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The Museum of the Polish culture and history occupies the second floor of the castle in Rapperswil and reflects the changeable history of the institution. It certifies centuries old history of the Polish - Swiss relations, the activities of the...more
Schloss | Postfach 1251, Rapperswil 8640, Switzerland
Very nice views to the lake and across town from the top of the castle.
Not much of a historical display.
Visited October 21st, 2018.
Upper level was closed. Not sure what is up there to be seen.
Castle has been restored / maintained in...More
Rapperswil is such a lovely town, especially the rose gardens and the views over the water, but the Polish Museum is not among its treasures. There are a few interesting exhibits but not enough to make a visit worthwhile, unless, of course, you have a...More
Visited the museum in the Rapperswil Castle with my teenaged children who liked it a lot. Actually it occupies a small portion of the Castle, the rest houses a restaurant and wedding halls. The views of the Zurich lake and its banks across the Castle...More
The best historical museum in Switzerland. You can learn from it not only a lot about Polish and Europe's history, but also history of Polish-Swiss relations. You can see beautiful collection of classical paintings. The castle and the town are also very beautiful and worth...More
We turned up there by a coincidence and didn't expect much. We all were (four friends) amazed by this small but very specific museum, which shows in chronological order history of Poland. For someone who is not Polish this museum is a perfect way to...More
being a tourist, without any polish roots or swiss-history-knowledge this museum in Rapperswil at the castle is really a surprise. absolute worth a visit, even for kids, the history is interesting and to me, new.
you need to walk up on top of the castle...More
I am sure the objects presented are very valuable, however the setting conveys a dusty, dull atmosphere. I was missing some fresh air and background information in particular about the relationships between Switzerland (or even Rapperswil?) and Poland, other than personal relationships due to Swiss...More