As the most important secular building in the Tecklenburg region, Surenburg Castle sits enthroned on its surrounding moats in green Hörstel.
At the foot of the Teutoburg Forest lies the graceful moated castle, which is believed to have been built around 1400. After only two changes of ownership, the castle passed to the noble Heereman von Zuydtwyck family in 1786, who still rule the house today. The estate with its grand staircase is characterised by many architectural extensions from 1600 onwards, which reflect the subtleties of the Renaissance, Classicism and Neo-Gothic periods.
Das Schloss Surenburg ist im Privatbesitz und daher nur jenseits der Gräften von außen zu besichtigen.