The castle itself was interesting to see, but it wasn't my cup of tea. We took the tour ($15/person), which seems a little steep, but that's how they keep the castle going. I'm not that much into history, architecture, etc. and the tour guide was a little over-the-top, but she knew her stuff. We had a limited amount of time in the park, and I would rather have spent it outside in the elements. But, if you're into this sort of thing, the castle and it's story are interesting. If you're not into the tour thing, you can walk around the grounds and then head back out into the beautiful outdoors.
Tip: there's a discount if you have a Senior Parks Pass.
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December 14, 2012
Correct - individuals with an Interagency Senior Pass get a 50% discount. If you don't have one and qualify (U.S. permanent resident aged 62 or older), you can get the lifetime pass for $10 at our visitor center.
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