Visitors Information Schloß Ippenburg 2020

The great Summer festival
13-14 June 2020
is postponed to 3 to 6 June 2021

 

All over Germany major events are currently being cancelled because of Covid 19. The Ippenburg Summer Festival is postponed for the weekend of 3 and 6 June 2021 in accordance with the general decree of the Osnabrück district until further notice.

Summer guests, summer glories!
This is the motto for Schloss Ippenburg’s  celebration of summer

With more than 150 exhibitors, Germany’s biggest kitchen garden, a modern rosarium, a wilderness and a whole range of creative and artisitic exhibitions and  installations

Further Information

13-14 June 2020
postponed to 3 to 6 June 2021
Opening times: 11.00 – 18.00
Admission adults 12 €, Children and teenies free

5 Ippenburg Sundays
21, 28 June, 5, 12, 19 July 2020

 

Get out into the countryside! Visit the Ippenburg Gardens and enjoy Nature’s bounties. Following the Summer Festival  – 11-14 June – which opens the Ippenburg garden season, the gardesn will open 5 Sundays in June and July.

Further Information

21, 28 June, 5, 12, 19 July 2020
Opening times: Sundays 11.00 – 18.oo
Admission adults 6€, Children and teenies free

The great Autumn Festival
25-27 September 2020

 

More than 100 exhibitors compete with the autumnal splendours of the Ippenburg Gardens. The 17th Lower Saxony Pumpkin Championship on Saturday and the 3rd Ippenburg Pumpkin Paddle Championship on Sunday promise much excitement and fun.The orange giants, which arrive for the big pumpkin weigh-in on Saturday, are hollowed  out and serve as paddle boats on Sunday.

Further Information

25-27 September 2020
Opening times: 11.00 – 18.00
Admission adults 12€, Children and teenies free

The 2nd pre-Christmas
Brocante Festival
6-8 November 2020

 

Three weeks before Advent Schloß Ippenburg takes on a pre-Christmas intimate, romantic and poetic ambiente! 100 exhibitors from Germany and the Netherlands, among them 30 of the best brocante exhibitors, all welcome you to look around, admire and buy.

In the Gobelin Chamber and salon on the historic upper floor the motto is “ Christmas in the Castle.” A long table is bedecked for the festivities and an enormous, decorated Christmas tree holds sway as in days gone by. The whole evokes a taste of Downton Abbey which you, too, can share.
(Admission to the exhibition 2€, entrance in the East Tower)

Further Information

6-8 November 2020
Opening times: 11.00 – 19.00
Admission adults 10€, Children and teenies free