The massive construction of Castle Schenna above Merano, with its partially visible surrounding castle moat. Over a bridge you reach the entrance of Castle Schenna, and pass by the dungeon in the courtyard. There, an open staircase leads into the castle rooms.
Castle Schenna in South Tyrol can be visited up to the wing with the private rooms of the Count’s family. The halls and the majestic rooms lodge the paintings and portrait gallery, a collection of weapons and numerous art-historical objects of the Tyrolean history.

Opening times
Visits from March/April to October/Nov exclusively with showing round
at 10.30 a.m., 11.30 a.m., 14.00 p.m. and 15.00 p.m.
Groups visit with prior notification at any time.

Closed: On Sundays and holidays
except: Easter Monday, 1 May, Ascension Day and italian holidays

Must-see sights and attractions

There are so many things to discover, and you should put thousands of pages online, to describe all the beauty and things you’ll find in South Tyrol, and surroundings of the Schennerhof.

Let yourself be surprised by South Tyrol:
Pamper your body, mind and eyes, during a stroll through the cure-town of Merano, or visit the Ötzi Museum in Bolzano, discover the history of the country in Castle Tirol, experience the grandeur of the Botanical Gardens and the Touriseum Castle Trauttmansdorff, go to track search for knights in the medieval little town Glurns, or visit the MMM – the new mountain museum of Reinhold Messner.

Experience by us a journey through nature, culture, gastronomy and history, a journey full of emotions, and learn to know and appreciate the country and the people.