Muzeum Pomorza Środkowego w Słupsku, Slupsk
(4.4/5 based on 35 reviews on the web)
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  • I was passing through but I found a little time to explore. Interesting places (main building), the Pomeranian Dukes ' Castle and St. Mary's Church.
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  • You need to be sure to find time to visit the Pomeranian Dukes ' Castle, interesting, too, are other objects of the Museum: the Castle mill granary, with a tea house, mill gate, Manor House and a branch in Swołowie-objects of folk culture of Plaid (just 16 km from Słupsk) and Klukach (village słowińska 40 km). The most important rooms in the Castle are permanent expositions related to the history of Pomerania (free admission on Saturdays). But rarity is the world's largest collection of works by Witkacy. More than one hundred portraits, but also drawings, oils, a collection of books about the artist. Stunning feast for connoisseurs of pure form and witkiewiczowskich products Company Portrait. As the castle is worth the climb to the Tower (a separate gift card unfortunately) and have a look at the panoramic view of the city.
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  • Friendly staff, we were allowed to go into the visitors room. The exhibition includes three Sakorpharge and numerous pieces of jewelry. The witches Tower is just a few metres away, it is also worth a visit.
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  • Na Witkacego zawsze warto iść :)
  • The exhibition of the works of Witkacy I really liked it, plus is definitely additional cards at the beginning of the exhibition, with explanations. The remaining floors for the Slupsk are maybe a little less exciting, but still interesting. In the reception of mind light chaos for descriptions of exhibits. The ladies hosting all exposures could do with a little smile (I work like one and I know that's not always possible to be smiling, but it can be a nice treat visitors)
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  • Very interesting exhibitions. Recommend
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  • Cheap ticket, is something to watch, Christmas free entry. The only thing that is annoying is the fact that all the time walking around behind you the Museum staff, so even if I had to escape with a 4-foot image of a leaping the stairs to the bottom.
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  • Well organized unique exhibits presented professionally and a collection of portraits by Witkacy breathtaking I recommend
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