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The current rules of functioning of the Museum

Due to the epidemic threat and the need to ensure your safety, our Museum operates under certain conditions. We would like to remind you that after the closure period, we make all branches available to you.
Each of our branches, due to the variety of specifics, is available under newly marked sightseeing paths. There are also restrictions on the number of people who can stay in individual facilities at the same time. Everything is done to be able to provide you with the greatest possible security.
We invite museum guests to:
• Archaeological Collections
Checkout area - 1 person
• European Money Center
Basement - closed to be summoned
Checkout area - 1 person
Ground floor (permanent exhibition "Skarb bydgoski") - 4 people (6 in the case of a family)
Center of Museum Education 
Checkout area - 2 people
Ground floor: workshop room (large) - up to 12 people; workshop room (small) - up to 8 people
1st floor ("Fun with Art" educational space) - closed to be requested
• Modern Art Gallery
Information Center - 2 people
I., II. and III. 1st floor (permanent exhibition "Modern Art Gallery" and temporary exhibition "Mistrzowie") - 15 people in each exhibition room
• Leon Wyczółkowski House
Checkout area - 1 person
Ground floor and first floor (permanent exhibition "Works of Leon Wyczółkowski (1852-1936)") - up to 10 people in the building at the same time
• Granaries 
Checkout area - 3 people
(permanent exhibition "From the Old Market Square to Wolności Square. A walk through the streets of interwar Bydgoszcz") - up to 10 people at the same time in each exhibition room
• Exploseum
Checkout area - up to 15 people at the same time
(permanent exhibition "EXPLOSEUM") - up to 25 people in one building
Temporary exhibitions hall - closed until further notice
We would like to remind you that for the sake of your health, please wear masks, keep your distance and disinfect your hands. The museum staff will take care of safe and comfortable sightseeing.
In the District Museum of Leon Wyczółkowski, sanitary procedures are in accordance with the rules also in other public places. Visiting is only possible with a protective mask covering the nose and mouth, and keeping a safe social distance (2 meters). At the entrance to the building, the Museum staff will show you the places for hand disinfection, and at your request, they will also provide disposable gloves. There may be a limited number of people on each building at the same time. We also encourage cashless payments. 
We recommend our temporary exhibitions in particular. In the Gallery of Modern Art, you will find the "Mistrzowie" exhibition, which is a show of the most representative works in the collection of the Bydgoszcz Museum by artists such as Jan Matejko, Józef Chełmoński and Stanisław Wyspiański. On the other hand, in the Archaeological Collection, you can see the exhibition "Bydgoszcz nie tylko pieniądzem stała", presenting various aspects of the life of the former inhabitants of Bydgoszcz. In particular, the areas that provided the city with splendor, crafts, but also elements that spoke about everyday life and spiritual culture. The exhibits come from the archaeological works conducted in the city in recent years, supplemented with artifacts from the MOB collections. Through this exhibition, we want to bring residents and tourists closer to the history of many generations that built the power and beauty of Bydgoszcz.
During holiday trips, many of us will certainly go for a walk to the city center or to the forest. You can meet our Museum on your way both at the Brda wharf, on the Mill Island or in the heart of the Bydgoszcz Forest! It is worth to stray from the route for a moment and enter a completely different world - the world of history, technology or art. Welcome!

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