Czocha Castle, Sucha 59-820 Leśna

Every day, there are guides waiting for our guests, ready to lead you through the chambers full of mysteries and history, connected with one another by numerous hidden passages for which Czocha Castle is famous.

The medieval castle contains many secrets carefully hidden by subsequent owners and revealed by present-day explorers. Visiting Czocha Castle with a guide is a vivid history lesson adorned with colourful legends and overheard stories.

The tour begins in the great Knights’ Hall, occasionally serving as a ballroom. Here, our guests take their first steps on their extraordinary tour around the castle, which has been hailed as Polish Hogwarts.

Why Hogwarts? Because it is in this Lower Silesian facility that the world-famous LARPs, Summer School of Magic or magic workshops for schools all take place.

Visitors will look into the beautiful Marble Hall, where their eyes will be caught by wall paintings and a fireplace, in which, according to legend, only a few days old baby was walled up.

The castle also has organised an exhibition of communications equipment used by the Polish army during the time of the Polish People’s Republic and an exhibition of treasures found at the castle during the 2015 renovation.

Guests will have the opportunity to go down to the castle Treasury, the interior of which was guarded by steel and concrete doors, and valuable content has become the object of desire for many people.

The Library Room is certainly impressive, where the books fill the niches located from down at the floor level all the way up to the ceiling. This room is also full of Masonic symbolism, which stirs the imagination of all lovers of adventures and history.

The Portrait Hall is also open for visitors, and on its walls you will see the images of the kings from the Polish Piast dynasty.

The famous Prince’s Chamber, shrouded in legend of a specially placed trapdoor under the marital bed, which dumped sleeping man to the dungeon, arouses great interest.

Visitors will be also able to see the beautiful bathroom adjacent to the Bedroom, the Daughters’ Room of the last owner of the castle and they will have a chance to climb the Lookout Tower, from the top of which there is a beautiful panorama of the surrounding Kwisa River and the nearby forests to be seen.

The majesty of the castle draws particular attention of tourists. Its fabulous ambience is a genuine paradise for photography enthusiasts.

Day tour:

  • h. 10.00 – 18.00
  • h. 10.00 – 20.00 (July – August)

 

Price

Standard tickets

  • Regular ticket - 22 PLN / person
  • Discounted ticket - 16 PLN / person

Discounted tickets apply to children and young people under 15 years old and Disabled people.
*The pricing system does not apply to unscheduled events.

Tour package at a cheaper rate

  • Regular ticket - 36 PLN / person
  • Discounted ticket - 25 PLN / person

Guided tour of the castle
Visiting torture chambers
Visiting the room of curiosities


Discounted tickets apply to children and young people under 15 years old and Disabled people
The cost of outdoor events is not included in the prices

Family tickets

  • 2+2 - 100 PLN / 4 persons
  • 2+3 - 120 PLN / 5 persons

Guided tour of the castle
Visiting torture chambers

”EXTRA” family tickets

  • 2+2 extra - 116 PLN / 4 persons
  • 2+3 extra - 140 PLN / 5 persons

Guided tour of the castle
Visiting torture chambers
Visiting the room of curiosities

Visiting the courtyards

  • Regular ticket - 8 PLN / person
  • Discounted ticket - 6 PLN / person

Unguided tours.