Where: Torhout, Belgium
Start of construction: 11th Century
End of construction: 1837-1852 and 1877
Most important renovation: 19th Century
Accessible: yes, but limited
Current appearance arose after renovation in 1877. The north wing of the castle dates from the 15th century and is still used as a house. The south wing from 1877 contains a museum and is open to the public, albeit limited.