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Var utca 24., Miskolc 3534, Hungary
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Reviewed today via mobile

The castle itself is rather small but most of it is renovated - rebuilt. Good program with children to drop in for 1-2 hours. On the ground floor you may see the original set and tools of medieval professionals blacksmith, potter, cook, hunter, etc. On...More

Thank tue14
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The people of Miskolc have renovated the castle ruins into a beautiful museum. Plan on spending 2 hours touring the grounds and rooms. There are interactive computer screens in each room and audio guides you may choose to get. I believe you can even rent...More

Thank CapriGirl2015
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Just twenty minutes from the city center by tram, this castle is a must-see for anyone. Recently restored, it comprises of two levels with plenty of rooms to visit, plus watchtowers to climb for great views of Miskolc and the Bukk Hills. On the lower...More

Thank viatorterrarum
Reviewed June 4, 2018

Before you enter the castle you see a statute of Nagy Lajos who was king of Hungary from 1342 to 1382. Although little of the original 14th century castle remains, there is much to see of interest in the rebuilt castle which has only been...More

Thank Edmund R
Reviewed May 15, 2018

This castle was renewed some years ago, now it looks great. They have so many programs for families. Tour guides are young and enthusiastic, it's so nice to listen what they tell us about this area. Exhibitions are spectacular, there are cafe and restaurant too.

Thank aynacica
Reviewed February 16, 2018

A beautiful romantic castle, well worth the visit if you want to learn about medieval knights. It has a super interesting history - check it out for yourself! ;)

Thank JuditMcP
Reviewed August 27, 2017 via mobile

Good place for an hour or two. Have lots of thematic exhibitions - food market, herbalist, pottery, armory, etc. Almost every room is equipped with interactive screens, that tell something about the exhibit. They also had signs with numbers for audio guides, but we weren't...More

1  Thank Katrusya G
Reviewed August 20, 2017

They did a wonderful job renovating the castle a few years ago. You can take a guided tour (price included in the ticket). Our guide was dressed in costume and was in character for the whole tour. The view from the top is amazing. The...More

Thank MarcsiB-B
Reviewed July 2, 2017 via mobile

A castle with interesting history, a viewtower and historical exhibitions. Some parts have been recently renovated. You can walk around freely or take a guided tour.

Thank Inkeri R
Reviewed June 7, 2017

What a lovely Castle, beautifully renovated, amazing surrounding, the view from the top was my favorite. The Castle is a museum too, very interesting, with interactive games and a presentation of the Castle's history.

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