Schloss Wilhelmshohe is a Neoclassical palace located in Bad Wilhelmshohe (DE), a part of Kassel, Germany. It was built for Landgrave Wilhelm (William) IX of Hesse in the late 18th century. Emperor Wilhelm II made extensive use of it as a summer residence and personal retreat.
Today, the palace houses an art gallery, part of Museumslandschaft Hessen Kassel (DE). Since 2013, Schloss Wilhelmshöhe has been part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Bergpark Wilhelmshohe.