A historic building in the heart of the capital on the Royal Route. Formerly, a summer residence of the kings of Poland; today, the seat of the Centre for Contemporary Art. Due to its location and architecture, it is a more than ideal place for organizing conferences, seminars, promotional meetings, banquets or concerts.
- The Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art is also a place where art is created, presented, and documented in all its forms. The Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art pursues its statutory objectives through the organization of exhibitions, theatre performances, performance activities, concerts of contemporary music, screenings of experimental films as well as video art. Apart from visual arts, it also engages in projects related to design, fashion, and architecture. The Centre’s rich and diverse program aims at presenting the newest art in the dynamic process of its transformation. The program is accompanied by creative workshops as well as an educational program directed towards both the general public and students of art schools as well as art history faculties from around Poland.
- Through its activities, the Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art fosters the establishment of contacts, cooperation as well as cultural exchange with countries from around the world. It features the achievements of foreign artists in Poland and presents the achievements of Polish artists abroad.
- Novelty—temporary roofing over the courtyard (from April 1st until November 30th), heating and air conditioning.