Progress of the “Baroque Park Complex” project

Without obstacles, despite the difficult situation in the region due to the COVID-19 pandemic, work is progressing on the project to revitalise the Bishops’ Gardens.

Baroque Park Complex – progress of works

Construction works in the Bishops’ Gardens in Pelplin are progressing. The works on the paths and alleys in the park are well advanced. The laying of curbs and edging has been completed, and the paving of park paths is in progress. Power supply lines for both the lighting in the park and the monitoring system are also ready – in the next stage lamps, cameras and other elements will be installed. Work on the irrigation system is also progressing. The main water pipes, irrigation sections and irrigation wells have already been placed.

Renovation of the Bishops’ Gardens in Pelplin

Renovation and construction works are in progress in the Bishops’ Gardens – the park complex around the Bishop’s Palace in Pelplin. The project, the primary objective of which is the renovation of the historic park, also includes thorough renovation of two 19th century buildings – the Gate House and the Cart House, which will house the Cistercian Gardens Gallery.

Bishops’ Gardens in Pelplin - for residents and tourists

Interview with Tomasz Lesner from the Institute for European Initiatives

Renovation and construction works are in progress in the Bishops’ Gardens – the park complex around the Bishop’s Palace in Pelplin.

The Bishop’s Gardens in Pelplin, a historic park complex on the site of the former Cistercian abbey, are being renovated. The project includes not only the development of the area, but also thorough renovation of two 19th century buildings in the park – the Gate House and the Cart House, which will house the Cistercian Gardens Gallery. Ultimately, the park will be open to visitors, serving not only tourists and pilgrims during the season, but also the residents of Pelplin on a daily basis.

Barokowy Zespół Parkowy w Pelplinie odzyskuje dawny blask

modernisation and development of the historic park, together with renovation, reconstruction, adaptation and modernisation of the buildings on the grounds of the above mentioned park, as part of the project entitled: Baroque park complex in Pelplin – making the area accessible through land development and providing new cultural and exhibition functions.

The Baroque Park Complex in Pelplin will regain its former glory

On 7 April 2017, in Warsaw, Bishop Ryszard Kasyna of Pelplin signed a contract with the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage for the co-financing of the Project entitled: “Baroque park complex in Pelplin – making the area accessible through land development and providing new cultural and exhibition functions” under Measure 8.1 priority axis VIII Protection of cultural heritage and development of cultural resources of the Operational Programme Infrastructure and Environment 2014 - 2020.

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The portal is co-financed by the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund under priority axis VIII Protection of cultural heritage and development of cultural resources of the Infrastructure and Environment Programme 2014-2020.