Utzenstorf, BE al sito internet
Opening hours as of 9 May 2021:
9 May to 10 Octobre 2021
Tuesday to Saturday: 2 pm to 5 pm
Sunday: 10 am to 5 pm
Closed on Mondays and on Whit Monday (17 May), Swiss National Holiday (1 August) and Federal Prayer Day (19 September)
- Adults: CHF 7.-
- Adults reduced (AHV, IV): CHF 6.-
- Children to 16 years: CHF 1.-
- As from 20 persons: CHF 6.- each
- Swiss Museum Pass
- Raiffeisen Member Cards
- Members of the Swiss Museum of Wildlife and Hunting Society
Tours can be booked during the season. Contact the castle superintendent on 032 665 40 27 or e-mail email@example.com. Prices: CHF 100, outside official opening hours during the season CHF 150 plus individual admission per person. Group size limited to 25 persons per guide, tour lasts approx. 1 hour, last tour at 5 pm.
The “reservoir of Switzerland” and the magnificent surroundings of the central plateau are a perfect day-out destination for families, school groups, nature lovers and hunting clubs.
Dogs are permitted in the park and cafeteria but must be kept on a lead.
The cafeteria is open during official museum hours. It offers seating for 30 people and is located under three large plane trees in the castle courtyard. Hikers, walkers, museum visitors and others are welcome to enjoy a hot or cold drink at this idyllic spot. Our menu also offers a selection of small sweet items.
Restaurants in the vicinity
Restaurant zum Schloss Landshut, Utzenstorf
Landgasthof Bären, Utzenstorf
Restaurant La Rôtisseria
Restaurant Freischütz, Utzenstorf
Restaurant Rössli, Utzenstorf
Landshut Castle lies on the north edge of the village of Utzenstorf.
By public transports: By train to Utzenstorf or Bätterkinden station. From Utzenstorf station: 10-minute walk along the road or approximately 20 minutes on the hiking trail. From Bätterkinden station it is a 20-minute walk, partly on the hiking trail.
By car: on the A1 motorway coming from Bern take the Kirchberg exit (no. 39), coming from Basel/Zurich take the Kriegstetten exit (no. 40). A large parking area is located at the southern entrance to the park.
Google Maps directions
Opening of the season at Landshut Castle on 10 May 2020, 10 am–5 pm
Events, themed guided tours and role-play performances take place regularly at Landshut Castle. Details are published at frequent intervals on the website.