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Chateau de Malbrouck

Rue du chateau, 57480 Manderen, France
+33 3 87 35 03 87
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Beautifully restored castle in the Moselle region

This castle is called the "Chateau de Malbrouck" because the Duke of Marlborough spent one or two... read more

Reviewed 19 October 2016
Nickybeegee
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Schengen, Luxembourg
A Nice Chateau

We visited the castle in April on our way back from Luxemburg. We could not go inside as it was... read more

Reviewed 5 July 2016
SydneyPerla
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Sydney
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Splendidly restored, Malbrouck Castle reveals you six centuries of history. Through the four towers and the parapet walk of the castle, you will discover the whole history of the place and its harmonious architecture. Individual visits, permanent free visits, guided tours on request, educational visits. English, German, French
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  • Very good50%
  • Average12%
  • Poor5%
  • Terrible1%
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Rue du chateau, 57480 Manderen, France
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+33 3 87 35 03 87
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Reviewed 19 October 2016

This castle is called the "Chateau de Malbrouck" because the Duke of Marlborough spent one or two nights here in 1075 when he was on his way to some war somewhere... It has been lovingly restored and it is certainly worth a visit.

Thank Nickybeegee
Reviewed 5 July 2016

We visited the castle in April on our way back from Luxemburg. We could not go inside as it was late already. But it was nice from outside already. We hope the main road is open to public again as the detour was a bit...More

2  Thank SydneyPerla
Reviewed 7 June 2016

Situated towards the far north-eastern border of France, this Château might easily go unnoticed. Yet, I was pleasantly surprised when I visited it a couple of days ago. Restoration works have been going on for quite a while and I could see they transformed this...More

2  Thank Korgan7
Reviewed 25 March 2016

I found this by surprise and I'm so glad I did! Wonderfully done museum and incredible castle grounds. Great to spend an afternoon here.

Thank Theresa M
Reviewed 21 February 2016

Very good reconstruction of the castle, beautiful views from the top. Be ready to walk a lot. Good guides as well.

Thank RenataKirsch
Reviewed 2 October 2015

This is a medieval fortified castle from the 14th century, built by Arnold VI of Sierck. It was mostly destroyed and ruined 1793. Fully restored to it's original splendor, in 1991 to 1998. The castle consist of four corner towers interconnected by curtain walls to...More

Thank 1trekky
Reviewed 2 September 2015

This was a nice surprise near the border of France. It is a fully reconstructed chateau and there was a full exhibit on how the restoration was done when we were there. At the time my son who was 6yo was into airplanes and toy...More

Thank John D
Reviewed 8 November 2014

This was my first visit ever to an actual Chateau. As we approached through the lovely small village below and saw the Chateau looming above us on the hill, I became more and more excited. I was still excited as we approached the entrance and...More

1  Thank Starlight1313
Reviewed 21 August 2014

We were driving aimlessly around the countryside after visiting the Maginot Line (Ouvrage Hackenberg) when we saw this castle in the distance and drove to it. I'm so glad we did! Excellently restored and plenty of amenities. The exhibits weren't special, but just seeing how...More

Thank EDLichtenstein
Reviewed 8 August 2014

Dominating the village, this newly restored small castle offers large vistas over the surrounding areas in 3 countries. Follow the arrows to visit all parts of the castle. It presents rotating exhibitions (toys of the past when we were there) and a permanent display on...More

Thank Denis D
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