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Castle Tours

Price
from € 1.50 per person
Duration
approx. 60 minutes

Classic Castle Tour

Our guides make every castle tour an exciting experience. The history of Aggstein castle ruin extends back to the 12th century. Some of its past owners played an important role in the Danube region. Many of them used their power for personal enrichment. Their misdeeds and the eventful history of the castle still form part of legends and tales relating to Aggstein today!

 

Price: € 4.50 per person
Duration: approx. 60 minutes
(for groups of 20 people or more, by prior appointment)

Audio Tours

Discover the castle on your own with our individually available audio tours for children and adults. In an entertaining way, you will learn all the information you need to know about the castle ruin and its previous inhabitants. The Nibelung Exhibition is described in detail and the story of Siegfried and the treasure of the Nibelungs is told.

The children’s version is particularly suitable for 5–12-year-olds and is designed in a very exciting, funny and yet also educational way. 

 

The duration of the audio only is approx. 35 minutes.
Tours are available in German and English.
It is also possible to reserve audio guides for groups.

 

Price: € 1.50 per appliance

The audio tours are available directly from the ticket office!

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