Eijsden Castle (Dutch:Kasteel Eijsden) is a moated manor house with several farm buildings, a gatehouse and castle park, in Eijsden-Margraten, Limburg, Netherlands. The current castle was built in 1637 and is located next to the river Maas.
The castle is a rijksmonument. Also other parts of the terrain are separately listed, making a total of 27 rijksmonuments. It is part of the Top 100 Dutch heritage sites, established in 1990 by the Department for Conservation.
Arjan van de Rest | Jan 5, 2018
A nice park to walk in. The castle is a beautiful feature in the middle of the park and the tree over arching driveway is stunning.. even in winter. Definitely a place to visit
Peter Corsius | Jan 23, 2018
A very typical but privately owned castle
Brigita Soldo | Jun 28, 2017
Lovely place for a romantic walk through the garden that has a beautiful tree archway!
Kevin Kistermann | Jul 31, 2017
Lovely place to visit, great garden to walk around.
Prasanna Narayanan | Aug 14, 2017
Nothing much to see. Don't bother coming here if you are visiting from outside this village.
Anne siffrin | May 13, 2018
We went there as a Sunday tour with our bikes and had a little picnic. We made mivelz pictures in de garden. Overall the location is lovely but do not expect banks or even trash cans.
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