Lower Silesia has been for years famous for mining activities. To celebrate this heritage we invite you for a trip to three unusual museums. One is devoted to motorisation and shows real gems of history of car industry. What is more, it is located in beautiful Topacz Castle complex. We will also go to Wałbrzych, formerly resort town and later coal and porcelain industry centre, that after all the 20th century changes, shows new face to tourists that want to discover this area. We will sightsee Wałbrzych town centre and visit the Old Coal Mine, modern science and art unit located in the original coal mine and the Porcelain Museum.
Lunch on request
Up to 30 days*
Pick up from your Wrocław hotel/hostel by a coach and our tour guide. Transfer to Topacz Castle. Sightseeing of the castle grounds and a visit in Motorization Museum. Transfer to Wałbrzych, stroll in the town's centre with entrance to Porcelain Museum. Possible lunch break and shopping time. Entrance to the “Former Mine” Science and Art Centre, sightseeing with a guide. Return to Wrocław.
Topacz Castle and located next to the castle – Motorization Museum is in Lower Silesia region. The castle is located only 10 km from Wrocław (around 20 minutes drive). At present it is 4 star hotel and conference centre with 54 rooms and 4 conference & banquet rooms for approximately 400 people. Around the castle there is 50- hectare recreation area adjusted to organize mass events and picnics. The biggest attraction is of course Motorization Museum, where tourists can go back to the 30s of the 20th century and admir...
Automobile Museum Topacz (Polish: Topacz Muzeum Motoryzacji) is located in the village of Ślęża, near Wrocław. The museum is located in the premises of Zamek Topacz Hotel & Spa. The exhibition presents about 200 historic, original vehicles - cars and motorcycles. Visitors will see Polish unique pre-war vehicles, such as Fiat 508, Sokół 1000, 600 and 200, lightweight motorcycles such as MOJ, Perkun, Wul-Gum, Tornedo, SHL 98, or Podkowa. Cars from the period of People’s Republic of Poland: Mikrus, Syrena 100, Warszawa...
Former Mine Science and Art Centre in Wałbrzych is the biggest post-industrial tourist attraction in Poland, located in the former bituminous coal mine. The 2014 revitalization of the biggest mine located in Wałbrzych which at the height of its activity employed several thousand workers allowed for the creation of an exceptional object among tourist attractions in Poland. Currently, it covers the area of 4.5 hectares of historic post-industrial objects with authentic equipment, such as a machine park which has been s...
Tour guide, museum guides, driver
Topacz Motorization Museum, Porcelain Museum, Former Mine Science and Art Centre.
Your hotel/hostel in Wrocław
Your hotel/hostel in Wrocław
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Yes, it is possible. In such combination we suggest shortening time in Wałbrzych town and include former mine only.
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