✔ Karkonosze Museum in Szklarska Poręba
✔ Death bend (on the exit towards Świeradów, it is the most famous death bend in Poland)
✔ Snowy Boilers (Snowy Boilers consist of two glacial circuses)
✔ Waterfalls (Kamieńczyk waterfall and Szklarki waterfall)
✔ Museum of Minerals (a real mineralogical basin, you'll find impressive and varied specimens here)
✔ Huta Julia in Piechowice (one of the few existing crystal glass producers in Poland, supporting the old traditions of the region, producing hand-formed and polished products)
✔ Wlastimil Hofman's house (inside the house you can see items related to the artist, antique equipment and a lot of paintings)
✔ Chybotek (the highest boulder with a diameter of about 4 m can be rocked)
Anti-stain barrier in Łomnica in Karpacz. One of the more unusual and magical places in Karpacz.
Kowarska uranium mine
Adits in Kowary are underground tourist routes known all over the country. You can admire the underground exhibition on mining as well as the exhibition of minerals, among others agates from the Płoczków fields near Lwówek Śląski.
Love mill - A happy place for those in love
The story of the miller's daughter's love for the Spirit of the Mountains prompted local people to build a commemorative "Love Mill". As the folk parable says: "only here the mill wheel changed flour into flour and turned the lives of people, and the daughter of a miller - she made an equal princess." The grinder has a wonderful power that makes the feeling of love reciprocate.
Chapel of St. Anna in Grabowiec
The current brick chapel. St. Anne, built in the Baroque style, was funded by Count Hans Anton von Schaffgotsch from Cieplice. The construction of the chapel began in 1718 and was completed in 1719. Casper Anton Joseph Jentsch (1699-1757) was the designer and builder. In 1812, the chapel was brought from the chapel of St. St. Lawrence on Śnieżka, a baroque altar with a sculpture of St. Lawrence and some furnishings.
After World War II, the chapel fell into oblivion. The baroque painting from the main altar, painted on a copper plate by the student Michael Leopold Willmann, is missing.
He found himself after many years and returned to his place in 2006.
It turned out that in the first half of the 20th century, for conservation, the picture was taken to Toruń. The overall appearance of the chapel of St. Anna, has not changed much for over 350 years. By the chapel, the thickest sycamore in the Giant Mountains grows, with a trunk circumference of about 4.5 meters.
Miniature Park of Lower Silesia in Kowary
The miniatures placed in it reflect the most important places in the area of historic Lower Silesia. You can find here, among others palaces of the Jeleniogórska Valley, Śnieżka mini-peak, sacred objects such as the Wang temple or the Sanctuary in Krzeszów.
Each of the places has an information plate telling the story of the object.