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Welcome to Uhuburg
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A Renaissance castle like no other, Uhuburg is a philosophical, food producing, naturalistic, and celebratory place located outside the Alpine, Bavarian City of Helen, Georgia.

Uhuburg is nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. With castle walls to wander, towers to climb and philosophical murals to contemplate, the castle awaits you. Spend the day exploring the grounds or stay in a castle chamber for an unforgettable and enchanting experience!
 


Tour the grounds: Day Visits
Stay in a Castle Chamber: Book your Stay
Book a
Photoshoot
Join us for a Special Event

 

Peach Blossoms March 2024
What to See & Do at Uhuburg
Anne kicking off a Highlights of Uhuburg Tour

Guided Tours

Two guided tours are offered during Day Visits. Learn about highlights and hear some stories!

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Mural Walk

See how humankind has sought to understand the meaning of life over the ages. More Info

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Climb the 8 story tower for a magnificent view of the Blue Ridge Mountains!

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Greenhouse

See what's sprouting and next to transplant in the custom built greenhouse.

Gazebo & Zen Garden

Soak up the sun at various features and benches around the grounds. Photo by E.L.Clay

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Springtime specialty

Let the frogs serenade you while looking for the tadpoles that fill Uhuburg ponds every Spring.

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Castle Walls

Walk the 2 level walls to find a unique vista at every corner.

Photo by J.Hodge

Tropical Atrium

Join a short tour to the naturally heated indoor garden. Always a favorite. Photo by S.Inglima

Moon girl & Peach blossoms

Peruse the Statues

Classic statues are found throughout the grounds. Some celebrate the human body.

Special Events
Swordsmanship Workshops & Demos

June 22 & 23, July 13 & 14

(with more to come!)

Try your hand at Medieval Swordsmanship with Appalachian Sword Club!

Participation is included in Day Visit tickets

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A Bit of the Story

Father ~ Daughter Duo

Bob Marthai   The dreamer, architect and builder behing Uhuburg who brought his vision of an educational castle in the mountains of North Georgia to fruition. Bob built Uhuburg to share what he has found to be important for the good life. He often says, "Why have a castle if you can't share it?" Bob is an ex-psychologist, retired tall ship captain, naval architect, and lover of dance. Join his Day Visit guided tour for the full story!
Naomi Marthai   General Manager, and Admin Assistant to Bob, Naomi manages many of the day to day castle affairs, oversees gardening, web/social media and has a hand in mural artistry as well. Naomi was previously an 8th grade science teacher for 11 years. She loves to dance, especially with Bob & Janine, whom she calls Dad & Mom when off the clock.

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Bookings & Accommodations
Weddings at Uhuburg; Photography by ItsNtheStars Photography

Uhuburg as a Venue
Accepting bookings for private events soon Learn more

Quinceañera by Mint Forever Photography

Photoshoots
The Castle is calling for your next shoot See More

Chamber Guest Room

Accommodations
Reserve a Castle Chamber
Learn more

ItsNtheStars Photography

Mint Forever Photography

Uhuburg Photography

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