The inhabitants of the castle were connected to the outside world by two drawbridges over a defensive moat. On the outside, an artificial hill known as Lipnik rose to the level of the entrance openings. Two openings in the wall have been preserved, the larger of which was for horses and carriages while the smaller one was for people. Various embrasures are visible, as the fortress was adapted to modern weapons. The upper level was the residence of the keeper of the castle, who administered the castle buildings.
Today, the renovated tower does not have an upper floor and has an open loft. It is dedicated to exhibitions, smaller concerts and theatrical performances.