Hofgarten Veitshöchheim

The Hofgarten of Veitshöchheim was laid out by the prince bishops of Würzburg and is still considered one of the most beautiful of its kind in Germany. First used as a hunting lodge, then as a summer residence, the palace in the court garden was built in 1680/82 by Prince Bishop von Dernach and extended in 1749/53 by Balthasar Neumann.

Parking spaces along the Main (Parkstraße)

Public Transport:
Regional Train from Würzburg Hbf
Ship: from Würzburg »Alter Kranen« to Veitshöchheim »Mainlände«

Further information:
Access at the entrance Fasanentor (Würzburger Str. / Obere Maingasse)

Hofgarten Veitshöchheim
Echterstraße 10
97209 Veitshöchheim
Hofgarten Veitshöchheim
Echterstraße 10
97209 Veitshöchheim