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The castle is worth paying the small amount and going into. The outside is nice to walk around and see the various exhibits. You can go inside and underground which is particularly ingesting, there is a a creepy room which is scary in a fun...More
I liked this castle ruin site, shame it was destroyed. My biggest complaint is that there were not enough exhibits in both Polish and English. Still it give insight into the siege mentality of the middle ages and the history of the Teutonic Knights who...More
Find out from the Tourist Information center in town, exactly where the vaults and the Cultural Center are in the castle ruin area. There were no directional signs to the vaults when we got to the ruins so we missed seeing them. There was one...More
There is not much left of this medieval Teutonic Knight's castle but some partial walls and some reconstructed medieval siege weapons which were very interesting. I would give this higher marks if they didn't charge admission. not enough of it left to warrant an admission...More
The castle is larger than it first appears. There are "underground" rooms, as well as an upstairs gallery over the road into a further room. The history of the castle and its Knights is relayed in a video underground (Polish with English sub titles). Some...More
Not much of the castle remaining but interestingly history. There is a cost to enter which is a bit high but if you want the history and experience then you must pay. You do not need a long visit here so it can be fitted...More
Although much of the castle is in ruins, there are some really well-preserved parts, including a bridge and a tower. Make sure you view the underground chambers which are fascinating, and the entrances to which can be missed. Kids will love it.