Museum of Fantastic Art

The world of Polish fantasy/surrealist art is both as mesmerising as it is confronting, and its unique style and construct of emotions have become recognised internationally. That being said, a gallery solely devoted to this important artistic scene has never existed until now! Residing within the grounds of Plac Koneser in Warsaw's Praga district, the Museum of Fantastic Art has regularly changing exhibitions which have included the works of such popular artists as Zdzisław Beksiński, Jerzy Duda-Gracz, and Wiesław Wałkuski.

While that would otherwise be sufficient content for such a gallery, this unique art space celebrates the successive generation of Polish fantastic artists. Some of the other names that the museuem has featured are Maksymilian Novak-Zempliński, Tomasz Alen Kopera, Dariusz Zawadzki, Jacek Szynkarczuk, and Józef Gielniak, individuals who have drawn upon the legacy of their predecessors to push the boundaries even further and bring an impressive new quality to this unique artistic circle. Most of the works of art on display have never been presented to the public before, which is yet another reason why this exhibition a must-visit for art lovers in Warsaw!

The museum is currently featuring work from Polish artist Mariusz Krawczyk titled Carnival of Souls. Current and future exhibitions are announced on the museum's website.

The Museum of Fantastic Art is a modern, air-conditioned space, with facilities adapted for disabled visitors. Underground parking at the Praga Koneser Centre is available, with the first hour free of charge! 


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Facilities for disabled


Dworzec Wileński




Open 11:00-19:00.

Price/Additional Info

Admission 40/30zł.


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