History in action!

At Schaesberg Castle you get to experience first-hand what you can only admire from a distance at other castles. In the near future you will be able to volunteer and help rebuild the Castle. After visiting Schaesberg Castle you will never look at castles in the same way again.

The ruins of the 16th-century Schaesberg Castle and the contours of the adjoining 17th-century farm, are located in a small valley amid the rolling hills of Landgraaf in the Dutch province of South Limburg. In the coming decades these ruins will be rebuilt using traditional craftsmanship. A visit to this unique and pioneering heritage site begins in the welcoming visitors centre, where you can learn more about the history of the castle.

Meanwhile, renovation work has already started on this centuries-old castle and there is plenty to experience and discover at the site!