Welcome to Schloss Reinbek
Schloss Reinbek was built in the years 1572 to 1576 by Duke Adolf I of Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorf. The castle was designed in the Dutch renaissance style as a representative building near to the Hanseatic cities of Hamburg, Lübeck and Lüneburg. From 1647 to 1874 it was the seat of the ducal and royal administrators of Denmark as well as the Prussian legislative body. Towards the end of the 19th century the castle was sold and then used in variety of ways.
From 1977 to 1987 the castle was fully restored in an exemplary way and has since served the people of the region as a centre for culture and communication.
A great advantage is the castle's excellent connection to the motorway, Hamburg's suburban railway and Hamburg airport.