Garden architecture

In addition to the 18th-century garden pavilion (the Lusthaus), which is built on the foundations of the southwestern corner tower of the late medieval defensive wall, there are other examples of historical garden architecture in the former western moat of the castle complex. These include the octagonal arbor from 1912 (from Oschersleben), which has given the garden a unique flair since reconstruction was completed in 2002, and another rectangular arbor that has recently (2022) been restored as part of the "Architecture in the Herb Garden" project. This latest addition will also be used for our holiday projects or as a part of our garden tours. These arbors are also highly appreciated by wedding couples for souvenir photos.