February - Huis Bergh Castle
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Opening hours February

This page contains full information on the opening hours of the castle. Huis Bergh Castle has different opening hours each month. Please make sure you check the opening hours carefully prior to your visit.

Opening hours

Februari Kasteel Huis BerghThe castle is closed all day on 23 February (Carnival Sunday)

 

Every Saturday and Sunday the castle is open from 12.30 to 4.30pm.
Visitors are invited to explore castle and art collection at their leisure. Guided tours of the keep at set times.

 

The castle is closed on weekdays.

All details are subject to change! 

Spring holidays

 

Wednesday 19 February and wednesday 26 March the castle is open from 12.30 to 4.30 pm. Visitors are invited to explore castle and art collection at their leisure. Guided tours of the tower at set times.

Audio Tour

 

Huis Bergh Castle has a wealth of stories to tell about its art, its history and its gardens. A lot has happened in the 800 years of Huis Bergh Castle’s existence, so there’s a lot to learn here! You can hear stories about Huis Bergh Castle’s rich history, incredible art collection and carefully restored gardens in various audio tours. They are available in the castle or can be downloaded via the app.

Purchase your tickets online!

Book your tickets quickly and easily online.

Practical Information

Huis Bergh Castle offers disabled access. There are two disabled parking spaces at the bottom of the castle drive. There is a wheelchair lift by the steps to enable access to the ground floor of the castle. N.B. the tower can only be accessed via the stairs.

About Huis Bergh Castle

A visit to the town of ‘s-Heerenberg is a breathtaking experience. Once the ancestral seat of the wealthy, influential and aristocratic Van den Bergh family, the castle now houses an impressive art collection.