Historical churches, Villa Teresa, Karrasburg Castle, wineries and historic crafts attract visitors from near and far. Find out for yourself!
One of the most beautiful surviving Saxon village churches, dating back to the year 1497, with colourful interior painting. The baroque organ is the only one of its kind!
First mentioned in 1205, the church was later rebuilt in a Renaissance style. Only the tower remains from that period. Today’s baroque building was built in 1737.
A gem of a museum in a location steeped in history; mysterious, rich in treasures, flexible and full of ideas.
A stylish hall for chamber music and a memorial to a musician – or a romantic villa for weddings! A jewel in the crown of a landscaped park with a Japanese teahouse, a composer’s pavilion and water lilies.
The central park (Bürgerpark) was laid out behind Karrasburg Castle and the Old Museum in 2001, with playgrounds, playing fields and a water garden with special plants tracing out the remains of the old moated castle.
This new church was built in 1903 by Woldemar Kandler in the Neo-Renaissance style. In 2015, the church was fully renovated and the large Jehmlich organ consecrated.
A living tradition of craftsmanship with exhibits to listen to, look at and try out – in the workshop of the old half-timbered house on the edge of the Friedewald woods.