The Castle Museum in Pszczyna

We visited this small castle in Poland. It had some amazing interiors including a fantastic armory.  It was built-in first half of the 15th century. It was home to the owners of the Tyskie brewing empire in the 18th century. It was used as a hospital by the red army during WW2. The red army left its interiors intact thankfully. Its is now a museum and it should be noted that about 80% of original furnishing of the interiors from the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries are in the Museum.  The Pszczyna Castle is well worth a view.

The Castle Museum in Pszczyna

A soldier guarding the castle

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Father, Husband, Travel Planner, Savings Expert, Beer Connoisseur, Photographer, Social Media Tragic, Castle and UNESCO Seeker.

A full-time worker in Disability support and part time traveller when time, money and kids schooling allow.

Next up for Wyld Family Travel is 10 weeks in Europe from November 2016 till January 2017. We will be visiting Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, France, Poland, Iceland, Denmark, Croatia, Montenegro and Serbia
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