Former crown of baroque architecture in Central Germany
Of the former 3-winged residence of the noble house of Anhalt-Zerbst, only the eastern wing still exists. It houses exhibitions and host events in the summer. Here, visitors can immerse themselves in the castle's history.
Zerbst Castle, built between 1681 and 1753, was one of the most important baroque buildings in Central Germany until its destruction in April 1945. The Förderverein Schloss Zerbst e.V. works diligently to secure and renovate the eastern wing. In the recreated rooms and cabinets, visitors can experience the splendor of former times. Thanks to many events and various exhibitions on the different levels of the remaining wing, a visit to Zerbst Castle is always an extraordinary experience.