Access to the innermost part of the castle was protected by the gateway with adjacent bailey, a high wall and the castle keep, the main tower of the castle. Within this area were the buildings for the Duke and his family, and for the court. Located in the main building, the so-called Palas, were the state rooms, and the apartments of the ladies of the court.
The Knights’ Hall (Dürnitz) building takes its name from the heated hall on the first floor (Dürnitz Hall), in which the Duke’s retinue dined. The treasures of the “Rich Dukes” of Bavaria-Landshut were stored in the treasury. The inner castle chapel (St Elisabeth) was directly accessible from the apartments of the ducal family in the main living quarters. The small garden on the terrace was presumably a pleasure garden.
 Palas – Castle Museum and Burghausen State Gallery
 Bower – Burghausen Municipal Museum
 Lower ward
 Inner castle chapel (St Elisabeth)
 Knights’ Hall – Visitors’ centre
 Upper ward
 Castle keep
 Protective wall
 Small garden on the terrace
 Gateway building to the
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