Gołuchów Castle Museum

Located in a picturesque park on the river Trzemna, the Goluchow Castle attracts visitiors by its exquisite Renaissance architecture and charming interiors. The buliding was erected in 2nd half of the 16th c. as a property of the Leszczyński family. In the mid-19th century, it became a property of aristocrats Izabela and Jan Działyński. The character of the venue owes much to Izabela, who set up an exquisite collection of art works and converted her residence into a museum.

In 1951, after being robbed during the Second World War, the castle was taken over by the National Museum in Poznan, which is credited with having twice carried out comprehensive conservation work to remove the damage. The new host equipped the castle rooms with its own collections, including magnificent tapestries, Renaissance European paintings, rare pieces of furniture and a collection of artistic crafts. Over time, relics from Izabella Dzialynska's collection have returned to Gołuchów. At present one can see part of the former collection of antique vases, paintings by Polish and West European painters and some furniture from the former furnishings of the castle.

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Located in a picturesque park on the river Trzemna, the Goluchow Castle attracts visitiors by its exquisite Renaissance architecture and charming interiors. The buliding was erected in 2nd half of the 16th c. as a property of the Leszczyński family. In the mid-19th century, it became a property of aristocrats Izabela and Jan Działyński. The character of the venue owes much to Izabela, who set up an exquisite collection of art works and converted her residence into a museum.

In 1951, after being robbed during the Second World War, the castle was taken over by the National Museum in Poznan, which is credited with having twice carried out comprehensive conservation work to remove the damage. The new host equipped the castle rooms with its own collections, including magnificent tapestries, Renaissance European paintings, rare pieces of furniture and a collection of artistic crafts. Over time, relics from Izabella Dzialynska's collection have returned to Gołuchów. At present one can see part of the former collection of antique vases, paintings by Polish and West European painters and some furniture from the former furnishings of the castle.

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