Since 1954, valuable preserved museum objects placed in the castle are available to visitors. The museum objects date from the period from the 15th to the 19thcentury and are placed in the rooms that form the preserved original interior units. The Knights and the Hunting Hall, the Music Salon, the Dining Room and the Painting Studio of Juliana Erdödy Drašković stand out in particular. There are several significant collections of: furniture – important for the comprehension of original historic interiors of the second half of the 19th century; paintings – an interesting gallery of family portraits; weapons – valuable models of firearms and cold weapons; photography – members of the Drašković family as pioneers of photography, books – placed in the castle library. Museum objects are exposed at four levels: at low and high ground, and at the first and second floor. Almost all the rooms of the castle are available for visits, from representative residential to auxiliary rooms, giving the visitors a closer look at the way of life of the Croatian nobility through a pleasant walk.