Wejherowo’s heart of beats on the market square with the collegiate church and the town hall from the early 20th century. The “Hall of tradition and history of Wejherowo” in the town hall houses the Kashubian alphabet, which has been created with sgraffito. Sgraffito is a technique of wall décor, produced by several plaster or layers of paint applied to a wall and then scratched out to a colourful pattern.
The tower of the town hall holds a bell from 1649, a gift from the city founder Jakub Wejher (German: Jakob von Weiher, 1609-1657). A monument in the middle of the market is dedicated to the city founder. Visit the cozy pubs, breweries, bakery shops, summer gardens, and shops with regional delicacies gathered around the market place.
In Klasztorna Street, connecting the market square with the Majkowski Park, one of the oldest buildings of the city – the in 1650 for the Franciscan order built monastery church of St. Anna is located. Inside you will find the wonderful image of the mother of God of Wejherowo. The basement of the church houses a permanent exhibition dedicated to the Wejher family. The exhibition also inform you about the organisation of Calvary celebrations and educational tasks of the church. In the crypt are the tombs of the Wejher family, and their succesor – the family of Przebendowski.