8 Kolobrzeska, Bydgoszcz, Poland

Manor house in Śmiłów

1 Śmiłów Street, Binkowice, 27-530

Manor house in Śmiłów


The manor house in Śmiłów was built in the second half of the 18th century by Józef Wierciński of the Ślepowron coat of arms, on the site of the 17th century residential tower of the Czyżowski family. In the next century, the manor house was rebuilt twice. Then it was, among others, a four-column porch was added, and numerous outbuildings. After World War II, the property was taken over by the state and used for many different purposes. Years of neglect caused the building to fall into disrepair. The first renovation works were carried out only in the 1980s, thanks to the new owners, Janina and Bogdan Szczerbowski. Currently, the thoroughly restored building is one of the most beautiful landowners' residences in Poland. The Szczerbowski family restored it to its former glory and equipped it in the spirit of bygone eras. The mansion houses the Museum of Court Interiors, where visitors can admire collections of paintings, handicrafts, silverware, fabrics, porcelain from Meissen, Berlin and Copenhagen, as well as knick-knacks from the turn of the 18th and 19th centuries. Each room has a beautifully decorated stove. The living room is decorated with an English piano. During the tour, visitors can see the host's barrel vaulted office, home chapel, dining room, library and patriotic 19th-century rug.

Please note that ITS-Poland works with groups only (10 participants and more).

5.00 €
from 127.00 €