A small room interpreted as a bedroom of great masters. Opposite is an even smaller room, considered to be the room for the master’s companion – his closest confidant.
The bedroom was of course equipped with a warm air heating system. In the Middle Ages it was richly polychrome, the remains of the painting have survived to this day, among which the beautiful figures of the four saints of the Order on the north wall stand out: Dorothy, Barbara, Catherine and Margaret. The lower parts of the walls are decorated with painted draperies surrounding the interior.
A large living room is adjacent to the bedroom, the walls of which have received a similar painted decoration in the form of imitation of draped, green curtains suspended around the entire interior, and popular plant twigs on the vault. In the northern wall, wide niches are a remnant of built-in wardrobes.
Buy tickets online
- Mon - Sun:9:00 - 16:00
- Tue - Sun:9:00 - 15:00
- +48 55 647 08 00
- +48 55 647 09 02
- +48 55 647 09 78