The Pelisor castle is a small one built inside the park belongimg to the Peles Castle. It was built between 1899-1902 by the Czech architect Karel Liman and decorated by the Viennese artist Bernardt Ludwig and it became since 1903 the summer residence of the heir Princes.
The main hall, refined through its simplity, is covered in oak wood panelling and the glass ceiling is adorned with stained glass. In the bedroom there is funiture made of golden linden wood; the adormnets include Celtic and Bizantine motifs interpreted in the Art Nouveau style. Another room – the Golden Room – has the walls covered in golden stucco adorned with thistle leaves, a dear symbol to the Queen (the thistle is the emblem of Scotland and it symbolises immortality). The light on the ceiling has the form of Celtic cross.
At the Pelisor Castle there are also some of Queen Maria’s works: a manuscript on painted parchment, made in 1906 and paintings representing lilies.
Monday – Tuesday: closed
Wednesday: 11:00 – 17:00
Thursday – Sunday: 09:00 – 17:00
Monday : closed
Tuesday – Sunday : 09:00 – 17:00
The last group enters at 16 :15
Between 15th october – 1st november the Pelisor Museum is closed for preservation.