Caraway mountain park
Caraway mountain park – established in 1878 by Gustaw Rekittke, a well-known interior decorator. The park is located just by the hotel. The two monuments were erected there: a monument of 1923 commemorating residents of Morąg who died in World War I, situated in the middle of the main avenue of the park and a monument devoted to members of a shooting guild who also died during World War I. A stone slab with an inscription dedicated to the founder of the park was placed in the park.
The Museum of J. G. Herder in the Dohna Palace
The Museum of J. G. Herder in the Dohna Palace – the palace was built in 1562-1571 by Achacy Dohna. It was destroyed in 1945 and rebuilt in the 1970s. Presently, the Warmia and Mazury Museum of J. G. Herder is located there. Every year the European Museum Night is organised in the museum, where you may see the castle and take part in various visual art workshops.
Gothic town hall
Gothic town hall ‒ was built in the 14th century and since the Middle Ages it has been the seat of the Mayor and the City Council. Despite numerous reconstructions, the medieval nature of the town hall has been preserved. Today, the town hall houses the Wedding Room, Historical Memory Chamber of Morąg, Tourist Information Centre and the Art Gallery.
Teutonic Knights’ Castle
Teutonic Knights’ Castle ‒ the castle was built by Teutonic Knights in the second half of the 14th century. Later, members of the well-known Prussian Dohna family resided in the castle. When the county office was moved to a different place, the castle started to fall into decline. In 1815, the castle was pulled down and only one wing was left, but later a second one was added. Like every castle, it has a legend. Reportedly, the ghost of 14-year-old Barbara Schwann appears in it, who was beheaded in 1749 for infanticide.
Gothic parish church
Gothic parish church ‒ the St Apostle Peter and Paul Gothic parish church dates from the beginning of the 14th century. Inside this early-Gothic basilica-type temple, there are mainly baroque and rococo furnishings. In the 20th century, a late-Gothic polychrome was discovered during renovation works. You can also see here a wooden Gothic crucifix from the 14th century, Dohna’s epitaphs and sculpted organs from 1705.