One of the most precious objects on the trail of the Palace and Garden Valley is the baroque palace in Mysłakowice, which was built in the second half of the 18th century, from the inititative of Maksymilian Leopold von Reibnitz, and in 1816, it was rebuilt in neoclassicist style. King Fryderyk Wilhelm III liked the look of the building so much, that in 1831, he decided to buy it and turn it into a summer residence.
Long ago, you could enter the palace by getting under a gate made from an unconventional material – whale jaws. This unique piece of architecture can be admired in the community Culture Centre in Mysłakowice.
In the first half of the 19th century, Mysłakowice became a home for religious refugees from Tirol. They brough their local culture and traditions to Poland, and Polish people built traditional houses for them In the former Lutheran church of the Holliest Heart of Jesus Christ, the most precious element are the stems of the columns supporting the roof above the entrance, which originated from the Pompeii excavation and were a gift from the king of Neapol.