Schloss 1, 35619 Braunfels, Germany
Braunfels Castle (or Schloss Braunfels) is a medieval castle rebuilt in 13th-century Gothic style with a program of open-air opera and events.
- The knight's hall: a room filled with armaments, as well as its weaponry of tournament, war, and hunting from the 13th to the 19th century
- State Rooms: filled with paintings, Gobelins, sculptures and contemporary furniture from the 15th to 19th century
- Altenberger Rooms: with many sacral artifacts and the gothic Altenberger Altar from the early 14th century.
- Deikergalerie: here you can find hunting scenes of red deer and wild boars, painted by Johannes Deiker, the court painter of Braunfels Castle in the mid 19th century.
- The Rose Parlor: here you can admire portraits of Prince Georg (1836-1891) and his wife Emanuela
- Canon´s Place: where you can marvel at bronze canons from the 16th century