Radziwill Castle invites guests to take part in an interactive history labyrinth The Legends of the Past – Guardians of the Future on 14 May, BelTA learned from the National Historical and Cultural Museum-Reserve at Nesvizh
Radziwill Castle and the music house Klassika are organizing a musical and mystical Night of Museums at the Radziwill family residence. The program offers an improvised meeting with several generations of the owners of Nesvizh: Nicholas Christopher “the Orphan” Radziwill, Karol Stanislaw "Panie Kochanku" Radziwill and Antoni Wilhelm Radziwill. All guests of the castle are in for exciting adventures, new discoveries and exciting atmosphere of palace intrigues.
The interactive labyrinth will start in the inner courtyard of the castle, offer unusual views from the embankments of the old castle and lead through earlier-inaccessible tunnels. The event will feature the artists and soloists from the music house Klassika, the National Theater of Historical Costume, the Irish dance school Gloria, MuzzicDom Orchestra, Leprekon Quarter and a knights' club. A palace ball will be held in the evening.
The Nesvizh Town Hall will offer visitors an animated interactive program called By the Magdeburg Law. The program will include a virtual trip to the town of the 18th century. Participants will be invited to witness the execution of a sentence of the magistrate court, get acquainted with the prefect of the city, and take part in various interactive games.
The Architectural and Cultural Complex of the Former Residence of the Radziwills in Nesvizh is one of Belarus' landmarks inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The historical monument lures tourists not only by its above-ground buildings but also its vaults and crypts. In addition to the castle and the park of the 16th-19th centuries and the Town Hall in Nesvizh, other landmark sites are the Roman-Catholic Church of Corpus Christi, the Slutsk Gate and the Craftsman's House.