Fairyland is located in the cellarage of the Klášterec-based castle. Here you can find Vítězslava Klimtová’s elves and puppets of the Matěj Kopecký family. In a fairy and a bit scary basement you will find 125 elves and 131 puppets. The oldest puppet of the Kopecký family is the devil Mephistopheles that is more than 200 years old. There is Dráček Dobráček (good-hearted dragon) living among the elves, which is good and no one needs to fear him. He does not eat princesses or meat, but fruit and vegetables. He cares about the elves that live with him and work for him and in return he gives them heat to their tiny houses. Little Dráček Dobráček sleeps in the fairyland, but it is possible to wake him up by a song or poem.
In another part of the fairyland you can see the water world, hell and the forest world. A big attraction is an elfish water mill. When you throw a coin in it and make a wish, your wish will come true.
The tour includes a rise on the castle tower, where you can see an exposition "Bylo nebylo" on the subject of the legends of the Northwest Bohemia.
Did you know that the violin virtuoso Jaroslav Svěcený christened little Vrzal Zámecký to help the elf be happy?