Feštetić Castle is a castle in Pribislavec, a village next to the town of Čakovec, northern Croatia.
It was built most probably in the 16th century and owned by the members of the Zrinski family almost till the end of the 17th century. The name of the castle comes from the Croatian-Hungarian Feštetić family, who possessed it from 1791 until 1923.
Before its reconstruction in 1870, ordered by the count György Festetics, the castle was surrounded by a park and a lovely garden with a chapel in it. The reconstruction gave it the neogothic look, especially marked by a tower on the southeastern side, bay windows, garlands and door and window jambs.
Address 12 Kaštelska ulica, Pribislavec 40000, Croatia
Coordinates 46°23'45.218" N 16°28'40.759" E