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Larochette Castle

"Two main buildings dating from the 14th century and perched above Larochette stand side by side: one of them, the House of Créhange, of Gothic architecture, has been restored while the other, the House of Hombourg, remains in ruins. Temporary art exhibitions and occasional concerts. "

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"The castle overlooks the picturesque village of Larochette, giving it a very special character. The first buildings on the site date from the 11th century and are situated on a promontory of Luxembourg sandstone and dominate the valley of the Ernz Blanche, a tributary of the Sûre, by about 50 metres. A fire in 1565 reduced all the buildings on the site to ruins. The house in Créhange is the only one to have been restored in a more consistent manner during the 1980s.
Temporary art exhibitions and occasional concerts fill the historic walls with life.

Nearest parking: on site, at the entrance to the site. "

Nearest bus stop: Larochette, Spuerkeess (300 m)

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Opening hours

Opening hours
  Morning Afternoon
Monday 10h00 18h00
Tuesday 10h00 18h00
Wednesday 10h00 18h00
Thursday 10h00 18h00
Friday 10h00 18h00
Saturday 10h00 18h00
Sunday 10h00 18h00


Adult: 5.00 € | 6-16 yrs: 3.00 € | 0-5 yrs: free


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