Prince's House Dillenburg

Built in late-baroque style in 1772, the house at 24 Wilhelmstraße was sold to Prince William V. of Orange (residence in The Hague, NL) in 1803, giving it the nickname the ‘Prince’s House’. Whenever the respective Orange or, later, Nassau sovereign (Duchy of Nassau) came to Dillenburg, he always took up quarters in this house.

Today, it is used by the Hesse State Stud as an administrative building.

Prinzensaal" conference or wedding room (up to 70 people)

The Prince's House is nestled in the historic stud farm of the state stud. The baroque Prinzensaal on the first floor is accessible via a spacious staircase and can be used as a wedding room. The Gestütshof, the foyer or the Gestütsgarten are ideal for a champagne reception or the presentation of catering offers. On the upper floor there are further adjoining rooms, a kitchen for preparing food and drinks and a separate toilet facility.

We would be happy to advise you personally and support you in selecting catering providers, accommodation options or create individual conference packages for you. Further information can be found here.

Text: Oranienstadt Dillenburg und A. Rogocz

Brief description

The house, built in late Baroque style in 1772, was sold to Prince William V of Orange in 1803.

Opening hours

Individuals or small groups can take a tour of the State Stud without prior appointment and free of charge.

Contact and directions