Museum of Niemcewicz Estate
The Niemcewicz Estate in the village of Skoki is a unique and significant object of historical and cultural heritage, the only architectural structure of its kind in the vicinity of Brest. The homestead was built presumably in 1777. Julian Ursyn Niemcewicz lived here (1757-1841) - a writer, publicist, statesman and an adjutant of Tadeusz Kosciuszko, one of the authors of the first Constitution in Europe (1791). It was in the walls of the estate on the 15th of December 1917 that a protocol was signed on a cessation of arms between Soviet Russia and the German Empire.
The minimum group for the excursion is 10 people; the maximum group is 24 people