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Opening Hours

April 1 to November 5, 2017

  • Tue - Fri: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Sat, Sun, public holidays:  10:00 am - 6:00 pm

November 1, 2017 to March, 2018

  • closed

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Ticket Rates

  • Full rate 4,00 EUR
  • Reduced rate 2,00 EUR
  • Full rate: EUR 4.00
  • Reduced rate: EUR 2.00
  • 2 adults and up to 4 children: EUR 9.00
  • 1 adult and up to 2 children: EUR 5.00
  • Group rate (15 people and more): EUR 3.00
  • Group rate for school students: EUR 1.50

Combined ticket: Altzella Monastery Park and Nossen Castle

  • Full rate: EUR 7.00
  • Reduced rate: EUR 4.00
  • 2 adults and up to 4 children: EUR 15.00
  • 1 adult and up to 2 children: EUR 9.00
  • Group rate (15 people and more): EUR 5.00

 

Free admission:

  • Children aged 5 or younger
  • People visiting the castle on their birthday
  • Accompanying adults of severely disabled people (entry »B« in the disability pass)
  • Tour guides
  • Tour bus drivers accompanying a tour group
  • One accompanying adult per 10 school students
  • Media workers (valid identification required)
  • Holders of the schloesserlandPASS

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Guided Tours & Group Rates

You would like to have a unique insight into the Castle or visit the special exhibitions?

Here you can find all information on our guided tours and offers for groups.

How to find us

Whether by car, bus or bike: Many roads lead to Nossen.

Click here for details of how to get there.

schloesserlandPASS

You want more? There is more Schloesserland there with the schloesserlandPASS.

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Events and Exhibitions

Tips for trips

Incarceration and Torture

From dungeon to penitentiary up to present-day correctional facility – the history of imprisonment has changed tremendously. 

Crime has existed for as long as mankind has, not so imprisonment. This only begins with prisons in monasteries: contrition instead of vengeance to return to the right path in life. In the 19th century, additionally to the idea of protecting the general public, the idea of resocializing prisoners emerged. 

More information