Current exhibitions

Dear visitors,

before your visit to Galeria Bielska BWA please read the information about opening hours, admission ticket prices, facilities in the building, accessibility and how to get to the gallery.

The gallery is open every day: 10.00 - 18.00

Gallery offices are open Monday to Friday: 08.00 - 16.00

Admission

Regular ticket 6 PLN

Concession ticket* 3 PLN

Banialuka ticket** 1 PLN

Free admission on Wednesday, Sunday and Public Holidays

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Free admission for:

- visual artists

- students of Secondary Art School in Bielsko-Biała (upon presentation of a valid School ID)

- Polish Army soldiers in uniform

- patients of mental hospitals in Bielsko-Biała (accompanied by carer)

* Concession available upon presention of a valid ID document for:

- school children and students

- members of the Polish Pensioners and Invalids Association, War Invalids and War Veterans

- employees of the Polish Ministry of Culture and associated cultural institutions

- members of the Polish Artists/Photographers Associations, the Art Historians Association, Polish Architects Association

** Ticket holders of a Banialuka Puppet Theatre performance on the same day

How to get here

Galeria Bielska BWA is located in the centre of Bielsko-Biała at the corner of 3-Maja street and Sienkiewicza street.
The gallery is a 10-minute-walk from Bielsko-Biała main railway station and the bus & coach terminus.

Facilities

Free cloakroom facilities are available in reception.
Toilets are located on the mezzanine and first floor.

The Café Club Aquarium is located on the first floor and is open every day from 10am. It offers a wide variety of hot and cold drinks, snacks and refreshments. Café Club also provides magazines, periodicals and books to browse as well as a kids’ corner with games and activities for children.
More about Café Club Aquarium >>

Disabled Access

Internal access between galleries is by stairs only. However, for wheelchair users, the lower exhibition hall is accessible via the main entrance and the upper exhibition hall is accessible via the rear entrance of the gallery on Mickiewicza street. The gallery staff will be pleased to facilitate anyone who needs assistance.
 
Some exhibitions organise a special tour for blind and visually impaired people. Information about these exhibitions is publicised on the gallery website in advance.
 
Visitors who require extra assistance or specialist facilities can either speak to a member of staff when they arrive at the Museum or book in advance. If you require a guide to assist you around the building, please book in advance. Unfortunately, assistance cannot be guaranteed to visitors who do not book in advance.

Discounts in Galeria Bielska BWA

Euro26 >>
Bielsko-Biała City Card >>