Originally, the Gothic castle was successively expanded by its Lords. The first castle was based on a square plan with a 23-meter high defensive tower. The next Lord led the expansion in the east and west directions, adding wings, fulfilling not only defensive functions, but also increasing the living space of the expanding prince's court.

Until the 1930s, the castle was deteriorating. It wasn't until 1929 that adaptation work began to prepare the building for the function of a museum. Renovation and minor reconstruction were carried out without consulting historians and archaeological research. Only after World War II, which did not reflect its mark on the walls, a proper renovation was carried out with the help of archaeologists and conservators of monuments.

At the Museum tourists can see the monuments of Pomeranian folk art, antique wooden sculptures, the knight's hall has an exhibition of sacred art, there is also a place for the art of contemporary artists. Remember not to pay attention to exhibits only. The castle itself is an invaluable monument, and the restored rooms can move us into the atmosphere of the Middle Ages.

Opening days and hours:
January 1 - April 30 and October 1 - December 31
Wednesday - Sunday
from 10.00 to 16.00
ticket office open until 15.00

April 29 - June 30 and September 1 - September 30
Monday - Sunday
from 10.00 to 16.00
ticket office open until 15.00

July 1 - August 31
Monday - Sunday
from 10.00 to 18.00
ticket office open until 17.00