Renovation of the Palace Church

Bad Homburg Palace’s palace church is an excellent venue for concerts. It was built during the reconstruction of the palace complex in the years 1679-1686 by Landgrave Frederick II of Hesse-Homburg (1633-1708). Thanks to a comprehensive general renovation in 1989, the church is now a highly regarded venue for events. Nevertheless, concerts and the ravages of time have left their mark. In particular, the control of the heating system is getting on in years and needs technical modernisation. The interior with its wooden fixtures and panelling needs to be restored. There is also a need to maintain the historic Bürgy organ.

Schlosskirche Bad Homburg Stephan Peters de 25

Foto: Stephan Peters

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Foto: Stephan Peters


Foto: Alexander Paul Englert

Schlosskirche Bad Homburg Stephan Peters de 14

Foto: Stephan Peters

The total financial volume of these tasks amounts to about 250,000 euros. In order for this mammoth project to succeed, we, together with the Kuratorium Bad Homburger Schloss e. V., are dependent on your support.

The Kuratorium Bad Homburger Schloss e. V. is happy to receive donations for the project:

Taunus Sparkasse


IBAN: DE23 5125 0000 0001 1244 39

Reference: Sanierung Schlosskirche

Here you can find more information about the Kuratorium Bad Homburg Schloss e.V.

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The palace church is a popular venue for events in Bad Homburg, as here at a lecture by actor Michael Quast on the occasion of the opening of the exhibition “244ff. from Frederick to Ferdinand” in the palace.

Foto: Alexander Paul Englert