The manor house in Świdnik
The manor house in Świdnik was erected in 1752 by the then village landlords the Wielogłowskis. It was partially rebuilt in the 1950s and 1970s.
It is a wooden, one-storey building, with bricked fragments and log-construction walls. In front of the entrance is a porch with a triangular gable supported on columns. The interior has partially retained the door woodwork with profiled panelling and decorated fixtures. Next to the manor house you can see an C18th brick chapel and also a cellar, which may be a remnant of an Arian Church from 1560-1580.