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Muzeum A. Mickiewicza w Śmiełowie

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9:00
16:00
22 November
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Mo closed
Tu 9:00 - 16:00
We 9:00 - 16:00
Th 9:00 - 16:00
Fr 9:00 - 16:00
Sa 9:00 - 16:00
Su 9:00 - 16:00

Tue – Fri 9.00 -16.00
Sun 10.00-16.00
from 1 October to 30 April

Sat – admission free
from 1 September to 14 June

 

Exhibition tickets can be bought no later than 30 minutes before closing time.

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Śmiełów 1, 63-210 Żerków
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Muzeum A. Mickiewicza w Śmiełowie

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adult
10 zł
reduced
7 zł
kids and students from 7 up to 26 years old
1 zł
saturday
free admission

Adam Mickiewicz Museum in Śmiełów is located in a Classicist palace of the late 18th c., a work by architect Stanisław Zawadzki.

A visit of the Palace is hands-on experience of venues related to Adam Mickiewicz and offers a unique contact with his memorabilia. The great Polish Romantic poet visited Śmiełów at the invitation of Hieronim Gorzeńki (the then owner of the Palace) in August 1831. The poet was trying to cross the boarder to the Polish Kingdom, at that time in the midst of an insurgence. The stay in Wielkopolska was an important moment of Mickiewicz’s biography as a poet.

The ground floor of the Palace features and exhibits dedicated to Mickiewicz. Here we can see manuscripts, personal artefacts, and first editions of his works.

The exhibit on first floor, composed of Biedermeier furniture and paintings made from the 17th till 19th c., recreates an air of a mansion of landed gentry.

The palace windows overlook the hills of Szwajcaria Żerkowska. The adjacent park is full of truly romantic nooks, such as Zosia’s herbal garden depicted in Pan Tadeusz A. Mickiewcz epic). The Mickiewicz oak is commemorated here with a „tree monument” – a  bench with the poet’s maxim spoken in this place.