Centrum Edukacji i Promocji Regionu w Szymbarku

Centrum Edukacji i Promocji Regionu w Szymbarku

Centrum Edukacji i Promocji Regionu w Szymbarku
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izabel20182018
Slupsk, Poland15 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2022 • Family
I’m totally disappointed with the cafe and reastaurant offer. The food is of poor quality, the prices are much too high ( 18 pln for tomato soup, 19 oln for żurek, 18 pln for zapiekanka), not to mention the fact that the food is given to clients by the same woman who touches the money ( basic hygiene standards) , and the wooden spoons are practically flat. There is nothing typically kaszubian to eat , unless one considers chips or zapiekanka to be a typical kaszubian dish. It’s a real shame that a place that is meant to promote Kaszuby completely forgot about Kaszubian kitchen.
Written 7 August 2022
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Ewa S
2 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2021 • Family
Thia plaxe is basicly big market without any valuble atractions. The entrance is paid and almast all atractions inside are paid additionaly. There are almost no informations of the culture and history of the kaszuby. The information about additional costs inside the centrum are hidden and not expalined suitable on entrance. The guide is avaiable just from 1 pm once for each 1.5 hour. The atractions inside are basicaly typical for any tape street festival you will find anywhere therfore is pointless to go here and paid adssitional money just to do it (for even more money). I strongly advised against this place.
Written 15 July 2021
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Barbara S
Krakow, Poland1,886 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2020
It's quite expensive when you compare the place with other attractions of this type. They do not offer any discounts for seniors. They sell self made beer as there is a brewery onsite. The bottle itself is a nice souvenir as it describes some historic events.
Written 30 October 2020
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112HermanK
Hermanus98 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2019 • Family
What a wide variety of information and activities including the longest plank in the world (Guinness book of records), an upside down house and a train that transported hundreds of thousands of Polish prisoners thousands of kilometers to Siberia. One of our most memorable visits to the Kashubian region of Poland.
Written 25 August 2019
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Mirella S
Roosendaal, The Netherlands15 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2019
The museum consists of several buildings in spacious and green surroundings. Top attraction is the house that is upside down. Do go inside, it's quite an experience. Another impressive part is the train and Goelag camp house, which tells the story of the transports of people to Siberia. The park is well maintained and nice to walk through (neat and tidy). We ate at the local restaurant, which was really good, although we had some trouble with ordering as our waitress didn't speak any language besides Polish. Fish soup there was the best I ate in Poland this holiday. It is a family destination, there are several things to do for children but it is still very interesting for adults.
Written 15 August 2019
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piotrgrodecki
Krakow, Poland175 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2019 • Family
Light mish-mash. The originators probably did not know exactly what to focus on. It's hard to call this place the center of Kashubian culture because we do not learn anything about those. Yes, mostly people do not care more than just to spot the house upside down (empty house let me add), still it could all do better than that. The most interesting part of the exhibition is the unique Siberian hut with wagons. The rest like the Cottage of Kaszub from Canada, the shelter of rebeliants from Gryf squadron who tried to assasinate Hitler or the largest piano or the longest Guiness record board along with the brewery (not good at all - yeast only) and the hotel with the sawmill - fence to fence (lol) does not create a coherent whole. There is alsaw a
rope park and museum of fairy tales (mish mash i said)... :) The history of the tragic fate of Poles in Siberia is the most remarkable here and the most coherent and exhaustive exhibition. Frankly not really in concern with Kashubians. If you want to get some knowlage about the region or Kashubians, better go to a local bar couse this one got barely in common (apart from the song from elementary school sung by the guide). The place is not well translated. There is planty of places where there is no translation in english at all and even in POLISH, lol!
Prices: 24PLN for an adult and the kid from 7 up...5PLN for a parking.
rope park and museum of fairy talesfully there is ATM. CASH ONLY...Time: 2h-3h is far enough.
Written 16 July 2019
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