Romantic walks along anchanting alleys of the town park, spiritual calming down while walking the paths of Wejherowo Calvary, a cup of coffee in one f many garden cafés on the market squre, with the view at the sunlit Town Hall tower - this is what Wejherowo offers you for starters. But there is also the Przebendowskis and Keyserlingks palace where nowadays he Kashubian and Pomeranian Writing and Music Museum is located.
The Calvary of Wejherowo was the fourth Calvary founded in the Noble's Polish Republic, times right after the Zebrzydowska's, Pakoska's and Zmudzinska's Calvaries. The main founder and initiator of its creation was voivode of Malbork Jakub Wejher.
Wejher started the efforts for the permission of church authorities probably along with the location of Wejherowska Wola, later known as Wejherowo.
The biggest "treasure" of the Franciscan Church is the Painting of Our Lady in Wejherowo, Spirit and Body Healer, famous for its graces, crowned by Pope John Paul II. The basement of the monastery of Franciscan. Friars is occupied by the Franciscan Museum featuring three crypts and exposition rooms.
The Palace is the only institution in Poland that collects the oldest written texts and scores. One can get acquainted here with historic literature works, biographies of the Kashubian and Pomeranian activists and writers, see manuscripts, antique books, maps, periodicals, graphic art and photographs.
An exceptional attraction for tourists are the halls of tradition and town history with mocks-up of the historic town centre and Wejherowo Calvary.
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