Zoo, castle, labyrinth

Rosegg Castle
Rosegg Castle has been owned by the Liechtenstein family since 1831. Prince Johannes von Liechtenstein acquired the castle from Peter Ritter von Bohr for one of his sons. The castle was inhabited until the seventies, then abandoned until 1995 and has been "inhabited" again since 1997. Austria's first figure cabinet with lifelike figures can be viewed here! There are also exhibitions of paintings by contemporary artists, summer events, concerts, theater and a small castle café.
Rosegg Labyrinth
Austria's largest garden labyrinth was opened in July 2001 between Rosegg Castle and Rosegg Zoo. Over 3000 hornbeams form a hedge one kilometer long on an area of 2,400 square meters. A tower in the center serves as a landmark. Right next to the garden labyrinth, a labyrinth was also built in the corn field on an area of 1.3 hectares.

Rosegg Zoo

Just 5 minutes from Velden am Wörthersee, Rosegg Animal Park has been an all-weather visitor magnet for all guests around Lake Wörthersee, Lake Faak and Lake Ossiach for over 25 years. Every year, around 80,000 visitors come to Carinthia's largest zoo, which is home to around 400 animals of over 35 different species on an area steeped in history - with the Rosegg castle ruins and the zoo wall built by the money counterfeiter Ritter von Bohr in 1830. A buffet is provided for the well-being of young and old. For children, the small animal zoo with its large children's playground is an absolute hit.


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