The reconstructed manor house from the 18th century is now a museum storing copies of documents, portraits, decorative fabrics, musical instruments and period-style furniture.
You might find the new interior design somewhat surprising though. Furniture that once filled the rooms was abandoned in favor of a modest exhibition showing the history of Zelazowa Wola as a place commemorating the great composer. The park, on the other hand, is beautiful and well-preserved. The music of Frederic Chopin is heard among the trees in the park’s every corner.
Each year in the spring and summer season, Zelazowa Wola hosts Sunday open-air piano concerts.
In the nearby Brochow, there is a parish church where the parents of Frederic Chopin were married, and he himself baptized.
- Suggested departure time: 10:00 am
- Tour duration: 4 hours
- Sightseeing available in English, Russian, German, Italian, French and Spanish
- The price per trip * applies to the cost per person and is given in Polish zlotys
- Possibility to pay in foreign currency (€, £, $) at the current NBP exchange rate
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- Admission tickets to the Museum and the Park
- high-class car ride with an English-speaking driver
- water for the passengers
- In-car Wi-Fi
- passenger insurance
- For groups larger than 6 people, the service is priced individually
*THE PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDES:
- care of an English-speaking guide is an additional cost of 300 PLN. Tours are also available in Russian, German, Italian, French and Spanish on request and for an additional fee of 100 PLN.
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Malbork – in the footsteps of the Teutonic Order
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