The view of the castle from the Baroque gardens, with a closer view of the fancy scroll work in the box-tree monograms. 65,000 box plants were used to make the monograms, which belong to the four monarchs under whose reign the gardens have existed
The chapel, one of the few parts of the castle to survive the 1859 fire, displays the original building’s ornate decor. Concerts are still held in the chapel to this day, and it may even be used for wedding ceremonies (as it was the day we visited).
Paintings from the Museum of National History cover every inch of wall in this castle bedroom