• 122 N Main St, Cleveland, GA 30528

  • Uhuburg, Eagle Owl Castle

  • About Us

    Uhuburg is the Renaissance Eagle Owl Castle in Helen, GA. It is a philosophical, food producing, natural, and celebratory place. Come enjoy the enchanting outdoor grounds! Our Grand Opening Season began on May 20th and we are open on most Saturdays and Sundays. Entrance is between 10:00 and 2:00 (closed at 3:00).

    Tickets and Duration:
    Tickets and more information about day visits can be found on our website. Tickets include all guided tour offerings and the Lookout Tower. Some interior rooms are available for viewing. Guests typically spend a couple hours here and we suggest participation in the guided tour offerings as well as exploring on your own, as some areas such as the wall walk and Lookout Tower are not part of the tours.

    Guided Tour Offerings:
    Highlights of Uhuburg: Learn about the highlights of the philosophical murals, architecture and gardens. Duration: about 45 minutes
    Great Hall and Tropical Atrium: Learn about features in the Great Hall and step into one of our favorite places, the Interior Tropical Atrium (only viewable with this tour). Duration: about 15 minutes

    Groups and Private Tours:
    Group rates, weekday private tours, and educational field trips are available for groups of 20 or more participants. Groups welcome during public hours and van/bus parking can be arranged. Contact us for more information at info@uhuburg.com.

    Events, Photoshoots and Overnight Stay:
    Now accepting bookings for special events and photoshoots! Information for overnight chamber guest rooms will be posted on our website as soon as it is available (later this Fall).


    Welcome to Uhuburg, the Eagle Owl Castle
    Join our two guided tour offerings during your day visit
    The fall colors do not disappoint from Uhuburg's Lookout Tower
    Garden Dancer with winter plantings of ornamental cabbage
    Every corner of the castle walls is a lovely vista
    Uhuburg in early Fall
    Uhuburg's philosophical mission is realized through a series of murals that explore the pursuit of understanding the meaning of life by depicting various religions and philosophies
    Native North American mural, painted by Shannon Willow
    Warm up with the holiday hues in Uhuburg's Great Hall
    The pot of gold at the end of a (double!) rainbow is the castle!
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