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Seeburg Castle consists of a four-storey main building, a castle chapel and a defensive wall with four round corner towers. Seeburg Castle was extensively renovated in 1999. In the course of the renovation, historical wall features of the medieval complex were uncovered in the castle courtyard. A Baroque painting was discovered in the plinth area of the wedding room. A bust of a ruler painted in 1755 with fruit hangings on both sides was restored, thus documenting the surrounding plinth design.

The Seeburg today...

Today the castle houses the Registry office and the Private University Seeburg Castle. In 2014 the "castle herb garden" newly planted. It is one of the 14 herb gardens of the Salzburg Seenlandes. Next to a Children's playground, the Kneipp basin and Barefoot path there is also a Cradle lounger to relax. The meadows around the Seeburg are healthy and diverse and serve as bee pastures.

Seeburg Castle is well-known and popular for both Civil and church weddings and baptisms. The subsequent celebrations can be held in one of the many catering establishments in Seekirchen.

Station Seenland Pilgrims' Way (VIA NOVA): The audio guide station with the Kaleidoscope The herb garden invites you to discover something new in the familiar.

How to get to the Seeburg - Directions

Parking: Schloss Seeburg or Strandbad Seekirchen (fees all year round according to parking machine)

Slow train: during the summer months you can use the free slow train to get from the city centre to Seeburg. (Seeburg stop)

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