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Chivalrous venue for unforgettable celebrations

The 900 year-old castle at Hohenwerfen provides a memorable stage for unforgettable moments – at all kinds of events – be they family parties, weddings, corporate celebrations or symposiums. Events can be staged in the idyllic castle courtyard, the rustic restaurant and tavern, the ‘Palas-Saal’ hall, the ‘Kasemattengewölbe’ hall and three other rooms offering a total capacity of up to 300 people.

Rooms, halls and knightly banquets

The Palas-Saal hall can accommodate 200 people and the castle courtyard 500. The gothic ‘Kasemattengewölbe’ is ideally suited to staging plays, symposiums, corporate presentations and musical events. If booked in advance, the venerable old Burgschenke restaurant tavern can stage knightly banquets for groups – including suitable musical accompaniments.

A programme of medieval events ensures there is great entertainment and smiles all round. The programme is perfectly honed to the requirements of the organisers and there are plenty of services available: horn blowers for fanfares, jokers and clowns, minnesingers, musicians and a skilful and adroit castellan. For more information on knightly feasts for groups:


Weddings at Hohenwerfen

The castle at Hohenwerfen is also a very special place for couples to say ‘I do’. Rooms such as the Palas-Saal hall and the gothic castle chapel ‘Zum Heiligen Sigismund’ are available for wedding ceremonies. A toast in the Burgschenke, ‘lift your tankards filled with wine - a toast to health, both yours and mine’, is the perfect way to celebrate the day at Hohenwerfen castle – whether accompanying an elegant gala dinner or a rustic knightly feast.

Additional romantic options

One particularly romantic additional option is for the happy couple to spend a night in the castle. The wedding package includes use of the Palas-Saal and the castle chapel, plus one night for the newly-weds in the princely wedding suite with a sekt breakfast the following morning.