Since May 1832, when the flag with the German national colours of black, red and gold first fluttered on the Kastanienberg near Neustadt, the Hambacher Schloss has come to stand for the cradle of German democracy. The new permanent exhibition entitled Hinauf, hinauf zum Schloss! (Up and onwards to the castle!) presents a very vivid display of the events around the Hambacher Festival of 1832 with plenty of links to the present day.
You can visit the Hambacher Schloss and the Hinauf, hinauf zum Schloss! Exhibition all the year round daily from 10.00 a.m. – 6.00 p.m. (November – March 11.00 a.m. – 5.00 p.m.).
There are breathtaking views from the Panorama Terrasse, the Roof Terrace and through the tall windows in Restaurant 1832 that was planned by the famous Swiss architect Max Dudler.
The Festsaal, the Siebenpfeiffersaal and the rooms in Restaurant 1832 offer an ideal ambiance for an array of special occasions (conferences, events, seminars, cultural and gala events, weddings and other private functions).
View of the Exhibition Hinauf, hinauf zum Schloss!
Bar and reception area in Restaurant 1832
Festsaal in the Hambacher Schloss
Panorama Terrasse and Restaurant 1832
How to find us:
Take the A 65 or the B 37 and exit at “Neustadt a.d. Weinstrasse Süd”