Frohburg Castle
Ceramics, Art and Childhood Dreams

When Kurt Feuerriegel founded the »Workshop of Saxon Art Pottery« in 1910 in Frohburg, the pottery trade in Central Saxony was given a new lease on life and Frohburg became the heart of sophisticated ceramics. The Frohburg Castle Museum features a captivating collection of Feuerriegel ceramics such as faience, terracotta sculptures and structural ceramics. The second section of the exhibition never fails to impress children – and parents also feel the urge to play when they see the dolls and dollhouses, mini kitchens and quaint shops from generations of old. Frohburg Castle itself was built around 1200 in the Romanesque style. Today’s castle is the result of centuries of work. Visitors get a real feel for the castle’s heyday when they step into the two allegorically decorated halls, admire the landscape fresco in the Stone Hall and explore the Picture Hall.

Benefits with the schloesserlandCARD

Free admission to the permanent exhibition
Reduced rates apply to enter special exhibition

Arrival & map

Next City:  Leipzig  (50 km)


Frohburg Castle

Florian-Geyer-Strasse 1 | 04654 Frohburg

+49 34348 51563

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Opening hours and admission prices

Frohburg Castle

Closed opens today 14:00 - 17:00

08:30 bis 12:00
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13:00 bis 16:00
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08:30 bis 12:00
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14:00 bis 17:00
11:00 bis 17:00
Full rate :
3,00 EUR
Reduced rate :i
2,50 EUR

Further information on opening hours and admission prices can be found here