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Museum of the City of Lodz – the Palace of Izrael Poznański
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The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

In the Museum of the City of Łódź you can see: living quarters and stately rooms, including two exquisite rooms: the Dining Room and the Hall of Mirrors; Pantheon of Great Citizens of Łódź – a cycle of exhibitions devoted to distinguished citizens of Łódź, among others: Marek Edelman, Julian Tuwim, Karl Dedecius, Aleksander Tansman and Artur Rubinstein; exhibition In a common courtyard: Łódź, the melting pot of cultures and religions; temporary exhibitions presenting the history, culture and art of Łódź; a mock-up of the city’s buildings from before WWII.

The Museum of the City of Łódź is not only exhibitions. We regularly organise concerts as well as classes and events aimed at children, teenagers, adults and seniors, both individually and in organised groups. Recognised as one the most beautiful in Łódź, the interiors of Izrael Poznański’s Palace are readily chosen as the venue of congresses, conferences, meetings, photo sessions, film locations and other closed events.The Museum of the City of Łódź is located in a palace that constitutes a part of the empire created by Izrael Poznański, a factory owner. This spectacular residence was originally aimed at manifesting the affluence of the company. Today, it continues delighting both the citizens of Łódź and visitors from all over the world with its beauty, being a must on the trail of tourist attractions and serving as the showpiece of Łódź.

Contact

Location
ul. Ogrodowa 15
91-065 Łódź
Museum Secretary’s Office
Museum Cash Office
Department of Exhibits, Documentation and Protection of Museum Collections
Trip reservation Department of Popularisation and Education
Access

tram lines: 3, 11A, 11B, 2
bus lines: 73, 59, 96
the nearest city bike station: Zachodnia – Manufaktura
the nearest bike parking: Ogrodowa street Museum entrance

Opening hours

(Polski) Z powodu realizacji zdjęć filmowych Muzeum będzie nieczynne w dniach 12-16 marca 2023 r. Przepraszamy za utrudnienia
Poniedziałek closed
Wtorek 09:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Środa 09:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (free of charge)
Czwartek 09:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Piątek 11:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Sobota 11:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Niedziela 11:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

The tickets can be bought only up to 45 minutes before the closing of the museum.

Ticket prices

Individual tickets for all permanent exhibitions
Full price ticket: 20 zł
Reduced ticket: 14 zł
Ticket for the Big Family Card holders*: 14 zł
Family ticket**: 14 zł
Ticket for people with disabilities: 1 zł
Ticket for the group leader: 1 zł
(Polski) Bilet indywidualny wstępu do ogrodu: (Polski) 1 zł

(Polski) Środa jest dniem bezpłatnego wstępu na wystawy stałe.

Individual tickets for all permanent exhibitions - guided tour (only with a previously made reservations)
Full price ticket: 35 zł
Reduced ticket: 25 zł
(Polski) Bilet normalny wraz z oprowadzaniem/lekcją muzealną/warsztatem: (Polski) 7 zł
(Polski) Bilet ulgowy wraz z oprowadzaniem/lekcją muzealną/warsztatem: (Polski) 5 zł
Tickets for members of organized groups*** - all permanent exhibitions
Full price ticket: 18 zł
Reduced ticket: 12 zł
(Polski) Normalny z Kartą Łodzianina: (Polski) 20 zł
(Polski) Ulgowy z Kartą Łodzianina: (Polski) 14 zł
(Polski) Dla osoby z niepełnosprawnością: (Polski) 1 zł
Tickets for members of organized groups*** - with a museum lesson or an art workshop
Full price ticket: 15 zł
Reduced ticket: 11 zł

(Polski) W przypadku chęci rezerwacji terminu rekomendujemy dokonywanie zgłoszeń z przynajmniej 14-dniowym wyprzedzeniem.

(Polski) Bilet dla członków grup zorganizowanych wraz z oprowadzaniem
(Polski) Normalny: (Polski) 22 zł
(Polski) Ulgowy: (Polski) 16 zł

(Polski) W przypadku chęci rezerwacji terminu rekomendujemy dokonywanie zgłoszeń z przynajmniej 14-dniowym wyprzedzeniem.

(Polski) Bilet indywidualny dla zwiedzających ekspozycje stałe w grupie zorganizowanej wraz z lekcją muzealną/warsztatem
(Polski) Bilet normalny: (Polski) 15 zł
(Polski) Bilet ulgowy: (Polski) 11 zł

(Polski) W przypadku chęci rezerwacji terminu rekomendujemy dokonywanie zgłoszeń z przynajmniej 14-dniowym wyprzedzeniem.

(Polski) Bilet indywidualny na ekspozycje stałe wraz z oprowadzaniem
(Polski) Bilet normalny: (Polski) 35 zł
(Polski) Bilet ulgowy: (Polski) 25 zł

(Polski) W przypadku chęci rezerwacji terminu rekomendujemy dokonywanie zgłoszeń z przynajmniej 14-dniowym wyprzedzeniem.

Ticket for temporary exhibition "RM. Roman Modzelewski. The Boat Town Dream
Full price ticket: 5 zł
Reduced ticket: 3 zł

(Polski) Regulamin Sprzedaży Wspólnego Bilet Wstępu MMŁ I CMWŁ

W przypadku chęci rezerwacji terminu weekendowego rekomendujemy dokonywanie zgłoszeń z przynajmniej 14-dniowym wyprzedzeniem.