Pszczyna Castle

& Wild Bison Farm

General information

During The Great War Pszczyna  was called “small Berlin”

Here the decisions influencing the fate of the world were made.

The castle in Pszczyna is a unique residence on the European scale with over 70% original, historical furnishings from the turn of the 20th century. The permanent exhibition includes among others an apartment of the Emperor Wilhelm the Second  – the grandson of the British Queen Victoria has chosen Pszczyna for the headquarters for himself and his highest staffs. Here he took numerous guests, such as the Bulgarian Tsar Ferdinand,  Austrian-Hungarian Emperor Charles I, and Enver Pasza  – the actual dictator of Turkey.

In 1995 the Castle in Pszczyna was granted a reward of the Europa Nostra organization with the seat in the Hague for careful reconstruction of the castle’s interior together with the furnishings. As we finish the visit in the castle we would like to invite you for a short walk through the duke’s park and to meet face in face with the European bison and game which occur in the surrounding woods.

Needed information

During the tour you will have a chance to visit all castle with original interiors. In the end of the tour you will have a chance to visit European bison village & park. The whole tour lasts about 5 hours. You will spend around 1,5 hours on the tour with  audioguide then you will have around 1,5 hour for relax in bison village & park.  You are allowed to take photos. After your arrival back in Katowice you will be dropped off at your pick up point.

Booking form

Price list

1 person 550 PLN 141 €
2 persons 250 PLN / person 65 € / person
3 persons 199 PLN / person 51 € / person
4-6 people 170 PLN / person 44 € / person
7 people and more 145 PLN / person 37 € / person

Available languages:

Tour price includes: guide in Polish or foreign language (languages available at each tour), tickets, equipment rental needed for sightseeing, pick up and drop off service, English speaking tour leader, Katowice Map & Guide.

Entrance only with  guide after pre-booking

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