Aschaffenburg Travel Tip:
Schönbusch Palace and Park
Schönbusch Manor in the Schönbusch Park
Schönbusch Park is one of the earliest landscape gardens in Germany. From 1775 the Archbishop of Mainz, Friedrich Carl von Erthal, had his deer park redesigned in the English landscape style.It was completed in 1790 by garden architect Friedrich Ludwig Sckell. Architectural features such as an observation tower, the Red Bridge, the Temple of Friendship and the Philosopher's House, a tiny village and shepherds' cottages are arranged in charming settings with artificial lakes and
A further highlight is the exquisite interior of the little summer palace built by Emanuel Joseph von Herigoyen.
Hours: April-September: 9 am-6 pm. Closed Mondays. Closed October-March.
Admission: Adults 3 €, Concessions 2 €. Park admission is free.
Address: Kleine Schönbuschallee 1, 63741 Aschaffenburg
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