Kashubian view tower named of John Paul II is 35 meters and has 182 steps. From the observation deck it offers views of the hills and the lake called Szymbarskie lake and Radunskie lake.
Szymbark village recently became the most popular attraction thanks to Kashubian Center of Education and Regional Promotion. In the kashubian Szymbark you can visit unusual open-air museum. Unusual mainly due to a cottage standing "upside down", although this is not the only interesting object Center for Education and Regional Promotion in Szymbark. There are in fact also a replica of a wooden building Kashubian, including a replica of the wooden, typically Kashubian church and exhibitions of traditional equipment for everyday use. You can see there e.g. traditional bread oven, a lot of old tools, a giant wooden crate and a lot of unusual sculptures and other exhibits unparalleled everywhere.
Among other objects worth noting is over 240 year old Siberian house. It is a wooden hut once inhabited by Polish exiles (XVIII c.) Moved from town Zapleskino, located 360 km northeast of Irkutsk.
Once in Szymbark was held a meeting with former president Lech Walesa. Souvenir from these meetings is incredibly long wooden table for about 200 people, weighing 6 tons, the largest in the world made from a single tree!
Another record-breaking exhibit of the museum is the longest board in the world. At least it was a record until 17 May 2009. This is a board with a length of 36, 83m cut from counting 120 years and 51, 2 meters tall douglas fir in 2002. This exhibit went to the Guinness Book of Records.
House set "upside down" was made of wood. This is an authentic and unique house, including any standards. Indeed, it stands "on its head and along with the environment it makes a big impression. After entering the house you can feel dizzy.