The castle itself is largely in ruins, but you can still climb up to the tower and explore some of the battlements. There is very little in the way of museum, although there are some swords, suits of armour and coins. I visited in the off season, so none of the activities were being offered (puppet show, archery, alchemy show, jousting...), but I was given a guided tour of the torture chamber (spooky lighting, good explanations). There is a maze through the 9 circles of hell, dark, spooky, kind of Hallowe’eenish. Tacky, but older kids (of any age) would probably find it fun.. There are a couple of goats, a horse and a donkey. Oh, and a lane for ladies of ill repute (first time I have seen that in any medieval castle). All in all, fun - and the castle itself is rather attractive! 9€ entry fee was rather high considering most of the acts were not being offered.
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