There is a broad variety of tourist highlights in the area. We wish to invite you to visit at least some of them.

A picturesquely located town in the south of the Mazovia Region is famous for its unique topography. Przysucha has three different squares: Polish, German, and Jewish.
Dembińscy Manor House
This Manor House was build in mid 19th century in a beautifully arranged park designed by T. Chrząński.

The former manor house of the Dembińscy family now houses a local museum. It collects materials about the history of Przysucha and showcases the impressive collection of Oskar Kolberg, an ethnographer born in Przysucha.
Parish Church
Built between 1780-1786 and funded by Urszula Dembińska. It is an example of Classicism in architecture.
The synagogue in Przysucha, a town which used to be the centre of Hasidic Judaism in Poland, is one of the most magnificent Jewish places of worship in central Poland.
The Rocks of Przysucha
The Rocks of Przysucha is a picturesque venue in the Przysucha Forest District. It is a 15-m high sandstone rock.
A path will lead us to many places worth seeing, including the Grodzka Hill, “Mysterious Stones”, or the former gamekeeper’s cottage.
The Krakow Hill
An excellent viewing point in Borkowice
A lagoon on the Radomka river with two islands that you can reach by kayak, boat, or a pedal boat. Many sports fields, playgrounds, a skate park for active recreation.
Museum in Chlewiska
The Museum of Metallurgy and Metalworking in former ironworks. Apart from metalworking collections, it has an interesting automotive exhibition. The permanent display presents metalworking machines.
Polyptych Wieniawski
The Saint Catherine Church in Wieniawa erected at around 1511 hosts one of the greatest works of the Renaissance in Europe of 1544.
The oldest place of Saint Mary worship in the region of Radom.



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