Rosendael Castle, situated in a 19th century landscaped park, was once one of the most important residencies of the Dukes of Gelderland.
The park has many highlights: the shell gallery, the unpredictable ‘Bedriegertjes’ fountains, the tea house, the suspended chain bridge, stepping stones and other water features. These have attracted local and foreign visitors alike for generations.
The castle is known for its eye-catching medieval keep. The round tower is the largest of its kind in the Netherlands. The castle and the park are both open to the public. The castle can be viewed as part of a guided tour. These take place several times a day. In addition, you can explore the park at your leisure.
For daily activities, please enquire at the reception. Rosendael also has a gift shop, and an orangery offering drinks, snacks, and lunch.
English tours can be arranged by appointment.
Admission Prices (per person)
Castle & Park:
Adults (18+ years): €12
Children (4-18 years): €5
Adults (18+ years): €6
Children (4-18 years): €4
Castle and park open all year
Tuesday to Sunday, 11am to 5pm
Saturday & Sunday, 12.30pm to 4pm self-guided visit
Guided tours Tuesday-Friday, at 12 noon, 1.30pm & 3pm
Saturday and Sunday, 11.30am
Open: Easter, Ascension Day, Liberation Day (5 May), and Whitsun
Closed: Kings Day (27 April), Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day
Rosendael 1, 6891 DA Rozendaal (GLD)
How to get there:
Castle Rosendael can be easily reached by car taking the A12, exit 26 (Arnhem Noord) and the A50, exit 20 (Arnhem Centrum).
Please check your public transport options on www.9292.nl.