Personally, I have been to Biskupin only twice in my life. The first time in primary school and the second in 2020.
During these 15 years, let’s face it, a lot has changed there. New attractions have been created and the existing ones have undergone several revitalization (which is very good news). Additionally, the second visit took place during the pandemic period. So what I remembered as streets full of tourists and people in period costumes could not even take place.
The archaeological reserve in Biskupin is one of the largest centers of this type in all of Europe. Its size is about 38 hectares. So with a pure heart, you can say that there is nowhere to go. The reserve is divided into several parts, each with a different form of reconstruction. Here you can find traces from various historical eras, from the Stone Age to the early Middle Ages. The most famous place in the whole of Biskupin is the peninsula on Lake Biskupin. There are the remains of a settlement from the Bronze and Iron Ages. The discovery of this place is included in the list of the 100 most important archaeological discoveries of the 20th century.
In Biskupin there is really something to watch, in my opinion, the following deserve special attention:
The settlement of the first farmers
Defensive settlement on the peninsula
A farm with animals
A Piast village
Chata Pałucka – an ethnographic object, entered in the register of monuments.
You can read more about Biskupin on the reserve and museum website: