This is a 1970s format. You walk around furnished rooms with little information on what you are looking at. The labels contain practically no background information as to who is in a portrait or picture, or why this portrait/picture has been hung. Only a tiny part of the castle is open to the public. There are very helpful custodians on hand (whose main role is to ensure that you don't step over the ropes or touch anything) who have an encyclopedic knowledge of the exhibits, but not everyone can engage them in conversation. It really seems that there has been no investment in the visitor experience for many years (with the exception of a good video on sustainable estate management at the end).
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