The princely salons

These salons document the life of members of the Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn family from the beginning of the 19th century in Russia, France, Italy and, since 1850, in Sayn. The paintings of Franz Xaver Winterhalter, Horace Vernet and other great painters, as well as the sculptures of Christian Daniel Rauch, create a special atmosphere. Some furniture and paintings belong to Princess Gabriela and come from the castle of Pommersfelden, near Bamberg. The brightly colored rooms correspond to the neo-Gothic style of the 19th century. The large hall with white marble fireplace and the portraits of Prince Ludwig and Princess Leonilla offers a princely setting for ceremonies and civil receptions. In the Russian drawing room, there is a bust of Princess Charlotte of Prussia, a daughter of Queen Louise, who changed name to Alexandra Fyodorovna when she married Tsar Nicholas I, as well as paintings of family possessions in Russia.

Large hall 

Russian drawing room

The blue dining room, with its Venetian mirror paintings, the adjacent French drawing room, or the billiard room with the outdoor terrace, are also suitable for exclusive dinners and conferences (each for 10-12 people).

Blue dining room

French drawing room

Billiard room

A place appreciated for weddings, celebrations and meetings is also the Gobelinsaal, with splendid tapestries and two rare Genoese chests of drawers from the 16th century. The attached outdoor area invites you to relax in fresh air.

Gobelinsaal

The princely salons can also be visited privately during a guided tour, which can be booked at the offices of the Schloss Sayn Administration.

Reservations and information for celebrations and weddings in the princely salons:

Schloss Sayn- Administration
Schloss-Strasse 100
D-56170 Bendorf-Sayn
Telephone: +49 2622 9024-12
Fax: +49 2622 9024-17
Email: schloss@sayn.de

Der Garten der Schmetterlinge und das Neue Museum Schloss Sayn sind zur Zeit geschlossen. 

Leider müssen wir Ihnen mitteilen, dass der Garten der Schmetterlinge sowie das Neue Museum Schloss Sayn aufgrund der behördlichen Anordnung der 12. Coronabekämpfungsverordung des Landes Rheinland-Pfalz vom 02. November 2020 bis zunächst einschließlich 30. November 2020 für Besucher geschlossen sind.

Wir informieren Sie umgehend sobald ein Ende der Schließung absehbar ist und freuen uns, Sie bald wieder hier im Kulturpark Sayn begrüßen zu können.

Mit herzlichen Grüßen

Ihre

Gabriela und Alexander Sayn-Wittgenstein