Category: Cultural Heritage

The T. Sętowski Museum of Imagination in Częstochowa

The Museum of the Imagination in Częstochowa is an author’s gallery of Tomasz Sętowski, a popular painter and sculptor, sometimes numbered by critics to the genre known as "magical realism." The decor of the museum is to introduce the visitor into the world of the artist's imagination, which is dominated by visions of odd figures and things of fantastic worlds. The works of Sętowski can be found in many Polish and foreign collections.

street Oławska 2
42-200 Częstochowa
Kraków-Częstochowa Jura
in the city/town, in the city/town centre
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: 34 366 66 28
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: museums, expositions/exhibitions
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: admission free
: whole year

Friday: 10 am-6 pm or by prior arrangement

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