The city has road connections with Warsaw, Żyrardów, Błonie and Mszczonów. The Warsaw-Vienna line, the Central Railway Main Line and the Warsaw Commuter Railway run through the city. The Mrowna River flows in the western part of the city.
The vicinity of Hotel Grodzisko offers many possibilities of spending time actively. There is a pond on the premises of the hotel, which will soon be equipped with pedal boats, and places for recreational spending time by the water. We also have a playground for children.
recreational swimming pool with an area 140 m2 and a maximum depth of 1.3 m with water jets, a fountain and underwater geysers, a jacuzzi bath for water massage, a 7 m high slide and a 65 m long descent and a six-lane sports swimming pool, 25 m long, max depth 1.80 m. Min. 1.30 m. You can watch the swimmers from the audience located on the first floor, connected to the cafe. The youngest guests have at their disposal a paddling pool with an area of 29 m2 and a maximum depth of 0.40 m.
the cultural center offers a wide range of didactic, entertainment and recreational activities.
open 24 hours a day, equipped with various equipment.
They occupy an area of 14,453m2, in this area you will find a multifunctional sports field “Orlik 2012” with changing rooms and social facilities, 3 sand volleyball fields and many places ideal for walks in a green and quiet neighborhood.
located in the vicinity of the railway station, it was founded in the 18th century by the Mokronowski family. The park covers over 5 hectares, has an infrastructure for relaxation, you will find there an educational trail, an outdoor presentation of the city’s history, a large playground, a square with a fountain and bicycle paths.
located between Maria Skłodowskiej-Curie, Stawowa and Henryka Sienkiewicza Streets. The ponds consist of two reservoirs with a total area of over 2 ha. There is a platform-stage on the premises for organizing events and everyday leisure.
it houses paintings by Jan Bogumił Plersch, the court painter of King Stanisław August Poniatowski.
is located at ul. Sienkiewicza 31. It was built at the end of the 19th century as a representative residence for Zacharij Andrejewicz Putianto.
in 1687, a brick late baroque church was built, funded by Wojciech Mokronowski. In the church, several paintings are worthy of attention: in the presbytery, the painting “Crucifixion” by Philip Castaldi from the turn of the 18th / 19th century, and in the chapel of the Mother of God, the painting “The Last Supper”.
the building of the present church was built in the 17th century. It is one of the most valuable monuments in the Grodzisk Mazowiecki commune. In the main altar there is a painting of the Transfiguration of the Lord from the 17th century, which is covered with a new painting of Our Lady of Chestochowa, mechanically lowered. The parish was founded by the bishop of Poznań, Albert in the 13th century. Around the church there is an old forest of chestnut trees.
The stable offers its guests a wide range of services related to horse riding and more. At AmberHorse, horse riding classes are conducted at all levels. In addition, the Amberhorse stable offers carriage rides, driving lessons and hippotherapy classes.
built in 1842-43, rebuilt 1914.
early gothic parish church of the Holy Trinity from the 13th century.
among the elements of the church furnishings, the most valuable are: an embroidered chasuble from the 17th century, a rococo monstrance from the mid-18th century, four zinc and baroque candlesticks.
it is a monument from the turn of the 18th and 19th centuries. Tradition links it with Prince Józef Poniatowski, a leaseholder of the Błońsk starosty during the times of the Duchy of Warsaw.
Moreover, in Grodzisk Mazowiecki and Błonie numerous events, concerts, exhibitions and cultural meetings are organized. You can find out more about cyclical and occasional events from the following links: