Krzyztopor Castle in Ujazd was built in the seventeenth century and was one of the largest fortified magnate residence in Poland. It was built in the style of an Italian palazzo in fortezza type. From the north clung once beautiful gardens in the Italian style. In the eighteenth century, and then during the Second World War the castle was ruined. Partly rebuilt in the years 1970-1980, it is open to the public. The castle was never rebuilt, so we can admire it in its original form. The current ruins of the castle consist of extensive fortifications: bastions, moat, traces of fortifications and bridges. Visitors can walk among the maze of corridors and underground, now empty and devoid of any equipment, but by the even more mysterious. For tourist traffic rooms are available and facilities to the amount of the third floor, underground stables and cellars connected narrow, dark tunnel, and also crown the ramparts, which marked walking route around the pentagon wing of the former palace. Several local legends also involve the castle.