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All reviews great for kids families with children guided tour in english entrance fee candle making foam swords craft activities sword fighting medieval costumes coins leather bow pottery candles skills fortress stone
We went to the fort because my husband loves old architecture. The fort was an excellent example of 10th century work, oldest fort still standing. The staff wear medieval costumes and we got denari to ‘spend’ on different activities. It was a bit amateurish but...More
Brilliant day out. The fort is small but has an interesting tour which once or twice a day is in English. It takes you through its history and into the dungeons, very entertaining but the key part of the visit is the medieval activities in...More
A fantastic gem of a place we visited on a cloudy day. We found it through trip advisor after not being sure what to do. We have a 11,8 and 1 year old. The entrance fee is reasonable and we ended up staying for around...More
Limited ruins to see but the demonstrations and medieval craft activities really make this a great castle to visit for children. None of the usual ‘I’m bored’ here as there’s enough to keep the kids busy for hours. Leatherworking,stone carving, candle making, pottery etc. There...More
Historic medival castle with lots of demonstrations.
Not huge in size, but huge in content, this castle on the hill above the village has demonstrations you can get involved with of lots of medical skills. Recommendef
The highlight of this place were the kids activities, where they get to do pottery, sculpting, painting, etc. The fortress itself is quite small, and takes 5 minutes to see, but the staff with their authentic costumes and exciting stories make this quite interesting to...More
We went with our 7 and 10 year old, who both said it was one of the best days ever. We did most of the activities including candle making (favorite), stone carving, pottery, archery, painting, made leather bracelets, and watched the catapult. You can also...More
The fortress itself is nothing to write home about. Little more than a ruin really, but what makes the visit memorable are all the workshops and demonstrations of medieval crafts such as stone carving, striking coinage and calligraphy; in addition, there's a fun working trebuchet....More