Today opened until
Sunset at 19:19
You can visit exhibitions of contemporary art here, enter the 19th century interiors of Józef Brandt’s Palace, relax in the historical park or watch artists in the course of creating. The Centre of Polish Sculpture offers exhibition spaces in the museum building, the orangery, the chapel and coach-house, sculpture studios for artists: the foundry, smithy, ceramic and woodworking studios. It is also a collection of Polish sculpture, a centre of artistic documentation and a library. The permanent exhibition in the Sculpture Park showcases works of outstanding sculptors – Magdalena Abakanowicz, Tony Cragg, Krzysztof M. Bednarski, Maciej Szańkowski, Teresa Murak and others. After the visit you can stop at our café to have home-made dinner.
The Centre of Polish Sculpture has its seat in Orońsko, situated 120 km south of Warsaw, 180 km north-east of Krakow, 15 km south-west of Radom.
From Warsaw and Krakow – by car
The S7 route facilitates a convenient access to the Centre of Polish Sculpture. The exit to Orońsko is at the junction Radom-Południe and is marked with a road sign to Orońsko. Now your journey from Warsaw takes under 1.5 hours, and about 2 hours from Krakow.
From Warsaw – public transport
Coaches towards Radom and Kielce leave from Warszawa Zachodnia station.
From Radom or Szydłowiec – public transport
In Radom, private lines (buses) leave from the parking opposite the coach station, direction - Szydłowiec and Skarżysko-Kamienna. From Szydłowiec – direction Radom.
Railway transport only goes as far as Radom or Szydłowiec.