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When in the Ciechanow area of Poland, a stop at the castle, dating back to the 14th century, is worth the time. The castle is within easy walking distance of the center of the city and there is plenty of parking available.
Nice, renovated castle.
As I was said, not very popular among locals, although they really try to activate local community.
Partly interactive with many additional displays.
Not for toddlers (too many high stairs), but should be more interesting for a little bit older children.
This castle is full of history, especially WWII. Read up on in before you go. There is a fun interactive area and for young kids and adults, there are some fun games and their is a screen to send emails to place you in the...More
I am the kind of person that enjoy things the way they were years ago, in their original state (at least when possible). This castle is not like that. Is been remodeled and transformed into a museum. I visited the castle the first week of...More
Compare to Malbork Fortress - Ciechanów castel is trifling and infinitesimal. There is nothing inside, external walls and keeps only. Not only. It is the small museum room and multimedia presentation inside too. Ciechanów castel interior is under reconstruction and revitalisation and I hope it...More
Located 95 km north of Warsaw, the medieval Castle of the Dukes of Mazovia (Zamek Książąt Mazowieckich) sits in the center of the small burb of Ciechanów. You can’t miss this 15th century castle, built on the order of Duke Janusz I, on the edge...More