The ducal town of Celle awaits you with Europe’s largest ensemble of half-timbered buildings and a wide range of attractions.
Places of interest in Celle include the Ducal Palace (Celle Palace), which is considered one of the most splendid among the palaces of the Guelphs, one of the oldest still existing dynasties.The ducal residence incorporates style elements from the Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque periods.
Note: You can access the palace via a wheelchair-friendly entrance; information options are also offered for people with limited hearing.
Directly opposite the Palace the Bomann Museum presents the local history of eastern Lower Saxony as well as Celle’s urban history and Hanoverian regional history. The exhibition rooms are also accessible; tours for the blind and audio guides are available.
To allow everyone to experience the beauty of the old town, Celle offers accessible tours of the town for wheelchair users. These can also be held in English with advance booking.