Church after the Friars Minor of the Observance, a gem of the Sieraków architecture, almost four-hundred-year-old sanctuary with Descent from the Cross - a painting by Artus Wolfford; the most beautiful in Poland stalls made in marquetry technique (incrustation of appropriately cut wooden surfaces with other kinds of wood); beautiful gravestones and altars.
Opaliński Manor House Museum – a reconstructed wing of the former castle; inside some remarkable examples of the pewter art: sarcophagus of the Opaliński family; the Manor houses regular painting and sculpture exhibitions and classical music concerts.
Stallions Stable – a recreation and horse riding center; Wielkopolski and Polski horse breeding farm. An interesting coach house, some very old tree specimen in the nearby park, including a seven-hundred-year-old oak tree.
Cross in Grobia – a mass grave, a burial ground of the Napoleonic solders who were killed by Cossacks when coming back from Moscow in 1812.
Protected Buildings Area – the oldest part of the town protected by a conservation program because of its preserved old urban development system, interesting ridge houses at Daszyńskiego St., 8 Stycznia St. and Chrobrego St.
Ławica Estate – a resorted manor house from the 19th century with farm buildings, surrounded by an old park. Private property.
Bridge on the Warta overflow area – a 20-span bridge from reinforced concrete built in 1908-1909, one of the first concrete constructions in Poland.
Insurrectionists grave near Pławiska forester’s lodge – a mass grave of the Wielkopolska Insurrectionists in the Notecka Forest.