In 1939 Mir Castle became government property. During the occupation period the castle was used as ghetto. In 1947 Mir Castle was taken under state protection and in 2000 it was added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage. In 6 years restoration works started again and by the year 2010 the reconstruction was finally finished. Today Mir Castle Complex consists of the castle, landscape park, earthwork, pond, family vault, chapel and guard house. There is a restaurant of Belarusian cuisine, several conference halls, a gift shop and a hotel where tourists can have luxury rest for low price. Thousands of tourists visit Mir Castle every year. By the way, Belarusian government cancelled visas for 80 countries of the world, so it has become even easier to visit Belarus and its places of interest, learn more about Belarusian history, take part in knight festivals, visit concerts and exhibitions. You can calculate the distance and price of the trip to Mir Castle on our website and order a taxi by filling an easy online form.
- Tourists can visit Mir Castle Monday-Sunday 10.00 – 18.00
- Every last Monday of the month the castle can be visited for free.
- The castle is closed every Tuesday from January 10, 2017 till 19 March, 2017
- Entrance Price:
- adults – 10BYN
- schoolchildren and students – 5 BYN
- The price of audio-guide in Russian, Belarusian, English, German, Polish and Chinese – 2BYN