In the farmyard of Vianden Castle, the National Monuments and Sites Service has set up an Information Centre, which houses a permanent exhibition on the history of the site, its development and the many phases of construction and deconstruction of the castle. The Lords of Vianden have their place there, as well as the tools needed to create one of the most impressive buildings in our region. Ten stations long, suspended above archaeological remains and following the old parapet walk, the visitor is led to a large audiovisual projection, the end point of this new didactic space.