The main visitors`route leads from the castle chapel of the Birth of the Virgin Mary, with its rich stucco decoration and epic cycle of the Passion. After leading through the garden, guests are acquainted with the history of the building, founded on swampy terrain. The ground floor of the villa still contains frescos with hunting motifs, painted by George Widman og Braunschweig. The upper floor of the villa was decorated by the stucco artist Antonio Melana, who created rich figural compositions with scenes from Roman history, Titus Livius. The newly installed exhibition focuses on the residence of the last two Rožmberk rulers and their Eggenberg successors.
The tour itself is formed by a stroll through the castle garden with a possible visit to the corral-house Markéta, housing a gallery with a sweets-shop nearby. The garden is repaired in Renaissance style, and in the rear section of the garden are geometrically shaped beds of healing herbs and decorative flowers.