Historical sources indicate that the predecessor of the current Oberwerris Castle stood on this place already in 1284. The palace complex which stands here today consists of several buildings from different eras. The most important of them is the two-storey brick castle with sandstone trim, built at the junction of the XVII and XVIII centuries. To the north of it there is a hut - the oldest building of the complex.
Inside Oberwerris Castle you can admire a fireplace dating to 1672, transformed into a Gothic arched window. There is a baroque garden near the gatehouse. The stables, adjoining the kennel, are to the east of the main house. Oberwerris Castle is used mainly for conferences and receptions. The training center of the Gymnastics Federation of the North Rhine - Westphalia land is also on its territory. And if you're lucky, you can take part in the fancy-dress ball, organized by fans of the Czechoslovak-German film "Three Nuts for Cinderella". Although the very fairy tale was not filmed there, the interiors of the castle were suitable for the scenes from this cult German film.