Polish MuseumCurrently Closed
- Address: Rapperswil (SG), 8640, Switzerland
- Timings: 01:00 pm - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +41-0552101862
- Ticket Price: 5 CHF
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museum, History Museum, Historical Site, Family And Kids, Specialty Museum
Polish Museum - Review
Polish Museum, Rapperswil is a one of a kind museum founded byWladyslaw Broel-Plater, a polish count and stands as the historic memorabilia of the polish history associated with the place. The museum is a beautiful way of knowing polish customs, traditions and art which have been preserved from the whiplash of time. The museum is a hot spot for tourists and stands as one of the most important historic places in the region. A walk through the history of the place is what the place is all about.
Polish Museum Ticket Prices
- Children 7 – 16 ticket 3 CHF
- Students holding a valid ID ticket price 4 CHF
- Groups – minimum 11 people price 4 CHF
Polish Museum Hours
- Easter Sunday, December 24 th-26 th January - February (open on request)
How To reach Polish Museum by Public Transport
- Buses from Rapperswil SG, Cityplatz can be taken.
- Rental electric motorcycles are available in the area.
- Going on foot is a good option as the town is small.
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Things to Know Before Visiting Polish Museum
95% of people who visit Rapperswil include Polish Museum in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
90.32% of people start their Polish Museum visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Polish Museum
53.42% of people prefer walking in order to reach Polish Museum
Polish Museum Trips
Polish Museum, Rapperswil Reviews
I visited Rapperswil during my travels in Switzerland. I was not expecting a Polish museum inside a Swiss castle! It was a great experience learning about the Poles that emigrated into Switzerland during the partition of Poland. I was also very surprised to learn that the watch company "Patek Phillippe" was started by a Polish Nobleman that was leasing the castle, and hired a Swiss watchmaker to start a company. Well worth the visit. I was told that the local politicians are trying to kick the Polish museum out of the castle, so make sure to visit when you get a chance before it's gone.
This museum provides a very interesting into polish history and into the lives of Ploes living in Switzerland! Very friendly staff who can answer all your quetions!
Great place for those who love history.
This museum is definitely worth a try.
Amazing castle with a Tower and a lot polish history