Castle Falkenstein, Texas is an impressive 'Bavarian-style' castle in South Burnet, TX, inspired by the world-famous Neuschwanstein Castle. The aerial shot (above – by Panther City Air) of the castle's prominent position gives a great idea of just how impressive this walled, medieval-esque castle is.
Castle Falkenstein was named after the planned (but never built) second castle of King Ludwig, creator of Neuschwanstein Castle. The South Burnet, Texas property is now available to hire for events, weddings and as a vacation rental castle. Located on a large, landscaped plot with perimeter stone walls, the castle would make your event, wedding or vacation a truly regal occasion.
For more information about this unique castle, please see their contact details below together with links to the castle's social media pages.
Falkenstein Castle on Instagram
Falkenstein Castle on Facebook
7400 Park Road 4 South Burnet, TX 78611
Photos: © Falkenstein Castle
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