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Cultural Centre "Teutonic castle"

Przedzamcze 3, Torun 87-100, Poland
+48 56 621 08 89
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Przedzamcze 3, Torun 87-100, Poland
+48 56 621 08 89
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Reviewed October 10, 2017

The castle is larger than it first appears. There are "underground" rooms, as well as an upstairs gallery over the road into a further room. The history of the castle and its Knights is relayed in a video underground (Polish with English sub titles). Some...More

Thank scipio777
Reviewed August 30, 2017

Not much of the castle remaining but interestingly history. There is a cost to enter which is a bit high but if you want the history and experience then you must pay. You do not need a long visit here so it can be fitted...More

Thank char5656
Reviewed April 13, 2017

Although much of the castle is in ruins, there are some really well-preserved parts, including a bridge and a tower. Make sure you view the underground chambers which are fascinating, and the entrances to which can be missed. Kids will love it.

Thank 01Sanddancer
Reviewed April 10, 2017 via mobile

This palace is also a museum that provides good info of history and related information. The underground room is a bit spooky but nice to see.

1  Thank scalopages
Reviewed February 4, 2017

This 13th century castle, though demolished in large part by the townsfolk of Torun in 1454, is an informative and engaging ruin suitable for all ages. It was a small castle, garrisoned by a few knights yet impressive enough to evidence the power of the...More

Thank sean c
Reviewed December 29, 2016

There was a medieval kind of theater when i visited so i stopped and watched it. it was well done and it was very nice landscape since it was right in the middle of the castle. worth visiting but if it hadn't been the theater...More

Thank andre0liveira
Reviewed October 20, 2016

These ruins are probably of more interest if you just came from Malbork castle since they housed the Teutonic knights before they were evicted and went on to build Malbork. Not too much left.

Thank revilorc
Reviewed August 20, 2016

There is'nt much left of what was a powerful fortress of the Teutonic knights. It requires a lot of imagination to figure out what it used to be.

Thank Bernard B
Reviewed August 17, 2016

Fascinating contrast to the vast and heavily restored castle of the Teutonic knights at Malbork. A magical little ruined castle - the stones that are there to walk among and touch are the actual medieval ones - not 20c ones replacing 19c ones replacing the...More

2  Thank galloping_grannie
Reviewed July 24, 2016 via mobile

Not that kind of quickie ;) the castle will probably take you under 30 min. If you want to really get into the feel, you can shoot some arrows at an additional cost of 15 zl. If you're in torun, this place is a must-...More

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