Czartoryski Palace - Pulawy

Czartoryski Palace - Pulawy

Czartoryski Palace - Pulawy
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Dominik Kiezik
Warsaw, Poland4,729 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2022
A historically important place for Poles. It shows how complicated our fate was. The Czartoryski porsperita was rather related to the pro-Russian and pro-imperial option. The mementoes of the first Polish state were collected by them for several years after the complete fall and the partitions. As a man who knows history, I can say that this is a must see place. However, if I were to tell a foreigner that he was to go to Puławy only for this place, I would think twice. The Palace and Puławy + Kazimierz Dolny are great for such a trip, but never without this connection. Anyway, despite the artistry of what has been preserved, I must admit that the Palace is still not very representative inside. Probably there is no money for it and I understand the need. So the rating between 3.8 and 4.2 on Tripadvisor standards is adequate.
Written 8 August 2022
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Marek_ZG
Zielona Gora, Poland1,548 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2019
The Czartoryski Palace with its beautiful park and peacocks is the only place why it is worth visiting Puławy. Without it, Puławy could be deleted from the map of tourist attractions.
Written 7 August 2019
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JC6
11 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2018 • Friends
I went with other newcomers to the palace & grounds. There, an English speaking tour guide (Danka) gave us a lesson in Polish history that I will always remember. She also showed us the grounds and surrounding area (an older part of Pulawy) and I really got a feel for the town I had not yet experienced. Danka was also charming & insightful.

Although the museum itself could use more & livelier exhibits, much of Polish wealth and the display items were taken by or hidden from invaders, which is part of Polish history unfortunately. Still, so much of the history of this museum reflects Poland's history, the parallels are obvious.

I learned a lot. This museum is a must see for anyone visiting or living in Pulawy. It was the first museum in Poland and if I'm not mistaken, the first in Europe.
Written 16 December 2018
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203Gosia
Olsztyn, Poland35 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2018 • Friends
This is a beautiful, huge, well-kept palace. You cannot see a lot inside because there are some institue offices; still, there is an exhibition to see. But outside there is a beautiful garden with a fountain and peacocks walking by - fantastic!
What is really worth visiting, though, is an amazing park behind the palace. It an enormous English style park with various structures, like a Roman house or Sibyl temple. Don't miss the second part of the park which you reach by crossing a bridge over a busy street ( quite unusual ). You will find a Greek house there.
Written 19 September 2018
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luvsunnydayzz
Raleigh, NC2 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2018 • Couples
This place has a racist employee on her staff. She is very rude and ignorant and a terrible bartender.!
Written 22 April 2018
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Madshus
Canberra, Australia1,376 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2017 • Solo
I had no time to go inside, but spent 1.5 hours wandering around the gardens. Lots to discover, peacocks and squirrels, fountains, follies, old chapels, grottos, serpentine paths, and so on. There's a cafe on the river side of the complex.
Written 17 October 2017
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Neuroquest
Silver City, NM122 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2017 • Solo
This would not appear to be a palace from the exterior. Its construction is fairly modern, and it is bright yellow in color. The center area has a large reflective pool with benches on which you can relax and feed one or more of the several peacocks on the grounds.
Written 8 September 2017
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AnnaJC72
Trzebnica, Poland19 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2017
The palace and park complex is quite famous in Poland - the first Polish museum was founded here. Unfortunately that was a long time ago. The most of the palace is a research institute now, there are only a few rooms with the remains of the original exhibits. The architecture is quite impressive and the exhibition worth seeing. There are several other buildings in the park; as I understand it, some of them are open to public but only one every day. So if you want to enter Światynia Sybilli (the original museum) you need to have some luck. We had and it was disappointing - there is nothing there to see except walls and a lady guarding the place against tourists who didn't buy tickets. The park is huge, open to the public and not in a good order. There are no signs which way to go to the historical buildings, no information about them, lots of broken glass in some places. You have to pay for the toilet. All in all, Pulawy council should do something about it , the place has huge potencial and could be one of the most interesting places in the area. Now it's rather sad and forgotten.
Written 15 August 2017
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JanWB55
Durham, UK7 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2016 • Family
One of the reviewers wrote that there is only 1 room to see in the museum. Actually there are extra 2 floors to see with interesting exhibits including a sarcophagus with Copernicus's remains (probably fake). Many artefacts but you need to know a bit of history of Poland to enjoy it.
Written 8 August 2016
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CJTravelerTexas
Texas9,003 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2016 • Friends
I enjoyed my visit to this historic palace located in Pulawy, Poland. In addition to serving as the seat of the National Research Institute, a significant area of this palace serves as a museum. The grounds are impressive. This is a popular place. Persons interested in Polish history and architecture would enjoy visiting this site.
Written 10 June 2016
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