Established as a residence for the Landgraves of Hessen-Homburg, Schloss and garden date back to the seventeenth century, built on the site of a former medieval castle. From 1866 to 1916 Homburg was used as a summer residence by the Prussian kings and German emperor. The park was redesigned as a landscape garden during the second half of the eighteenth century, with some of the underlying baroque structures remain intact.
61348 Bad Homburg, Centre and North West, Germany
All year. Dawn to dusk.