The collection includes paintings of landscapes, religious scenes and portraits of eminent figures from Trentino history produced by Giovanni Battista Lampi, a famous portrait artist who worked in the most important European courts in the second half of the 18th century. The castle also has a notable collection of bells produced between the 14th and 18th centuries, objects in wrought iron and painted and engraved wood, including elegant marriage chests and finely decorated furniture, copper utensils, ceramic tiled stoves, keys and locks, arms and timepieces.
The rooms of the Edificio Nuovo contain a fascinating archaeological display which documents the settlements in the region between prehistoric times and the Roman period, featuring items discovered during excavations of the site of the lake dwellings in Fiavè (Bronze Age), from the settlement of Vigo Lomaso (1st century BC to the Roman period) and from the Stenico burial mound (Bronze Age to Iron Age).
Rowering at the top of the hill in Stenico dominates the entire valley. The castle can be visited all the year and often hosts art exhibitions and musical events.
Closed on Mondays, December 25th and January 1st. When it is closed, it is possible to enter the Castel Stenico upon written request to firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone +39 0461 492811 within the previous 48 hours.