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Cast­les and coun­try es­ta­tes

Unravel the history of trecht by exploring its beautiful castles and country estates. There are some beautiful examples spread throughout the region, reflecting both historic fortresses and plush manor houses. These estates have demonstrated a wide variety of trends in architecture and landscaping across the centuries. The best part: today, many of Holland’s castles and country estates are open to all, be it as museums, family-friendly attractions and hotels.

Castle Slot Zuylen

Tournooiveld 1, Oud Zuilen
Slot Zuylen, a place to wander and wonder at! Slot Zuylen Castle is situated on the river Vecht...

Soestdijk Palace

Amsterdamsestraatweg 1, Baarn
Soestdijk Palace was the residence of Prince Bernhard and Princess – later Queen – Juliana.

Huis Doorn

Langbroekerweg 10, Doorn
In Huis Doorn, the history of the Netherlands during World War I is brought to life. Learn about...

Koppelpoort Amersfoort

Kleine Spui 2, Amersfoort
This unique land and water gate dates back from c. 1400 and is part of the city’s second...

De Haar Castle

Kasteellaan 1, Haarzuilens

A magical castle just outside the city of Utrecht, surrounded by beautiful gardens and landscaped parks.

Amerongen Castle

Drostestraat 20, Amerongen
The history of Amerongen Castle dates back to the year 1286. After that, the castle has been the...

City castle Oudaen

Oudegracht 99, Utrecht
A monumental building from 1276 with its own brewery and a number of conference rooms, among other things.

The Pyramid of Austerlitz

Zeisterweg 98, Woudenberg
The only pyramid on European soil is situated in the village of Woudenberg.


Koningslaan 9, Bunnik
Stroll through the beautiful Amelisweerd estate. Discover all there is to do!

Discover all the castles and country estates in Utrecht

Utrecht Region

On this page you'll find a couple of castles and country estates in Utrecht region. Found out more on the website of Visit Utrecht Region.

New Dutch Waterline

A line that stretches over 85 kilometers with 45 forts, 6 fortresses and 2 castles. The New Dutch Waterline is the largest National Monument in the Netherlands.

Visit a castle with a group

Visit one of these amazing places with your family, business or friends. As soon as the corona measurements will allow. Utrecht for Groups can help you book a visit!


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