The Music District is one of the most interesting urban planning solutions of the city, and one of the most charming and quietest corners of Bydgoszcz. The main point of the district is the expansive Jan Kochanowski Park, full of statues of eminent composers, surrounded on all sides by great architecture and buildings housing institutions of culture.
Music resounds in the park from the Neo- Classical building of the Pomeranian Philharmonic and the Neo-Baroque building of the Academy of Music.
The Music District is also famous for the Polish Theatre together with one of the symbols of the city, the sculpture of the "Archer Lady" by F. Lepcke (1910). In the vicinity of the park there are several outstanding examples of Art Nouveau in the form of fine villas and townhouses designed by renowned architects of their times.