An iconic architectural ensemble of the city of Neuchâtel.
Built in the late 10th century, the Castle not only gave birth to the city at the foot of its ramparts, but also gave the city its name: Novum Castellum (new castle). Proudly enthroned on their hill, the Castle and the 12th-century Collegiate Church are Neuchâtel's undisputed icons. The exterior of the Collegiate Church and its slender towers, as well as its cloister, have just undergone a complete restoration. Be sure not to miss the cenotaph of the Counts of Neuchâtel!
Monday - Sunday
- 08:00 - 20:00
Good to know
- Attention: the Collegiate Church is currently closed to the public until Easter 2022
- Sentry walk accessible from the south of the castle or the north of the cloister