Czocha Castle – the castle whose walls know many secrets about World War II.

Kontakt Zamek Czocha


Czocha Castle

Czocha Castle

OPENING HOURS


  • January – December
    10.00 – 18.00
  • guided tour
    July – August
    10.00 – 20.00
    other months
    10.00 – 18.00
  • multimedia torture chamber
    April – October
    10.00 – 17.00
  • night sightseeing of Czocha Castle
    April – June from 21.30
    July – August from 22.00
  • ATTENTION!! Sometimes the Castle is not available for sightseeing because of weddings and other events. For more information, please check out our website: Facebook fan page

CZOCHA CASTLE – SIGHTSEEING and TICKET PRICES


  • Guided tour:
    concessionary (children up to 15 years old) – PLN 12
    adult – PLN 20
  • multimedia torture chamber concessionary (children up to 15 years old) – PLN 8
    adult – PLN 12
  • night sightseeing of the Castle:
    PLN 45/person
  • night sightseeing takes place several times a year, booking is required
  • the history of Czocha Castle (pl)

GALLERY


Czocha Dolny Śląsk

Mysterious Lower Silesia.

Zwiedzanie Zamku

A part of the Castle prepared for tourist sightseeing.

W Zamku Czocha

In the Castle…

Zabytkowe baterie

Batteries and sanitary fittings of historic value available in chambers opened for sightseeing.

Zamek Czocha - zabytkowe wnętrza.

Interiors of historic value.

Czocha

One of the castle chambers.

Tzschocha Czocha

Pre-war Schloss Tzschocha.

Schloss Tzschocha

Czocha (Tzschocha) – entrance to the main Castle.

Zwiedzanie Zamku Czocha

Bridge over the moat.

Widok z wieży zamku Czocha

A view from the tower

Czocha - zamek na Dolnym Śląsku

One of the most renowned castles in Lower Silesia.

Armata na Zamku Czocha

A small exhibition of old weapons.

Muzeum Zamek Czocha

In the castle museum.

Schloß Tschocha

Castle in autumn.

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  1. Anette Christensen says:

    I love this castle. I visit it evey year and like to see what is going from one year to another. This time I walk around the castle.

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