Message from the Director

 Dear friends! 

We are glad to invite you to visit the Mir Castle Complex! Its doors are always opened for people who are indifferent to the ancient architecture, for those who want to communicate with the living history of Belarus! 

The architectural treasury of the country contains not very many masterpieces such as Mir Castle. Restoring the castle carefully, within the walls and in the landscape ensemble we have built a unique tourist brand, a place of attraction for thousands of travelers from dozens of countries. 
Traditionally,  castle provides a fascinating tour program: unique exhibits, the story of the eventful life of famous princely families, the owners of the castle - Radziwill and Svyatopolk-Mirsky. 
But no less meaningful is modern life of the castle, which began after 30 years of restoration. Today the complex has two modern conference rooms for holding international forums of the highest level: hall with 40 seats and room for 200 seats, equipped with sound amplification system and simultaneous translation into four languages. 
Gastronomic excursion into the world of old Polish and old Lithvanian cuisine provides you our restaurant and night club "Tower." And the castle hotel, which is the only in the country can house about 30 visitors in its 15 rooms. 
In 2000, Mir Castle according to decision of the organization UNESCO was included in the World Heritage List as a great example of the Central European castle and the display of significant cultural and historical events. UNESCO certificate served as the highest award for research teams, restorers, hundreds of volunteers - all who participated in revival of Mir. 
I also would like to express special thanks for the constant support of the Board of Trustees of the museum and to our partners: EE "Mirsky State and Technical College", Mirsky distillery, company "OBK group".
We are waiting for you in the hospitable walls of the ancient Mir! Close contact with the spirit of the Belarusian history will not leave anyone indifferent. 
Director of Mir Castle Complex, Aliaksandr Loika.