List of facilities and places in the neighbourhood
  • Cultural Heritage
    Pszczyna
    Pszczyna is an old town founded as a settlement next to the Piast stronghold. The medieval origins are reflected in the layout of the town center characteristic for the contemporary ways of building towns. The heart of the town is the market square surrounded with the neo -Baroque town hall, the Evangelical church and houses of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, which is regarded the most beautiful in Silesia. The gridiron plan is enclosed by defense walls. The regularity is only disturbed by the palace and park complex adjacent to the town.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Pszczyna
    The church of All Saints is the oldest shrine in Pszczyna. It was mentioned for the first time in the first half of the fourteenth century. It served solely for the residents of Pszczyna. The residents of the surrounding villages attended the church of Saint Hedwig. The current late Baroque edifice of the church results from the reconstruction carried out in the eighteenth century. Inside, the most valuable monument is the miraculous image of Our Lady of Pszczyna.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Pszczyna
    Castle in Pszczyna, which probably dates back to the eleventh century, is now a Baroque residence, whose shape is the result of several reconstructions made in the following centuries. It is one of the most valuable monuments of this kind in Poland, which is additionally reinforced by the fact that its original furnishings have been preserved to this day. For years, after the war, the castle has been a museum with some interesting collections – including, amongothers, militaria and miniatures.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Pszczyna
    The Stables of the Prince of Pless are one of the many attractions of the town, which after a complete renovation has regained luster in the twenty-first century. The complex of buildings consisting of proper stables, a coach house, garages and a riding school is located slightly northeast of the palace. These facilities were built (mostly) the historizing styles in the second half of the nineteenth century. Unfortunately, the building of riding arena was "modernized" in the communist era, when it was adapted to a sports hall.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Pszczyna
    "Piastowska Street is the main promenade in Pszczyna. It is mostly lined with buildings from the nineteenth and twentieth century. However, the most conspicuous house is a small tenement, roofed with shingles. It was built in the eighteenth century and now houses an extraordinary institution – the Wojciech Korfanty Museum of the Silesian Press. It collects Silesian prints, antique printing machinery and equipment. The museum recreates Wojciech Korfanty’s editorial office. On the first floor, “the Chamber of Telemann” can be found."
  • Cultural Heritage
    Pszczyna
    Pszczyna belongs to the most beautiful towns in Silesia. In addition to the spectacular palace and its magnificent market square, there are extensive parks within the town. The castle park is directly adjacent to the palace. It was established as an English-style landscape park in the nineteenth century. Green spaces are dotted with lakes and canals. Old trees provide shade, and rhododendrons intoxicate with their scent. The park is scattered with numerous monuments of landscape architecture.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Pszczyna
    "Paleya" (from the French word “palais”meaning “palace”), as it is called in Pszczyna, is a historic building of the former Duke's Estates Directorate-General. The building was erected in the northern neoGothic style, at the beginning of the last century. During the First World War, the headquarters of the supreme command of the German imperial army was set up in the building. German Emperor Wilhelm II accompanied by, among others, Marshal Paul von Hindenburg and General Erich von Ludendorff often visited the headquarters.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Pszczyna
    The Water Tower in Kilińskiego Street in Pless is certainly the most modern and most spectacular monument in the town. The modernized construction looks particularly interesting, when illuminated at night. It was built between 1927 and 1928 as part of the municipal water supply, and its reinforced concrete structure was made by the famous company of the brothers Gryczów. In 2010, a restaurant in the steampunk style was opened in the tower. It is a real find for fans of science fiction.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Pszczyna
    The building of the District Court in Pszczyna, which stands at k. bp. Bogedaina St, to the south of the Market Square, belongs to the most impressive, historic edifices in the town. It was erected  for the royal court at the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries in the style which refers to the Dutch Renaissance . In the vicinity of the couthouse there is an austere building of an old prison, which today houses a hotel of the Polish Tourist and Sightseeing Society.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Pszczyna
    One of the attractions of the Historic Park of Pszczyna is the Open-Air Museum - „Croft of the Region of Pszczyna” („Zagroda Wsi Pszczyńskiej”). The museum displays wooden constructions which are exemplary of the timber architecture of the region. Most of them come from the nineteenth century. The open air museum was established in 1975 and in the following years it was gradually being expanded. Currently, there are a dozen objects here. In addition to sightseeing, we can also taste regional dishes in the inn, which is housed in the historic mill. The open air museum is located on the Wooden Architecture Trail of the Silesia province.