The castle is today one of the few buildings in Croatia with preserved building materials, historically tied to the architectural frame and life of its owners.
The permanent exhibition is displayed ambiently, in its original function. It presents the life of the Croatian nobility through the history of Trakošćan and the Drašković family.
The items date back to the period between the 15th and the 19th century and are arranged in the rooms creating an interior whole. The exhibition includes all the rooms in the castle, from the residential to the technological (the kitchen), and the castle is set up from four levels: low and high ground floor and the first and the second floor.
Trakošćan is one of the rare buildings in Croatia that has completely preserved building materials historically tied to the architectural frame and the life of its owners- the Drašković family. The museum owns valuable museum material from the period from the Renaissance to the Historicism, divided into several collections: a gun collection, a paintings and graphics collection, a furniture collection, a book collection and a photo collection.
Summer ( 1 April- 31 October) 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Winter (1 November- 31 March) 9 a.m.- 4 p.m.
The museum is open daily, including weekends and holidays.
1. The park- /
2. The park + the castle
- Grown-ups: 40 kn
- Students (under 18): 20 kn
3. Guided tour (by appointment)- 200 kn per group
4. Children under 7 years of age: no charge for the entrance into the park and the castle.