Havixbeck House | Place of interest in Münsterland
Haus Havixbeck is located on the edge of the city centre
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Sandstone in its most beautiful form
House Havixbeck

House Havixbeck

In the idyllic Baumberge hills lies the magnificent Havixbeck House in the town of the same name, framed by the glittering glow of a wide moat. With its architectural structures, the moated castle is a "typical Münsterländer" and built through and through of "Westphalian marble", the sandstone of the region. On guided tours of the grounds, you can be impressed by all the beauty of the listed castle, which is often mistakenly referred to as a fortress.

Magnificent architecture in the heart of the region

The complex, built in 1562, once belonged to the monastery of St. Mauritz as a schoolmaster's estate. Initially traded as a knight's fiefdom, the estate passed to the noble family of Bevern by marriage in 1450. They had the manor house built in the Renaissance style. At the beginning of the 17th century, the house was transferred as a dowry to the von Twickel family, who still live in and manage the castle today. Until the 19th century, the von Twickels had extensive architectural extensions carried out - among others, according to the plans of the master architect Johann Conrad Schlaun.

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Service at the Havixbeck House

  • 100 Castles Route
  • Outdoor
  • private estate

House Havixbeck

Öffnungszeiten vom 01.01. to 31.12.
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  • no entry possible:
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4 Tips for the Havixbeck House

  • If you are out and about in Havixbeck, you have certainly already seen the many sandstone buildings and sculptures. You can find out everything about the town's export hit here in the Sandstone Museum.
  • The nearby Hülshoff Castle is one of the most impressive buildings in Münsterland and well worth a visit.
  • The "heart of Münsterland" awaits you with nearby beautiful excursion destinations, such as the Billerbeck and Coesfeld open-air theatres.
  • The Sandstone Route leads cyclists through the hills of the Baumberge on the trail of sandstone. The magnificent nature will inspire you.

Places of interest around Havixbeck House

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