We drew the above
floorplan of the castle using an original blueprint of
Castle Dracula that was sent to us by Eric Princz. We also
consulted with Angelo Nickels to assist with accuracy.
Although the walk-through part of the castle was on one
floor, you would go partially up into the second floor after going
through the Maze. You would then travel over the Prison Corridor
and come back down to the first floor and into the Seance Room.
Entrance Hall was the most impressive of all the rooms because the
ceiling went all the way up to the top of the second floor. This
was the only room that let you feel the full size of the
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labels highlighted in yellow to see pictures from that area, or click on one of the
areas listed below.
the 23 years of Castle Dracula's existence, several of the rooms changed
in concept and design. Most notably, the execution room was originally
the sacrifice room and the crush room was originally the mirror
room. Also, there was a room known as the rat room in which live
rats were kept under a Plexiglas floor. Some of these original
concepts can be seen in several photos from Castle Dracula's first
season sent to us by Donal O'Hanlon. Click on the photo below to
see these rare pictures.