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Thann, Alsace - Eye of the Witch

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We will be passing through Thann later this year (by car) and we fancy stopping to explore the Eye of the Witch, part of the ruins of Chateau l'Engelbourg. I'm getting conflicting information on various websites. Some say there are all sorts of walking tracks in the area from which the Eye of the Witch can be reached, implying that access is free. Another website says it requires prior booking and costs 20 euros per adult! The implication on that website is that the Eye of the Witch is in a big adventure park, and the admission fee is to the whole park and castle.

Has anyone visited this attraction? Can the Eye of the Witch be accessed separately from the park and castle? We're not greatly interested in adventure parks, but the Eye of the Witch ruin itself looks like it would make for a pleasant rural walk.

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