Schloss Blutenburg
PHOTO: © Bayerische Schlösserverwaltung, Foto: Martha Feustel
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Schloss Blutenburg

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In our words:

Fortified ducal residence from the 15th century with sculpture park, regular events and guided tours.

In the location's words:

From 1430, Duke Albrecht III had the "Pluedenburg" castle on the Würm, around 10 kilometers from his residence, developed into a country estate. The 15th century moated castle still characterizes the structure of the complex today, with a tower-fortified main castle around a manor house and a spacious outer bailey, which is dominated by the castle chapel built under Duke Sigismund in 1488-97. With the three winged altars by Jan Polack, the carved cycle of figures with Christ, Mary and the apostles by the Blutenburg Master and the stained glass windows with coats of arms and biblical scenes, the Blutenburg Castle Chapel is still a unique late Gothic work of art today.

The Bavarian Palace Administration only looks after the palace chapel at Blutenburg Palace.

Blutenburg Palace is now home to the International Youth Library. Therefore, only the castle chapel can be visited.

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Öffnungszeiten

Öffnungszeiten Schlosskapelle:
April-September: 9-17 Uhr
Oktober-März: 10-16 Uhr

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