Top things to do in Ojców National Park

Castle in Ojców National Park

Pieskowa Skała Castle

If you can only do one thing in Ojców National Park, visit this 14th-century castle, one of the best-preserved castles in the upland. The castle was rebuilt in the 16th century in imitation of the royal residence of…
Cave in Ojców National Park

King Łokietek Cave

Stretching over 270m through several passages, Łokietek Cave is accessible from the black trail heading south from Ojców Castle and can be visited on a 30-minute tour. Legend has it that before he became king in the…
Church in Ojców National Park

Chapel on the Water

About 100m north of Ojców Castle is the frequently photographed Chapel on the Water, which was fashioned in 1901 from the bathhouse that originally stood in its place. In keeping with its exterior simplicity, the th…
Ruins in Ojców National Park

Ojców Castle

Ojców Castle was deserted in 1826, and has since fallen into ruin. The 14th-century entrance gate and octagonal tower are original, but there’s little else to explore. The view of the wooden houses scattered across …
Cave in Ojców National Park

Wierzchowska Górna Cave

Just outside the park boundaries, Wierzchowska Górna Cave is in the village of Wierzchowie, 5km southwest of Ojców. At 950m long, Wierzchowska is the largest cave in the Kraków−Częstochowa highlands. Artefacts from …
Polish in Ojców National Park

Pieskowa Skała Castle

The restaurant-cafe at Pieskowa Skała Castle is accessible without a museum ticket; the restaurant interior is castle-kitsch, and the upstairs terrace affords regal views.