Krakow

Dworek Białoprądnicki Cultural Centre

  ul. Papiernicza 2 (Krowodrza)      (+48) 12 420 49 50     more than a year ago
A magnificent piece of architecture just outside Kraków’s Old Town, Dworek Białoprądnicki was built in the 16th century as a summer residence for the Bishop of Kraków. Resembling a Renaissance villa, the palace and estate quickly became a lively meeting ground of diplomats, poets and thinkers. Restored in the 70s, it has since enjoyed a return to its role as cultural centre and meeting place for over thirty years.

Occupying several buildings, Dworek Białoprądnicki offers a variety of cultural and educational activities for children, teens and adults, including regular theatre performances, chamber music concerts, puppet shows, photography and journalism workshops, music lessons, film clubs and more. In addition to an ever-changing gallery promoting young artists, a professional music studio and a restaurant, the manor grounds are also a regular meeting place of many organisations and host innumerable events.
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Box office open 07:30 - 17:00; Thu, Fri 07:30 - 15:30. Closed Sat, Sun.

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