Which tours can I book?

Two stations can be visited at Faber-Castell after making a binding reservation via our website:

  • "Old Lead" Museum
  • Faber Castell castle

Duration per station approx. 1 hour

On the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the Nuremberg Trials, Faber-Castell is offering a special multimedia guided tour of the Faber-Castell Castle on the subject of "Press Camp". Due to the current situation, however, the tour will not be bookable from November as planned, but probably from spring 2021.

Further information on the topic "Castle as Press Camp" can be found here.

Where can I book a tour?

Tours can exclusively be booked via our online form which you find here.

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What size can a group have?

Guided tours in small groups in order to comply with the legal requirements for infection control.

What do I need to bear in mind when visiting Faber-Castell?

For the protection of all concerned, a visit to Faber-Castell is accompanied by observance of the applicable hygiene and distance rules. Wearing a mouth-nose cover you have brought with you is just as obligatory as following the instructions on hygiene measures on site.

Persons who feel ill or who have had contact with COVID-19 cases within the last 14 days are asked to refrain from visiting Faber-Castell in the interests of general protection against infection.

We thank you for your support!

Are the premises barrier-free?

Regrettably our historic buildings are partly not barrier-free (production and museum), our castle is barrier-free. Please also note, that longer marches have to be considered.

Am I allowed to take pictures?

You can take pictures in our museum. Regrettably taking pictures is not allowed in the production plant and the castle.