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Zamek Ujazdowski

Warsaw, Poland
4.7 / 9
The former residence of the Saxon elector and King Augustus II, an exact copy of the building of the XVII century, which was destroyed during the Second World War. Since 1975, the castle began to be restored from the very foundation, in 1981 the Center for Contemporary Art opened on its territory. Nowadays, Uyazdovsky Castle has become a venue for numerous creative festivals, screenings of auteur cinema, art salons and photo exhibitions.
Zamek Ujazdowski
Address:Jazdów 2, Warszawa
Phone:+48 22 628 12 71
Hours:monday: Closed tuesday: 12:00–19:00 wednesday: 12:00–19:00 thursday: 12:00–21:00 friday: 12:00–19:00 saturday: 12:00–19:00 sunday: 12:00–19:00

Dmitry Lvov

Beautiful building with very questionable art inside. This is not for everyone to understand.

Eylul Beyazit

Great museum! We spend like 3 hours here and totally worth it!

Emma Hämäläinen

Interesting place, but usually crowded.

Paweł Dygas

I always enjoy contemporary art installations displayed here.

Przemek Pyszczek

Great place, too bad it’s being ruined by a right wing director that was hand picked by the government! Enjoy!

Eghor Ferrendotti

artistic place next to the beautiful park of Warsaw.

Zenon Zolek

Wonderful piece of history

Jim M

Must see park and castle. Nice interior with interesting details.

Helmut Dons Olieslagers

Very beautiful place in the park. A beautiful park for walking with family and children or alone. You need to visit this place in Warschau for sure. T.. Read more »

laimutis vaicys

Easy to come and park a car, very interesting contemporary art instalations, very delicious cafe at the cafeteria and book store, where you can find m.. Read more »

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