Podlaskie. Fuelled by nature. - Culture

Inspired by Podlaskie


Podlaskie Opera and Philharmonic

The most modern centre of culture in this part of Europe. Apart from operas and musicals, it stages symphonic concerts, as well as a wide variety of interactive shows, plays for children and music festivals.

Museum of Icons in Supraśl

An interactive museum which gives an insight into the Eastern Orthodox Church and its fascinating sacral art. It is housed in the 500-year-old Orthodox monastery in Supraśl.

Arsenał Gallery / Białystok

One of the major galleries of modern art in Poland. It presents contemporary art in a variety of media and offers an insight into all the most important and interesting phenomena in current Polish art, while not sidestepping challenges and experiments.

Wierszalin Theatre in Supraśl

An award-winning chamber theatre known all over the world. Immerse in the universe of myths and folklore, presented in an innovative form full of expression. A definite must.

Museum of Agriculture in Ciechanowiec

This open-air museum showcases a disappearing part of our world. It displays meticulously restored wooden architecture, a landowner’s mansion, a working water mill and a unique collection of traditional farming equipment. The museum is open all year long.

January in Podlaskie

Start the year in Podlaskie with sleigh rides and winter kayaking trips. Do not miss the unique opportunity to celebrate Christmas twice in a matter of just 2 weeks – the Catholic and Orthodox use different religious calendars.

Białystok boasts
Poland's oldest tower clock,
which has been in use for 250 years now.
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