The Skull Chapel

A unique work of religious culture is one of the peculiarities of the region, and the only such historic monument in Poland. Built in the Baroque style in 1776, it attracts many visitors arousing fear and reflection over death. The walls and vaults are covered with human remains – real skulls and bones.

Museum of Papermaking in Duszniki-Zrój

Paper industry developed well in Duszkini-Zdrój. Papermaking traditions of this town were commemorated by establishing the Museum of Papermaking. The facility provides a rich offer and conducts a broad scientific research activity. The exposition includes considerable collections and a Poland’s unique collection of books on papermaking. This place is attractive primarily for the hungry-for-knowledge children who can see how paper used to be made in the old times. An additional attraction is an independent making of a sheet of paper that you can take away.


Mine in Złoty Stok

It’s an old gold mine, out of operation for several dozen years now. Currently, it is totally adapted to tourism purposes. You can visit the workings, underground expositions: an exhibition of tools, alchemist’s laboratory. Tourist route “Gold Mine” includes approx. 1.5 km of corridors which lead along two gangways of the old mine: Adit tunnel GERTRUDA and adit tunnel CZARNA with a unique underground waterfall.


Rope park

Created in Złoty Stok within the confines of the Śnieżnicki Landscape Park, it comprises forest areas, and a site of an old quarry. Over an area of 7 hectares are located attractions bringing a host of exceptional excitement. It’s an incomparable type of airborne trekking whose base consists of acrobatic passes between the trees: ballast platforms, rope passes, net passes, airborne surfing: Tarzan jump, Tyrolean traverses 1050 metres long in total.

Srebrna Góra Fortress

This Lower Silesian monument, huge stronghold, is a unique example of 18th century mountain fortification. Throughout its history, it has never been conquered. In tales it came to be called a “Silesian Gibraltar”. The fortress walls were made of stone excavated on site. Currently, the Srebrna Góra Fortress is one of the greatest local tourist attractions.


Bear Cave in Kletno

The Bear Cave is located in the Kłodzko Śnieżnik Massif, on the right slope of the valley of the Kleśnica River, in a block of marbles in the Stroma Mountain (1166.8 m above sea level). Total length of cave corridors exceeds 3.5 km with altitude difference between the highest and the lowest point of approx. 60 m. It is the oldest cave of the Sudetes, and one of the deepest ones in Poland. The corridors of the Bear Cave spread out horizontally at three levels connected with so-called “funnels”. During exploration of the cave, remains of thousands of Pleistocene animals were found in alluvial deposits, first of all those of the cave bear, hence its name.