May 21-22 2013
University of Rzeszow

May 21-22 2013
University of Rzeszow

May 21-22 2013
University of Rzeszow

May 21-22 2013
University of Rzeszow

May 21-22 2013
University of Rzeszow

May 21-22 2013
University of Rzeszow

Free Time Activities

The Castle Museum in Lancut

The Castle in Lancut is one of the biggest and most astonishing aristocratic residences in Poland. It was turned into a museum with the exposition of about eighty rooms. A beautiful 30-hectare park stretches around the castle. There is also an Orchid House. The International Music Festival will held in the Castle’s interiors in May 18-25, 2013. See more at www.zamek-lancut.pl.

The Province Museum of Observants in Lezajsk

The museum is located in the historical monastery complex consisting of late Renaissance basilica built in 1618-1628 and a fortified monastery. There are collections of  paintings, sculptures and handicrafts. Read more at www.lezajsk.bernardyni.pl.  

The Folk Museum in Kolbuszowa

The open-air ethnographic museum is situated among fields, forests and lakes. The museum shows about 50 wooden building, 18th to 20th centuries, which are characteristic of the material culture of the two ethnic groups, Rzeszowiak people and Lasowiak people. See more detail at http://www.muzeum.kolbuszowa.pl/.

The Museum of the City of Rzeszow

The Museum is located in the former Piarist monastery erected in 1644-1649. Precious baroque polychromes have been preserved in the interior. Permanent museum exhibitions include the Gallery of Polish Painting other Dambki’s Gallery. Other departments are the F. Kotula Ethnographic Museum and the Historical Museum of the City of Rzeszow at the Market Square. More details are at http://www.muzeum.rzeszow.pl/.

Sanok Open-Air Ethnographic Museum

Sanok Open-Air Ethnographic Museum is the biggest in Poland today. It is one of the most beautiful in Europe due to its picturesque location on the banks of river San. The 38-hectare ethnographic park contains over 100 historical agricultural wooden buildings. read more at www.skansen.sanok.pl.