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Offer for the guests of the Camerimage Festival

10.11.2017

The Leon Wyczółkowski Regional Museum in Bydgoszcz has a pleasure to inform that within the joint cooperation with the organizers of the International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography CAMERIMAGE, all accredited guests of the Festival receive a 50% discount for purchase of normal and group admission tickets. The discount (given after showing the Festival ID) will be in force throughout the duration of the festival and will apply to all facilities and exhibitions of the Regional Museum. You are cordially invited.

Information about the museum exhibitions:

 

  1. Archeological Collection,  ul. Mennica 2

 

In the Borderland Between Wielkopolska and Pomerania. Bydgoszcz and its environs since the dawn of time

 

The exhibition shows the earliest history of our region, from the beginning of settlement (ca. 12,000 – 10,000 B.C.) until the period of migration of the nations (5th-6th c.).  Presented artifacts will be coming from the regions of Krajna, Kuyavia and Pałuki, and the majority of them are in the collection of the Leon Wyczółkowski Regional Museum in Bydgoszcz. Remains of material culture over centuries will be shown in the exhibition, including various tools, decorations, weaponry, and everyday articles. Visitors will be able to trace back technological transitions and evolution of human thought, which gradually aimed at taming the environment and improvement of quality of life. Artifacts and numerous reconstructions will be presented over various epochs and prehistoric periods. In order to go on this “unique time travel,” the organizers plan to install modern forms of media, allowing the visitor to actively participate in touring the exhibition and broaden knowledge on any field of interest. On the other hand, various multimedia and interactive forms provide to visitors comfort in acceptance of messages and create an opportunity for active participation in a visit.

 

 In the City of Bydgost. Mysteries of life of early medieval residents of Bydgoszcz and its area

 

The exhibition presents material culture seen through many aspects of social and spiritual life of early medieval residents of Bydgoszcz and its area. The exhibition features tools, ornaments, weaponry and everyday articles.

 

 

  1. European Money Center, ul. Mennica 4

History and the present state of the Mill Island

 

The Mill Island, a river island surrounded by waters of the Brda River occupying a total area of 6.5 ha, due to its situation in the proximity of the Old Market Square, is a very unique site in Europe. In the past, this part of the city served as its business zone, featuring first its famous mint and later a milling industry center. Along with gradual diminishing of the industrial character of the Island, it has been transitioned to a venue of cultural events. These days, as a result of revitalization works carried out in the area, the Mill Island fulfills exclusively social, cultural, entertainment and tourist functions.

 

 Bydgoszcz Mint

 

It is a historical exhibition, comprising almost a hundred years of the history of the Bydgoszcz Mint. It presents the process of coin minting, blacksmith’s tools, crucibles, minting stamps, scales, and treasury box.

The basement presents an illustrated process of coin minting, based on replicas of stained glass windows from the mint of Constance. In addition, the exhibition presents a 100-ducat coin dating from 1621 in 3D technology, which is regarded as one of the most beautiful coins of Europe and new gold Zygmunt III Waza ducat from 1968.

The aim of this exhibition is to present monetary systems operating in Europe from the mid-18th century until the early to mid-19th century with an emphasis on the period of the Napoleonic Wars. It is also designed to present the economic functions of money in those times. The exhibition comprises coins and notes from France, Poland, Prussia, Austria, Russia, as well as coins circulating in the Free City of Danzig. The narrative opens with the French Revolution (1789) and Partitions of Poland (1772-1795) and concludes with the implementation of the Congress of Vienna treaty (1815). The central theme of the exhibition, though, is the period of the Duchy of Warsaw.

 

  1. Modern Art Gallery, ul. Mennica 8

 

 

Modern Art Gallery

 

The exhibition presents the most representative artworks in the collection of the Bydgoszcz Museum. A chronological-problem layout features styles, trends and creative attitudes in Polish art in the past hundred years, including the group of École de Paris artists, avant-garde groups of the twenty-year interwar period, Colourism, expressive abstraction and matter painting, geometric expression and accompanying it conceptual reflection, new figuration, photorealism, surrealist-metaphorical trend, and critical art.

 

Masters

 

We invite you to visit the exhibition showing some of the most significant works – paintings and sculptures – dating from the XVIII to the beginning of XX century, in the collection of the Leon Wyczółkowski District Museum in Bydgoszcz. An exhibition together with Modern Art Gallery, which is situated in the same building, presents evolution of Polish art over the course of centuries.

 

 

  1. The House of Leon Wyczółkowski, ul. Mennica 7

 

 The Work of Leon Wyczółkowski

 

The Regional Museum has one of the biggest collections of paintings, drawings and graphic art of Leon Wyczółkowski in Poland. The exhibition presents works of the artist, supplemented by a collection of numerous documents, an extensive photographic archive, personal memorabilia and exhibits in the form of the artist’s studio and furniture coming from his manor house in Gościeradz. This collection has been systematically expanded by a number of acquisitions and deposits.

 

  1. Granaries on the Brda River, ul. Grodzka 7-11

 

 From the Old Market Square to Wolności Square. Walking the Streets of the Interwar Bydgoszcz

 

This interactive exhibition presents the interwar, multicultural Bydgoszcz. It features topics regarding cultural heritage, economic foundation, as well as complexity and diversity of processes and events that supported development of the city on the Brda River along with the dynamics of changes taking place in it.

 

 

  1. Exploseum — War Technology Center DAG Fabrik Bromberg, ul. Alfreda Nobla

 

It is a unique example of industrial architecture preserved almost unchanged since the period of World War II. The tour route, with about 2 kilometers in length, goes through 8 buildings connected by underground corridors. Exploseum is a modern narrative museum, in which multimedia accompany the traditional forms of exhibition. 

 

DAG Bromberg labor camps

The exhibition shows everyday life of forced laborers in German camp in Bydgoszcz during the II World War. It focuses on difficulties faced by multinational and multicultural community.

Addresses of buildings open to visitors:

  • Granaries on the Brda River – ul. Grodzka 7-11, Mill Island
  • Archeological Collection – ul. Mennica 2, Mill Island
  • European Money Center – ul. Mennica 4, Mill Island
  • The House of Leon Wyczółkowski – ul. Mennica 7, Mill Island
  • Modern Art Gallery – ul. Mennica 8, Mill Island
  • Exploseum –, located in the proximity of the Bydgoszcz Park of Industry and Technology, ul. Alfreda Nobla

Opening hours: 

  • Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
  • Thursday  9:00 am – 6:00 pm
  • Saturday, Sunday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
  • Monday – closed
  • Exploseum : closed on Monday; other days of the week, 8:00 am – 4:00 pm; There are special rules for visiting with guide, tel. 883366056. Individual visiting start at 9:30 am

 

 

 

 




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