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Castle Doorn

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Castle Doorn dates back to 838 and has known many changes ever since. It has been the retreat of the exiled former German Emperor Wilhelm II from 1920 until his death in 1941. Today House Doorn is a National Museum.

It still contains the exact interior from the time of Wilhelm II, with its extensive art and historic collections, which, together with the House and grounds, were confiscated by the Dutch government in 1945.

Wilhelm II is buried in a small mausoleum in the gardens.

Castle Doorn also a venue for film & photo shooting, cultural, corporate and private events, such as concerts, receptions, weddings...

For more detailed information about history and visits, see website.


Castle Doorn

Langbroekerweg 10
3941 MT Doorn