Inside the complex, most of the rooms are adorned with wood-paneled walls and beautiful cockle stoves.
The "Südtiroler Burgeninstitut" (South Tyrolean Castle Association) preserves Taufers Castle as a special witness of the history of the land. In the last three decades, the Association was able to undertake several restoration and conservation projects. This has allowed many more areas of the medieval castle to be open to visitors. And with its own bar in Taufers' courtyard and with various exhibitions and events, the Association aims to motivate the holiday guest as well as locals of the valley to come again.
The particular homey character of the feudal Taufers Castle astonishes around 75,000 visitors every year. Children enjoy the Chamber of Armoury, art admirers the frescoes in the chapel painted by the Tyrolean Michael Pacher (abt 1435-1498), and romantics the appealing medieval atmosphere.