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Ansembourg Castle

Where? 10, Rue de la Vallée, L-7411 Ansembourg

Ansembourg Castle

Ansembourg Castle was built in the first half of the 17th century by Thomas Bidart, a pioneer of the iron industry. It underwent a significant change in the 18th century when Bidart’s heirs were ennobled first as barons in 1728 and later as counts. The gardens were laid out in 1750. They include statues, stairs and decorative fountains in the style of the gardens of that period.

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Opening hours are subject to change. Please check them before your visit in order to be sure.
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The buildings of the castle are generaly not open to the public, but the gardens can be visited and guided tours of the gardens can be booked upon request.

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Address: Ansembourg Castle
10, Rue de la Vallée
L-7411 Ansembourg
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