The Haapsalu Bishop’s Castle and Cathedral, which was established in the 13th century as the centre of the Saare-Lääne Diocese, is one of the best preserved castles in Estonia. Visit the museum complex in the convent building where you will find exhibition halls with finds from the castle and mysterious vaulted cellars. Rent an audio guide for tour commentary in six languages.
Interesting facts: * You might encounter Estonia’s most famous ghost – the White Lady. * In the moat, you will find a stylized medieval children’s playground, a large chessboard, archery grounds and clay workshop. * Climb the 38-metre-high bell tower and at noon listen to the carillon that is heard throughout the city. * In the summer, take advantage of the busy events calendar.
Nice place where walk and make a pictures. If you don't like museums you can walk around for free. And there are special place for children's
Different Castele because there was also something for the children. There were some surprises hidden for them.
The castle was still under restoration. The chapel had an astonishing acoustics with an echo of eleven seconds. You could easily grasp the history of the castle from the information tables in...