Holzhausenschlosschen, Frankfurt

#13 of 37 in Historic Sites in Frankfurt
Castle · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
The Holzhausenschlösschen (Little Holzhausen palace) is a moated former country house built by the patrician Holzhausen family on their farm, then just north of Frankfurt and now in the city's Nordend. The present building was completed in 1729, built for Johann Hieronymus von Holzhausen on the foundations of a moated castle from the Middle Ages after a design by Louis Remy de la Fosse. Today, it serves as a venue for cultural events.
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  • ...a beautiful little palace in a setting taken out of a novel. Worth walking around and checking the surroundings with this awesome not-christmassy-at-all-weather. A new discovery in Frankfurt...  more »
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