Galeria Bielska BWA is accessible every second Monday of the month from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Quieter hours on every second Monday of the month for neurodivergent visitors are designed to provide greater access fot people on the autism spectrum, hypersensitive and beyond. 

To make the experience of the visiting exhibition more comfortable for neurodivergent visitors Galeria Bielska BWA launched a public program called "Quiet Mondays" every second Monday of the month (except November). Audio and video works with loud noises and flashing lights will be turned off.

We invite you to attend! Suitable for all ages, with a low tolerance for stimuli who are unable to visit the gallery during regular hours because they would become overwhelmed or overstimulated. You are welcome to visit with a friend, partner, family member or support companion.

Admission to exhibitions is free during Quiet Mondays.

During Quit Monday, you can book a guided tour provided by one of our specially trained guides. We offer the tours for small groups. To book your place, please email:

The exhibitions and displays change periodically. Current exhibitions available >>

Program duration: May to December 2024, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Making a gallery welcoming, safe and inclusive, in our ongoing efforts to provide an inclusive experiences at Galeria Bielska BWA, we create and offer specialized programs for specific audience needs, including visitors with autism, visitors who are Deaf or hard of hearing, toddlers and babies under two years-old withs adults (Karolina Zięba's series: "Guided Tours – Bringing babies to Exhibitions"), for older adults (the "Silver Horizon of Art" meetings led by Ala Gocka), including visitors with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia (the Memory Museum workshops) and byond. For visitors from Ukraine, we organize guided tours in Ukrainian (Julia Ogińska).