Event scheduled for 30.11.2019
|Status||Event will take place -280 seats available|
|Begins at||15:00 Uhr|
|Ends at||19:00 Uhr|
|Event||Enchanted Castle - Peaceful music and treats from around the world|
|Entrance fee||17,- Euro adults and teeanger; 7,- Euro children (4 to 12 years)|
on November 30 and December 1st, 2019 from 3 to 7 pm
Peaceful music and treats from around the world
Get enchanted during the first Advent weekend on the Reichsburg. For the first time since its inception, the Reichsburg is celebrating Christmas with its own. In the “Historischer Keller” the musicians Saitenswing, Saer and Jazz Combo will present joyful Christmas carols from around the world.
In the former chapel the medieval musician duo Die Heidweilers present you Christmas from the past and the renowned magician William enthralls you in the enchanted world of magic. Listen to the fairy tales recited from Josef, the poet. How about a visit to Elves shop in the “Wappenkeller”? The celebratory Arts and Crafts spread Christmas cheer and gets you in the Christmas mood.
The private rooms of Louis Ravené, rebuilder of the Reichsburg, will be open to the public, along with an exhibition of Christmas traditions around the world. In the Chapelcourtyard you can indulge yourself in traditional treats and beverages worldwide.
Adults and teenager € 17,00
Children (4 – 12 years) € 7,00
The price includes the free trip from the Market in Cochem to the Reichsburg and back with the Weihnachts-Panoramabahn, the entrance to “Enchanted Castle” and one hot beverage.
Get your ticket here: www.reichsburg-cochem.de or + 49 (0) 2671 - 255
Shows in the Historischer Keller:
Saitenswing 3.00pm and 5.00pm
Jazz Combo 3.40pm and 5.40pm
Guitar Saer 4.30pm and 6.20pm
Shows in the former chapel:
William the Magician 3.10pm and 5.00pm
Josef the Storyteller 3.50pm and 5.45pm
Die Heidweilers 4.20pm and 6.45pm
Finale Show at 7pm in the Rosenhof of the Reichsburg.
Subject to changes.
|Inquiry form / Booking request||reichsburg-cochem.de/inquiry-form-booking-request/?lang=en|