Local Life Poznan is about to select candidates for Best Places awards, dedicated to rewarding and encouraging excellence in products, service and ideas. You are helping us to make the best choice.

Kaiserhaus has 0 votes. Click here to see the results.

You can vote once a day for your favourite place.

* all fields are required

Editor's review

Built as a residence for the German Emperor Wilhelm II between the years of 1904 - 1910, the Kaiserhaus is the largest example of Prussian architecture in Poznan. The original furnishings were sadly ruined during reconstruction work in the Second World War, and the structure of the castle was damaged in 1945. Recent fortifications have ensured its place as a popular tourist attraction and its once blackened outer walls have been cleaned to give the castle a much friendlier face. This Neo-Romanesque marvel now also houses the Zamek Cultural Centre which includes the Blue Note Jazz Cafe and The Dubliner music clubs.

Editor & Poznan Local


not shown
brent w.
United States

i can't believe this place... the site itself is gorgeous, but i loved the cafes/clubs.

Reply Sep 1st, 2005
Widget icon Add a widget for Kaiserhaus to your website and get more reviews!