|This is a National Monument of Brunant and as such may not be modified or dismantled.|
|Location||Grijzestad, Chester Parish|
Grijzestad Palace is the old Royal Palace in the Old Town of Grijzestad, built in 1506. It served as the main residence from 1506-1784, and is currently a summer retreat. Most of it is opened up as a museum. It is a National Monument since 1907.
Part of the palace forms the Royal Botanical Gardens, a large garden started by the daughters of King Adrian I in the 1620s. It is opened up to the public since 1888 and is a popular tourist attraction.
| Realpaleis • Grijzestad Palace • Huis ten Bergen|
Former and unused: Bitburg Castle • Koningsberg Palace • Leuvisberg Castle • Steenhuis Manor