Maintaining the attention of the little ones arriving to see an exhibit with their families and teaching them in an entertaining way is a huge challenge, which we have addressed by employing interactive tools for several age groups, placed in the exhibition space.

On entry, visitors can also select a character from a list of six alternatives, which includes a little boy and a girl. The exhibition’s interactive features deliver content of interest to the selected character in each room. Thus, visitors can even take a tour of the palace through the eyes of the children who once lived here.

A playground in the Palace Park that reflects the former residents’ lives and interests, such as an aeroplane, exotic animals, and a doll’s house, is accessible for use by children.

Furthermore, worksheets (which are given free of charge – upon request – to child visitors in addition to the entrance ticket) related to the exhibitions serve the same purpose.