In the Big Palace the placing of the rooms and some of the fireplaces were reconstructed, and old water closets were found. The first floor of the Palace was opened in 2009. The collection of old furniture and paintings — the old copies of European masters — are exhibited here now.
In the entrance hall the collection of hunting trophies is presented.
The large Hall of the Palace is of great interest. Here, the interior of the Throne Hall is presented. Except the Throne itself, there are the portraits of the European monarchs of the epoch and old furniture of that time, too. The fireplace —the copy of the French fireplace of XVII c. also decorates the hall.
The Halls #6, 7 and 8 are worth seeing, too. The visitors can see the interiors typical for the man's and woman's bedrooms of the XIX c.
The museum exposition of the castle history is placed on the ground floor of the Big Palace. The castle chapel with the oldest local icon of St. Nicholas (XVII c.) is located here, too.
In the Royal treasure house the private collection of regalia of knights' orders is represented.