Visit the rear castle to find out how the Habsburgs lived in their ancestral seat, what was on the menu and how the water supply worked. The permanent exhibition offers an insight into the history of its construction and everyday life in the Middle Ages.
In the tower of the rear castle at Habsburg is a small exhibition on the buildings' construction and settlement history. A three-dimensional model as well as text and picture panels illustrate the structural development of Habsburg Castle. Objects and illustrations give an insight into everyday life in the castle, covering topics such as food, water supply and living conditions.
Spread around the castle grounds there are also nine panels with information and sketches on the construction history, with interesting facts about individual buildings and phases in the castle's expansion.
Admission: Entrance free