Offerings for Teachers

The ruins of Münzenberg Castle are one of the most important castles in Germany from the High Middle Ages. It was built by imperial ministers of the Staufen Emperor Frederick Barbarossa around 1160/70 and extended in the 13th century. Although the castle was destroyed in the Thirty Years’ War, its ruins have been preserved extremely authentically to this day. With its two characteristic towers, it is an important landmark in the Wetterau region.

At a glance

Registration: 06172 9262-148

Group: max. 9 people

Duration: approx. 4 hours

Meeting point: next to the castle ticket office

The Middle Ages to participate in

After the welcome, the teacher training begins with the presentation and communication of the pedagogical concepts as well as the on-site activities and excursions. The creative workshops “Scriptorium” and “Soapstone” will then teach the use of medieval skills in the classroom in an experimental way. Afterwards, there will be time for exchange and feedback on the event. Finally, all participants will receive a training certificate.

Note & Registration

The tours can be booked from April to October.

Please send the completed registration form to

For queries: +49 (0)6172 9262 148

For groups, teacher training can be booked individually, deviating from the dates mentioned above.


25.00 € per person
approx. 4 hours
max. 9 persons
Meeting point:
Next to the castle ticket office