Nature-lovers, walkers, treasure hunters and botany enthusiasts will find an incredible wealth waiting to be discovered at Lütetsburg Castle Park, the largest English-style landscaped park in northern Germany and home to more than 150 species of mature trees and shrubs as well as historic buildings and garden ornaments.
Located only 8 km to the south of the Wadden Sea, in the wide expanse of the East Frisian countryside, a hidden gem and a masterpiece of the European school of landscaping lies waiting to be explored: the lovingly tended, 30 hectare grounds of Lütetsburg Castle Park. Follow in the footsteps of Theodor Fontane, along meandering paths, back into the 16th century and let the sensitively integrated historic buildings and benches with inscriptions tell you their tales and provide authentic insight into the creation of this jewel of a garden.
Stroll along winding paths and explore nature’s incredible variety. Experience the breathtaking magic of the banks of rhododendron and azalea blossom in May and June, and enjoy the park’s seasonal charm at any time of year.
The Park Café serves seasonal specialities on its sun terrace or in the old greenhouse under the verdant roof of an ancient vine.
The park is open to the public from May–Sept: 8.00 am–9.00 pm and Oct–Apr: 10.00 am – 5.00 pm. The entire park is wheelchair accessible; Admission is € 2.