Château du Petit-Arnsberg
The castle was a fief of the Abbey of Wissembourg, held by the Wasigenstein family. Its first mention in records dates from 1316. The castle is semi-troglodytic. The corps de logis follows the rocky contours and is protected by a strong surrounding wall.
A small doorway cut into the rock is dated 1494. On the eastern side of the castle, long cavities in the ground were the foundstions for wooden buildings which enlarged the habitable area.
The castle may be reached from the village of Obersteinbach. From the sports ground, a path marked by red-white-red rectangular markers leads to the site.
- Ministry of Culture: Ruines du château Petit-Arnsberg (in French)