Marble Village Lockheart Castle

A theme park with a genuine castle and a recreated townscape from the European Middle Ages

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Lockheart Castle was originally constructed in Scotland in 1829 before being transported and rebuilt in Japan. You can even try wearing dresses or tuxedos. This is a tourist spot which you can visit from Tokyo on a day trip.
Business Hours
Saturday ( 9:0 AM ~ 5:0 PM )
Sunday ( 9:0 AM ~ 5:0 PM )
Weekdays ( 9:0 AM ~ 5:0 PM )
Adult: 1,000 JPY
Children: 500 JPY

High school and junior high school students: 800 yen
Lock Heart Castle, 5583-1 Takayamamura Agatsuma-gun, Gunma
(0279) 63-2101

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Encounter the lifestyle of Middle Ages European nobility

Marble Village Lockheart Castle is a stone theme park which is basically midway between Ikaho Onsen and Minakami Onsen. Within its grand 100,000㎡ grounds, you will find a stone church, a gallery, shops, restaurants and museums as a townscape from Middle Ages Europe is reproduced. Used as a location by as many as 60 movie and TV productions per year, you will get that feeling of a very extraordinary world within this town. The main feature of Lockheart Castle was built in Scotland in 1829 but transported and restored in Japan in 1993. Along with its exterior, the interior and furnishings have also been faithfully reproduced so that you can get a sense of the lifestyle of the nobility.

The popular princess experience where you can even take a commemorative photo

The princess experience which can be enjoyed by everyone from children to adults has a popular list of over 500 dresses from which a visitor can choose her favourite one and take a commemorative photograph. In addition, there are also activities such as a princess experience for puppies and a workshop in which you can make items such as your own original natural stone bracelet.

A European atmosphere for couples

Marble Village Lockheart Castle has been selected as one of the Top 100 Sacred Grounds for Lovers in Japan and is a popular spot for couples in which a Spring Bell can be rung at a 20m-high point and heart-shaped pictures can be placed in a lovers’ spring. The attractions are endless with features such as a Rolls-Royce which was once used by the late Princess Diana, costume jewelry from the 1920s, a gallery exhibiting wedding dresses from all over the world, and even a collection room showing off 200 teddy bears and over 1100 Santa Clauses.

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