Summer excursions By BUS from Warsaw to the Centre of Polish Sculpture in Orońsko


 “the best Henry Moore exhibition in Europe”

 Małgorzata Ziętkiewicz, ”The High C” Polsat News TV show, 9 June 2018


Summer excursions

By BUS from Warsaw to the Centre of Polish Sculpture in Orońsko to the exhibition


The BUS from Warsaw to Orońsko leaves on SUNDAY:

In JULY – 15 and 22 July,

In AUGUST – 12 and 19 August

and  9 September – the last day of the exhibition with a picnic in the Centre’s Sculpture Park.

The bus departs from the parking space of Zachęta – National Art Gallery from the side of Królewska Str. at 10.30 a.m. The return to Warsaw is planned for 7.00 p.m.

The programme includes:

  • A guided tour of the exhibition,
  • workshops for families,
  • games and playtime for children,
  • free time.

The cost of the trip (without lunch):

1 person / 50 PLN. Children under 4 – free of charge.

It is possible to book a two-course lunch for 22 PLN per person. There is also a café in the premises.

To book and sign up for the excursion, please write to:

Persons who have not made a reservation in advance may also join depending on the availability of seats on the bus.

Do you have any questions? Would you like to know more?

Please call: 48 618 40 27 ext. 31 – Monday – Friday, from 10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.

A plan of the trip is available at

Get a group of 5 people and pay only 30 PLN per person.

We kindly ask organised groups of over 5 people (“summer in the city”, summer camps and excursions) to get in touch with us in advance.

Partner of the event:

Zachęta – National Art Gallery

Zachęta Narodowa Galeria Sztuki




Muzeum Sztuki Nowoczesnej

Centrum Sztuki Współczesnej Zamek Ujazdowski.

Centre of Polish Sculpture in Orońsko

Orońsko is located 120 km south of Warsaw, 180 km north-east of Krakow, 15 km south-west of Radom. Visitors can see here exhibitions of contemporary art, visit the 19th c. interiors of Józef Brandt’s palace, or just rest in the historical gardens and observe the work of the artists in residence. The Centre of Polish Sculpture consists not only of exhibition space in the museum’s building and in the winter garden, the chapel and the coach house, but also of casting, blacksmithing, ceramics, and carpentry workshops. Moreover, Orońsko holds a collection of Polish sculptures and acts as a centre for artistic documentation with its own library. Artworks of prominent artists, such as Magdalena Abakanowicz, Tony Cragg, Krzysztof M. Bednarski, Jarosław Kozakiewicz, Maciej Szańkowski and Thorsten Goldberg fill the Sculpture Park. After a tiring tour of the premises, it is possible to book a lunch at our cafeteria or have a cup at our café.

Come and visit us!




21 April – 9 September 2018

Museum of Contemporary Sculpture, The “Orangery” Gallery, Sculpture Park

The Centre of Polish Sculpture in Orońsko is now presenting an exhibition of one of the most prominent world sculptors and a master for many generations of artists of the 20th century. The organic, flowing form of Henry Moore’s works set in the landscape is the artist’s trademark and, at the same time, a symbol of his extraordinary talent of combining art with nature. Along Barbara Hepworth, Moore was the driving force behind the prominence of British sculpture in the last century. Not only is his name mentioned in one breath along such 20th c. artists as Jean Arp or Osip Zadkine, but he is also seen as belonging to a group of the greatest sculptors of all times, such as Michelangelo or Donatello.

The Centre of Polish Sculpture in Orońsko, in cooperation with the Henry Moore Foundation Perry Green, UK,  has organised a presentation of 23 works by the artist. Moore’s two monumental pieces, Oval with Points and Knife Edge Two Pieces, exposed in the park, have never been shown in Poland before. We are also presenting what is Moore’s trademark, i.e. a number of his reclining figures or animalistic works, but also more abstract sculptures, such as a model to the large-format Sheep Piece. Set against the display of Moore’s works are sculptures of Polish 20th c. artists who drew inspiration from the English master: Alina Szapocznikow, Magdalena Więcek, Alina Ślisińska, Tadeusz Łodziana, Barbara Zbrożyna, or Henryk Wiciński, Anna Dębska, Adam Procki, Maria Pinińska-Bereś and Ludmiła Stehnova.


category: News, autor: Dział komunikacji, add: 2018-07-06 13:04:19, read: 148 times
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