|Konary Castle Ruins||Castles||24km|
|Ruins of the castle of Krzysztof Szdlowiecki||Castles||43km|
Baranow Sandomierski Castle was built by the end of the 16th century for the family of Leszczyńsky. The construction was designed by Italian architect Santi Gucci. The palace included four corner towers, decorated vaults, carved stone portals and a nice courtyard with arcades. Until the 19th century the residence was surrounded with robust ramparts. In the modern times it was removed. At the end of the 17th century the Baranow Sandomierski Castle was leased to the Lubomirsky family, who ordered to enlarge the western wing. Until the beginning of the Second World War, the castle was permanently inhabited despite two fire accidents, whose consequences were remedied in a short time. Later the residence was used by a state-owned company operating in sulphur mining, which maintained the Baranow Sandomierski Castle until recently.
You can go around the whole complex of buildings of Baranow Sandomierski Castle and enjoy the atmosphere of old times due to period furniture, walk through original castle halls and visit the rooms that hide a variety of interesting exhibits. In addition, you can explore the exposition of the history of sulphur processing industry, which commemorates the previous owner. The exposition includes archaeological findings, mostly discovered after the Second World War when the building complex was renovated. The Baranow Sandomierski Castle is accessible for tourists daily. You can find accommodation in the building to the west of the castle in the Street Zamkowa, house no. 30, in the luxurious Hotel Zamkowy. More detailed information can be found at Baranow Sandomierski Castle .