Reinhardstein Château in Metternich
Chemin du Cheneux 50
4950 ROBERTVILLE (WAIMES) (OVIFAT)
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Built in 1352 by Renaud de Waimes, the castle was home to many a family, including the Nesselrode, the Nassau and finally the counts of Metternich, who were lords of the region for more than three centuries. It was destroyed during the French Revolution and entirely rebuilt in 1969, and is nowadays a living museum, where you can discover armours, collections of weapons and halberds, tapestries and furniture of the period.
Practical info for your visit
The castle is open weekends, holidays and school holidays (Belgium and the Netherlands): Carnival, and Catholic holidays.
- Saturday and Sunday at 11.15 am and 2.30 pm
- public holidays at 2.30 pm
- school holidays: weekend, Tuesday and Thursday at 2.30 pm
For opening times visit the castle's website.
Schedules may vary depending on private events at the castle.
Children from 6 to 16, students and seniors €5
Free entry for children under 6
Tourist information on the town WAIMES