The former residence of the Saxon elector and King Augustus II, an exact copy of the building of the XVII century, which was destroyed during the Second World War. Since 1975, the castle began to be restored from the very foundation, in 1981 the Center for Contemporary Art opened on its territory. Nowadays, Uyazdovsky Castle has become a venue for numerous creative festivals, screenings of auteur cinema, art salons and photo exhibitions.
Jazdów 2, Warszawa
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Thank You very much Ms Paulina for good service. All best from Danzig.
Exhibition korean great for kids and quick. Norwegian Odd N. Very controversy and hard pa.. Read more »intings by oil techniques. Last exb. engagelement nice.
I reccomend to see some cinema here. toilet ok, clean place and great building. Price good. Its not a complex of Łazienki instytution so Thursday free , not Fridays. Thank You 🤗🤗❤️❤️
One of the most interesting art galleries for me) It is located between Uyazdovsky park and the Botanical garden of Warsaw University. At first glance, this building is a former palace with a distinctive interior. On the other side, this place looks .. Read more »modern and stylish. It has various temporary exhibitions which do not leave indifferent.
I was lucky enough to enjoy great contemporary installations and performances, and, in particular, the exhibition of famous Ai Weiwei. I highly recommend exploring temporary exhibitions because you can feel a vibe of conceptual and contemporary art here too. Moreover, there are unique temporary sculptures and amazing benches outside the building. The gallery is worth visiting 💯
Ujazdów Castle is a castle in the historic Ujazdów district, between Ujazdów Park and the Royal Baths Park, in Warsaw, Poland. Its beginnings date to the 13th century, and it was rebuilt several times. Like many structures in War.. Read more »saw, it sustained much damage in the Warsaw Uprising 🇵🇱
Like other museums in Poland, it is now an instrument of the government's war on contemporary culture. So if you appreciate conservative cultural polemics it's a good destination.
Great exhibitions, restaurant, garden grounds and book shop. I visited two exhibitions already, one about the situation in Ukraine and one about the political situation in China, very interesting and informative. The bookshops is amazing, looks chaot.. Read more »ic but invites to look around the books, which are polish but also other languages and different subjects. On Thursday the exhibitons are for free.
The perfect traditional old place but theater, cafe, library hidden inside. Must visit palace 🥰
Truly wondeful place. Ujazdów Castle is a historic castle located in the Ujazdów district of Warsaw, Poland. The castle was built in the 17th century as a hunting lodge for King John III Sobieski, and it has undergone several transforma.. Read more »tions and restorations since then.
Worth a visit if you have some time during weekdays or weekends. Please remember as it’s always better to buy the tickets in advance.
A ticket to all exhibitions costs 16 PLN. In total there were three exhibitions that day. One, dedicated to Ukraine, was great, very atmospheric. The other two I don’t even remember, they were a complete disaster. There is also a bookstore .. Read more »and a cafe in the center.
The interior is very scruffy, the chairs were old and broken wooden chairs or wobbily plastic ones. The service very friendly but slow. In the summer is fantastic sitting outside. Reasonable prices for cocktails. The menu looked fine but I did not tr.. Read more »y it.
Great park. Great expositions inside rhe castle.
This is a small museum beside the famous Lazienki park. Has paintaings and video films that are based based on the communisty times in Poland. Thursday is free day. There is also a bookstore where one can find many a books on Poland's political .. Read more »history and probably present too.
Cool modern art museum in beautiful park
Interesting art installations and exhibiotions. In the Ujazdów castle itself, apart from the modern art gallery, there is also a cinema, a café and fine dining restaurant with a view of the western part of Łazienki.
It's a really good place of contemporary art in Warsaw. Also good food in the entire cafe.
It offers a beautiful view of Warsaw as it is on a high place. It also has a hotel and restaurant inside.
I did not enjoy the exhibition but cafeteria is good. If your experience will be as poor as mine you can make it up with a tasty bite ?
If someone is keen on modern art, probably it is an interesting place. I personally would prefer a historical related exhibitions in a such building.
One of the beautiful castles in Warsaw.
Each season is different and very nice!
For many years it witnessed the rise and fall of a city.
If it's chill go first half of a day. If it's hot - second.
Beautiful and peaceful, must visit when going to Warsaw.
Beautiful building with very questionable art inside. This is not for everyone to understand.
Great museum! We spend like 3 hours here and totally worth it!
Interesting place, but usually crowded.
I always enjoy contemporary art installations displayed here.
Great place, too bad it’s being ruined by a right wing director that was hand picked by the government! Enjoy!
artistic place next to the beautiful park of Warsaw.
Wonderful piece of history
Must see park and castle. Nice interior with interesting details.
Helmut Dons Olieslagers
Very beautiful place in the park. A beautiful park for walking with family and children or alone. You need to visit this place in Warschau for sure. The palace is awesome and the park very big.
Easy to come and park a car, very interesting contemporary art instalations, very delicious cafe at the cafeteria and book store, where you can find many different art books in polish or english languages