Rosendael Castle
Rosendael Castle
Rosendael Castle
Rosendael Castle

Rosendael Castle - Rozendaal

N 52.0096366 / E 5.9636504

The origin of Rosendael Castle is a medieval castle. All that remains of this castle is the keep. Rosendael has been the residence of the counts and dukes of Gelre for over two hundred years. Inheritance brings Rosendael into the possession of Lubbert Adolf Torck, married to the wealthy Petronella Wilhelmina van Hoorn. In 1721, after an earlier fire, Torck has the house rebuilt against the keep. Daniel Marot also embellishes the gardens. From this period date the shell gallery, frogs, the tea cupola and the waterfall with the statues of two river gods. In 1837 the garden layout was changed by Jan David Zocher jr. During the Second World War, Rosendael was repeatedly hit. The last private owner, Van Pallandt, had the castle restored after the war and the shell gallery shortly before his death. In order to preserve the unity of the house and park, it was transferred as a bequest to the Geldersch Landschap Foundation after his death. In 2006, the restoration was completed with the placing of the reconstructed eagle on the roof of the cupola. Rosendael Castle gives a good impression of how people used to live in a castle. A special collection of furniture, silver and porcelain is on display.

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Rosendael Castle
Rosendael Castle
Rosendael Castle
Rosendael Castle

Rosendael Castle
Rosendael 1
6891 DA Rozendaal

Contact details
T: +31263644645

Opening hours
Monday Closed
Tuesday 11:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 11:00 - 17:00
Thursday 11:00 - 17:00
Friday 11:00 - 17:00
Saturday 11:00 - 17:00
Sunday Closed

Opening hours for the park are from April to October. The castle can be visited on Saturdays and Sundays. Check the website for other opening hours.

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