Zamek w Oporowie

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Museum – Castle in Oporów is closed for refurbishment from 7.08.2014 to 31.12.2014


The castle in Oporów,
a late-gothic defensive residence of knights, is one of the rare medieval residences preserved in Poland. Raised in the second half of the fifteenth century by archbishop Władysław Oporowski, the castle constitutes large land properties belonging to the kin of the Oporowski family with Sulima as a coat of arms.


The building is surrounded by the scenic park dated from about 1840 with two pavilions from the nineteenth century – the neo-gothic house and the Swiss house. Marks of the renaissance park are visible on the park’s plan.
The castle and park complex has been holding a museum with the exhibition of manor-house interiors since 1949. The collections present the paintings, sculptures and artistic handicrafts from the sixteenth century to the beginning of the twentieth century.