Top things to do in Słupsk

Top Choice Museum in Słupsk

Museum of Central Pomerania

The Museum of Central Pomerania is housed within Słupsk’s main attraction, a commanding 16th-century castle. Beyond its impressive blocky tower are sacral woodcarvings, historic furniture and other exhibits illustra…
Top Choice International in Słupsk

Atmosphere

That Słupsk has one of Poland's best restaurants may come as a bit of a surprise – that it's in the suburbs 2.3km west of the train station is an even bigger shock. But there it is, flash decor, impeccably-laid tabl…
Museum in Słupsk

Mill

The building opposite the castle gate is the 14th-century mill, an annex to the museum. Its three floors focus on the folk customs of Pomerania with colourful costumes and chunky kitchenware galore. There's also an …
Historic Building in Słupsk

Witches’ Tower

Only three remnants of the 15th-century fortified walls that once encircled the town survive: one of these is the Witches’ Tower which had a sensational career as a 17th-century jail for women suspected of witchcraf…
Polish in Słupsk

La Venda

Not much to look at from the exterior and positioned at a busy junction, things get much much better once inside La Venda. An elegantly presented dining room sets the scene for Polish and more exotic fare prepared w…
Church in Słupsk

St Hyacinthus’ Church

The 15th-century St Hyacinthus’ Church, aka St Jack’s as the tourist signposting would have it, is usually closed. The time to see it is during services at 8am and 6pm and on Sundays. The fine organ can be heard at …
Market in Słupsk

Sunday Flea Market

Each Sunday a superb flea market takes place near the castle with everything from commie-era vinyl to Kashubian plates, Dirty Dancing videos in Polish and biographies of Piłsudski laid out on blankets and trestle ta…
Polish in Słupsk

Bar Mleczny Poranek

Grab a tray and line up for cheap, filling socialist-era fare and glasses of weak kompot in a semi-institutional dining room complete with obligatory potted plants and strip lighting. Unmissable.
Church in Słupsk

St Mary’s Church

Fans of red brick and stained glass should check out this chunky Gothic church with its vibrantly coloured, postwar windows. Come on Sunday to see what a queue to get into a church looks like!
Cafe in Słupsk

Caffeteria Retro

Down a set of steps off busy Al Sienkiewicza, Caffeteria Retro is one of the town’s more characterful spots to grab a cuppa joe.