acquired by an American lawyer and set up a consortium. Oberhoven Castle is now a museum of history, open to the public. Its interior libraries, Turkish smoking rooms, kitchens and other decorations reflect the Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and other times of interior decoration style, highly praised by tourists from all over the world. Located beside the beautiful Lake Turn, Oberhoven Castle is impressive for its romantic medieval style and tall towers. Walking through the different historical rooms, one can imagine the life of the Berne nobility in the 16th and 19th centuries - "elegant summer halls, Gothic Restaurants and amazing weapons in the arsenal. You can imagine how wonderful it would be if you were listening to a concert in a concert hall and then pacing into a Turkish smoking room overlooking the lakes and mountains outside the window. The chapel with its unique 15th century frescoes is still used for baptism and weddings. Opening time - "Castle opens from mid May to end October, Garden opens from early April to end October, Castle opens from Tuesday, May 14, October 22, 2017 to Sunday, 11:00-17:00 Lakeshore path Garden opens from March 5, 2017 to December 22, 2017 at 9:00 a.m. - Dusk (specific season will change slightly, refer to the official website) - "Garden Free, Museum adult 10 Swiss francs, 8 Swiss francs, 6-16-year-old children 2 Swiss francs, A regional pass of 8 Swiss francs in Bernegao. Switzerland Communications free more information inquiry official website - "www.schlossoberhofen.ch Tips - "first need to go to the entrance of the Swiss Pass in exchange for a castle sticker on the body and save a bag, before entering the castle to visit the inside.
Historical and cultural heritage, beautiful scenery, fresh air.
It's a pity that Oberhoven Castle can't be visited inside, but only outside. It would be better if we could go in and have a look.
The castle is well preserved and unaffected by World War II.