Trip Planner: Europe / The Netherlands / Gelderland Province / Vaassen / Historic Sites / Kasteel Cannenburch
Cannenburg Castle or Cannenburch Castle is a watercastle in the Netherlands. It is situated in Vaassen, a town in the province of Gelderland.HistoryThe Guelderian field marshal Maarten van Rossum built the watercastle in 1543 on the ruins of an old castle. After his death it was inherited by his nephew Hendrik van Isendoorn, who also supervised the final completion. The castle remained for over 300 years in the family D'Isendoorn à Blois. After the last van Isendoorn widow had died childless in 1881 the threat of the closure of the castle was a probability. In 1882 however it was bought by Eduard Baron van Lynden. 1905 it came into the possession of Mrs. Frida Cleve-Mollard from Berlin whose husband Richard Cleve was the last private inhabitant of the castle. After the Second World War the castle was confiscated by the Dutch government and in 1951 transferred to the "Foundation of Friends of Guelderian Castles" (Stichting Vrienden der Geldersche Kasteelen) for the symbolic price of one Dutch guilder. Between 1975 and 1981 a restoration of the castle took place, the antique furniture has been completed and it has since reopened to visitors.Make Kasteel Cannenburch a centerpiece of your Vaassen vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Vaassen vacation trip planner.
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This castle is open for tours and has some excellent rooms to view and experience. The history is real, the castle is real and has been restored to its former status. Audio tours are available which g... more »
I was here for a Medieval Fair and the fair was very nice, but the Castle is not very impressing. In Holland there are more better en bigger Castle's more »
It's a very nice castrle to visit. You can do it by yourself or a audio tour. So you get a good impression how one of the many regular castles in The Netherlands has functioned in the past. With a goo... more »
Nice castle and nice surrounding. Lovely place 💕
Tom WetzelsBeautiful castle with large garden. You are definitely a few hours good to you have seen everything. Only the Cafe is very expensive.
Lisa GeertsVery nice Castle. Nice to also the audio tour to do in order to get some more information. Worth the visit.
Peter WesthuisBeautifully restored Castle and outbuildings Interior paintings and interesting; cousins exhibition behind the shop worth a visit. Unbeatable location for zwaarbewolkte or wet days on the Veluwe. But also fine in the sunshine to enjoy!!
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