Late Gothic splendour revives aristocratic life of centuries past.
The late Gothic Schloss Netzschkau is considered to be the oldest and most valuable castle in terms of art history in the Saxon Vogtland. The residential castle replaced an older castle complex in 1490, and amazes not only architectural historians with its impressive construction. The interior rooms are substantially characterized by extensive renovations in the 17th century, which were initiated by Carol von Bose, the landlord at the time. The gorgeously furnished rooms bring the past back to life and give interesting insight into aristocratic life over the centuries.
A park was added to the castle grounds in the 19th century.