More than four centuries in age, the castle in Gołuchów is one of the most visited monuments in Wielkopolska. Much like the castle in Kórnik, it was the home of a number of influential families. In the nineteenth century, the then owner, Izabella Działyńska, decided to allocate a part of the castle to the museum, which exhibited works of art from her private collection. During World War II, the museum was robbed and a number of the collection was taken out of Poland, however, most have now been returned. As a branch of the National Museum in Poznań, visitors are encouraged to make the journey out to Gołuchów and witness this truly remarkable place. There are also numerous paintings of Polish and European painters. The building is located in a landscape park with an area of over 150 ha.