Turn back to the times of the 16th-century Republic of Poland, learn the history of the beautiful Tatar captivity, discover the secrets of wooden sacred architecture and icon  writings in one of the oldest wooden Orthodox churches in Poland, inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List and on the List of Historical Monuments. Only here you will feel the atmosphere of the borderland of cultures, nations, and religions, accompanied by stonemasons from Stare Brusno

The Orthodox Church Complex in Radruż

Division of the Museum of the Eastern Borderland in Lubaczów

Radruż 13
37-620 Horyniec-Zdrój
phone: 606 357 108
e-mail: radruz@muzeumkresow.eu 



Regular ticket: PLN 10

Reduced ricket: PLN 7

Family ticket: PLN 25 (visiting group up to 5 people, max. 2 adults)

Museum lesson: PLN 7 per person

Monday is the day of free admission; tours without a guide, in the presence of an employee of the Orthodox Church Complex.


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Why is it worth visiting the Orthodox Church Complex in Radruż?

The Orthodox church of  St. Paraskeva in Radruż is one of the most valuable wooden temples on the Polish-Ukrainian border. The church from the 16th century was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The temple has an interesting history related to the Tatar invasions in the 17th century. In addition to the architectural and historical values, the temple also has a precious interior, including wall polychrome, iconostasis, and other unique monuments from the 16th and 19th centuries. This  Orthodox church is part of a larger defensive complex.



What is included in the price of a ticket to the Orthodox Church Complex in Radruż?

guided tours of the Orthodox church, the church cemetery and the belfry (within the walls around the church), as well as temporary exhibitions in the museum building. Visiting the cemeteries beyond the walls around the church - individually, free of charge.