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Kraków Bishops' Palace

Kielce was the property of the Kraków bishops from the 12th century through 1789. This palace was built (from 1637 onwards) as one of their seats and remains a testament to the richness of that era. The highlight of…
Museum in Kielce

Open-Air Museum of the Kielce Village

This 80-hectare skansen (open-air museum of traditional architecture) is located in the village of Tokarnia, about 20km from Kielce. It’s a pleasant half-day outing, particularly for kids. Several minibuses from Kie…
Memorial in Kielce

Jewish Pogrom Memorial

A small plaque signed by former president Lech Wałęsa identifies the site of a tragic post-WWII pogrom in 1946 committed by Poles against Jews who had survived the Holocaust. The origins of the pogrom are unclear – …
Basilica in Kielce

Kielce Cathedral

Kielce's cathedral looks nothing like the Romanesque church first erected here in 1171; it was rebuilt in the 17th century and dressed in Baroque decorations. The cathedral's underground crypts are the final resting…
Museum in Kielce

Museum of the Dialogue of Cultures

This tiny, uplifting museum is dedicated to global efforts to promote peace and dialogue across cultural and ethnic groups. The museum also holds interesting temporary exhibitions, such as a fascinating display of C…
Museum in Kielce

Museum of Toys and Play

This delightful museum offers the chance to reminisce about toys you forgot you wanted. The room full of frogs somehow makes sense when you’re there.
Museum in Kielce

Museum of the Kielce Village

The Museum of the Kielce Village is housed in the only 18th-century wooden mansion in Kielce.
Statue in Kielce

Henryk Sienkiewicz Monument

This monument to the Polish writer and Nobel Prize winner Henryk Sienkiewicz marks the eastern end of long, pedestrianised ul Sienkiewicza.