The location of The Museum of Kashubian and Pomeranian Literature and Music. The collection is presented in the rooms of the 19th century place amidst antique equipment and walls adorned with polychrome decorations in Pompeian style. There is a restaurant in the renovated basement. The palace itself is located within the revitalised town park,where there are also, among others, an enormous children's playground, nature educational trails and Nordic Walking paths, as well a summer stage.
"Dworek pod Lipami" is a renovated seat of the Town Community Centre in Rumia. This historical, early 19th century building houses exhibitions concerning the town's history, as well as temporary exhibitions. Located in a park upon Zagórska Struga River, the manor attracts both, residents ans visitors.
The restored Wieniawa Palace, today a luxurious hotel, is an architectural gem of the Ziemia Pucka region.The hotel has 15 stylishly furnished suites and a gourmet restaurant. The hotel guests can avail themselves of a sauna and aromatherapy, a jacuzzi and hydro massage and a massage parlour. The palace is surrounded with a picturesque park.
Built in 1912 by Gustaw Fryderyk von Below as a winter residence for his family. Before the war the estate was tended by a grandson of Gustaw and Henrietta - the count Albrecht von Krockow, the owner of an estate in Krokowa. After the war the building had been deteriorating until 2001, whn it was bought by a private owner, renovated and transformed into an accommodation facility and restaurant.
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