The distance from the capital is 90 km.
The Mir Castle complex is a unique monument of the national culture. In 2000, the Mir Castle was included in UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
The architectural ensemble of Mir Castle presents a castle-museum of the 16th-20th centuries with 39 full-fledged expositions, earth ramparts, picturesque parks and a pond, a church with the reliquary of princes Svyatopolk-Mirsky.
The Mir castle complex is an object with a well-developed infrastructure: two conference halls for the high-level events, a hotel with16 rooms, a restaurant with the dishes of an ancient cuisine, a souvenir shop presenting products of Belarusian masters.
Along with traditional excursions the museum also provides theatrical.
Musical and knight festivals, as well as arts and crafts festivals are traditionally held at the concert grounds of the Mir castle complex.