Pomorskie Dukes Castle (section of the Museum of Central Pomorskie)

The original building was erected in the Gothic style in 1507 as a two-storey building. Reconstruction took place from the end of the XVI century to become the grand seat of the local princely dynasty of the Griffiths.

Pomorskie Dukes Castle, photo: Pomorskie Travel

Pomorskie Dukes Castle, photo: Pomorskie Travel

From history cards

Slupsk in the XIV – XIV centuries was the capital of the Duchy of Slupsk, at this time falls the period of its glory. The seat of the Gryphite dynasty finally took the shape of a Renaissance castle. The castle was no longer spacious enough for the princely court. The house was liked by the widows of the princely family.

Anna de Croy, the sister of the last ruler of the family, created a place where she collected Gryffiti family memorabilia. All surviving elements of the collection were taken to Berlin in 1731.

Subsequently, the building served as an armoury, a warehouse for grain and salt, and a place for storing theatrical decorations. After the war, it was a rope factory and netting factory.

In the 1960s, the Pomorskie Dukes Castle was rebuilt as it looked at the best period of its splendour, so Renaissance.

Pomorskie Dukes Castle, photo: Pomorskie Travel

Pomorskie Dukes Castle, photo: Pomorskie Travel


There are currently five permanent exhibitions in the Castle.

Gryfit family artefacts.

  • two tin sarcophagi: Princess Anna de Croy and her son Ernest Bogusław de Croy, objects found in the sarcophagi: Anna’s pillow and dress made of Italian silk velvet and coat, trousers and glitter pillow, stockings and knee trousers made of high-quality materials, jewellery (bracelets, ring, ring and cross, medals),
  • XVIIth century portrait of Duchess Anna,
  • tin candlesticks and silver chalice with a plate,
  • silver altar from Darlowo (1606-1636), with preserved 8 silver plates depicting biblical scenes,
  • the sarcophagus of Princess Catherine Ursula of Saxe-Lauenburg.

From the Slupsk’s past

Permanent exhibition dedicated to the history of the city. Most of the exhibits date from the XVIIth to the XXth century.

  • artefacts of Slupsk’s churches,
  • postcards graphics and watercolours,
  • products of Slupsk gilds (tin cups, pitchers, mugs and candlesticks),
  • city plans and views,
  • documents and objects related to everyday life and functioning of the city.

Ancient art of Pomorskie from the XVth to the XVIIIth century

This exhibition is located on the first floor, in four halls,

  • monuments of medieval art (Gothic sculpture),
  • elements of altars,
  • applied art (furniture, tapestries)
  • elements of everyday life (Gdansk furniture)
  • numismatic collections,
  • paintings including portrait painting,
  • ship models

At the common table, that is, cutlery and culinary accessories from the XVIIth to the XXIst century

This collection is located on the second floor

  • basic cutlery – spoons, knives and forks,
  • specialized cutlery (for oysters or berries),
  • serial products, Polish manufacturers: Norblin and Fraget.

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