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A number of us visited on June 25. We tour the facility, noting the longest sawed board. Also a number of early polish houses from Siberia and Canada, constructed during the early migration or transport by Russia.
We sampled the beer from their brewery. Six...More
We knew that Szymbark had an impressive range of wooden houses and the longest plank cut from a tree, but the Siberian exhibition with transport train and mock ups of Siberian prisoner accommodation were unexpected. My daughter wished she could have had longer to read...More
The upside down house is an interesting tourist attraction in the Szymbark Park, Szymbark, Poland. But the rest of the extensive park is historical, educational, and entertaining, centered around the life, culture, and people of the Kashubian region of Poland. This seemingly little known park...More
Paid 500zl for the tour from Gdańsk. Takes about 45 min to get there. The house itself is interesting and fun to go in but that’s it. It’s located in a family park for locals. Not somewhere I would rate as a tourist visiting Poland....More
We took a group of friends here as part of a magical mystery tour of the region. A cold and sleety day did nothing to dampen their enthusiasm. The upside down house was a bit of a seen-it-done-it attraction, but most of our friends were...More
Its not so bad because there are a lot of other things to do in the park. When I was there, there was a really interesting historical display about the WWII Polish political prisoners in Russia.
So yes, its a house. Yes, its upside down....More
We visited on a chilly October morning and some of the attractions were not open because it was out of season. Nevertheless there is plenty to see and do. Main attraction is of course the upside down house which was great. There is also a...More