Enjoy culinary highlights
The castle restaurant will enchant you with culinary delicacies from the region and an excellent wine list.
You can round off the evening perfectly on our castle terrace or enjoy another cool beer in our beer parlour.
Relax in the midst of idyllic nature and magnificent artistic sculptures
THE ROCOCO THEATRE
An elegant setting for events and celebrations with opulent architecture in the rococo style
THE ANSCHÜTZ-KAEMPFE LIBRARY
Eine antike, geschichtsträchtige Bibliothek
A place of peace and spirituality with unique pieces of historic Christian art
Your green refuge
Walk in a green oasis, surrounded by beautiful flowerbeds, magnificent trees and artistic sculptures, relaxing away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and recharging your batteries in the fairytale castle park. Stroll through the park or enjoy the peace and quiet on a park bench.
The perfect setting for sophisticated events
The Rococo Theatre at Schloss Lautrach offers a unique setting for cultural events as well as business and private celebrations. All guests will remember the elegant atmosphere for a long time.
The theatre impresses with its opulent architecture in the rococo style and the antique, hand-printed wallpapers of the famous "Dufour" manufactory from Paris.
A paradise for book lovers
Nestled in a room steeped in history, furnished with fine antiques, murals and wall panelling, the Anschütz-Kaempfe Library offers a historic ambience and invites you to browse through classics from literature, art and history. Used as a meeting room, this place encourages you to expand your knowledge and explore your creativity.
Explore the fascinating chapel at Schloss Lautrach
Explore the fascinating chapel at Schloss Lautrach, a place of peace and spirituality.
The chapel holds unique works of art by sculptor Max Faller, including the Gem Cross, a cross set with gemstones, reminiscent of the Triumphal Cross built by Emperor Constantine in Jerusalem. Here you will experience the oldest and original form of cross design.
The altar is also a special highlight. It tells a fascinating story, with its pedestal symbolising the New Jerusalem and the burial chapel in Jerusalem, as well as the paschal lamb, which is turned towards the visitors on high feast days. The altar symbolises the Old and New Testaments.
The tabernacle is also of great symbolism. It depicts the Holy Sepulchre Chapel in Jerusalem and stands on a stone taken from the Marian Column of Munich's Marienplatz, which was destroyed during World War II. Visit the chapel at Schloss Lautrach and experience the fascinating history and beauty of Christian art.