Gediminas' Castle is a 13th century castle located in Vilnius, Lithuania. It was originally built in wood. However, after a fire in 1419, the castle was reconstructed using more stronger materials.
During the early 1600s, the castle was used for imprisoning disobedient ruling class members. The castle's exposition exhibits reconstructed Vilnius castle models that belonged to the 14th and early 17th century. The castle's towers house several other bits of its history. Not to mention, the towers have observation docks that offer the best view to truly appreciate a splendid panorama of Vilnius.
Also, a funicular railway began operations in 2003 that took people from Gediminas Hill's foot to its top.