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Openning hours

when you can visit us:


In summer season:
(April – October)
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Thursday 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Monday – closed
Exploseum openning hours
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday - 9.00 – 17.00
Thursday - 9.00 – 19.00
Monday – closed
Visiting with guide:
9.30 – 12.00, 11.30 – 14.00, 12.30 – 15.00, 14.30 – 17.00
16.30 – 19.00 (on Thursdays)


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exhibitions & events:




 

Leon Wyczółkowski District Museum in Bydgoszcz
Informatorium
8 Mennica Street

The “Old Miller’s House,” serving as a residence for mill workers, was built before 1774. In the early 19th century, it was demolished and replaced with the present, single-story building. In 1945, just like the granaries on the Młyńska Island, it became the property of the State Treasury, being leased by the State Grain Works until 1974. Starting from 1975, it had been leased and in 1997, it became the property of the Leon Wyczółkowski Regional Museum in Bydgoszcz, designated initially for Departments of Ethnography and Archeology. Today, there is an information office of the Museum.

Leon Wyczółkowski District Museum in Bydgoszcz
Department of Arts
Modern Art Gallery
Red Granary
8a Mennica Street

In 1786-88, a watermill with six flour milling lines (known as Panzer’s Mill) was built in the southeast part of the Młyń­ska Island. In 1828, it was reconstructed; three new flour lines and millstones were added, among others. The present building was constructed in 1861 as a steam-powered mill with eight milling lines. It was called Camphaus’ Mill, although its red facade made that it is known today as the Red Granary. After 1945, it became the property of the State Treasury, leased by the State Grain Works until 1974. Starting from 1979, it had been leased and in 1997, it became the property of the Leon Wyczółkowski Regional Museum in Bydgoszcz. Due to its bad technical condition, mainly seasonal exhibitions of contemporary art had been presented here. Today, it houses the Modern Art Gallery.





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