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  • Basilica of St. Vincent de Paul

    Basilica of St. Vincent de Paul, Bydgoszcz, fot. R.Sawicki

    St. Vincent de Paul Basilica Minor, built between 1925 and 1939, is the largest church in Bydgoszcz, and one of the largest in Poland. The Basilica is a monumental building designed by the Polish architect Adam Ballenstaedt and modeled on the Roman Pantheon.

  • Museum of Waterworks

    Museum of Waterworks, Bydgoszcz, fot. R.Sawicki

    The first Polish Museum of Waterworks located in Las Gdański water intake and Water Tower in Szwederowo district. The museum was established within the EU project "Environmental education based on historic buildings - pumps and water-tower", implemented under the Regional Operational Project for the years 2007 - 2013.

  • Church of the Poor Clares

    Church of the Poor Clares, Bydgoszcz, fot. R.Sawicki

    According to the generally applicable rules of the Middle Ages, the Poor Clares, Carmelite and Bernardine monasteries were located outside the city limits, outside the area bounded by the walls of the city, the branches of the Brda, Młynówka and the castle moats.

  • Town Hall

    The Bydgoszcz Town Hall, fot. R.Sawicki

    The Bydgoszcz Town Hall is the heart of the city. Together with the town church (Fara), its walls and gates have always been one of the foundations of the medieval city. The current City Hall building also has a nearly 400-year-long history.

  • Find the 18th Meridian East

    fot. R.Sawicki

    What connects Bydgoszcz with Dubrovnik, Stockholm or Cape Town? The 18th meridian east runs through these cities. Its exceptionality consists in the fact that it helped cartographers draw flat maps.

  • Bydgoszcz Convention Bureau

    Bydgoszcz Convention BureauHow can we support you in organising a meeting in Bydgoszcz:

    * Consulting at planning an event (choosing a perfect venue from the vast array of conference centres, hotels, academic venues and unique venues, as well as right accommodation, at the right price)

    * Contact with local service providers (coordinating your site inspection, putting you in touch with all the right people and places)

    * Tourist information desk in the place of the meeting

    * Providing introduction to Bydgoszcz (promotional materials about the city, information on events and activities for your delegates and partners)

    * Promoting your event in the internet

    Contact us:

    ul. Batorego 2
    +48 52 340 45 50
    convention@visitbydgoszcz.pl
    www.visitbydgoszcz.pl

     

    -->> Event Venues in Bydgoszcz(pdf)

     

  • Learn about the “explosive” history of Bydgoszcz

    The secret of the mysterious ruins lay hidden in the Bydgoszcz Forest for fifty years. Only the older residents, remembering the times of the Second World War, knew that several kilometres from the operating chemical plant and newly developed industrial park, there was a place known for inhuman forced labour involving over 40,000 workers of the former DAG Fabrik Bromberg.

     

    Bydgoszcz | Exploseum MOB | fot. Wojciech WoźniakIn 2008, the decision was made to transform part of the area into a museum. Out of several hundred buildings that in 1939-1945 were part of a huge concern providing the Third Reich with nitroglycerin, trinitrotoluene and smokeless powder, a dozen or so were separated and connected by tunnels. They are created by two twin lines NGL – Betrieb, i.e. nitroglycerin production. One of them was designated as a museum – Exploseum, while the second one, as a permanent ruin, shows the mark left by time on the buildings and preserves their original look.

    A visit to the Exploseum provides extensive knowledge on military technology. A tour through its myriad, murky and concrete corridors will certainly be remembered for a long time.

    Exploseum | Bydgoszcz | atrakcje Exploseum | Bydgoszcz
    When: Exploseum is open from Tuesday to Sunday, between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm. Due to the unique nature of this place, children under the age of six are not admitted. Visiting is organized as guided tours and takes about two hours. Therefore, visits should be scheduled by phone. Werecommend wearing comfortable shoes. The facility welcomes disabled visitors.

    Where: The Museum is situated on the outskirts of the city, in Bydgoszcz Industrial Park. It can be easily accessed by car. Passing through the gate, you will see signs which will guide you to the destination. Tourist can also use public transport. Bus no. 68 runs twice a day to the Exploseum (before guided tours at 9:30 am and 12:30 pm). There is also  the possibility of self exploring Exploseum (without guide).

    NOTE! Before arriving at the Exploseum, please schedule the time of the visit by phone (tel. +48 883 366 056).

  • Targi Bydgoskie SAWO Sp. z o.o.

    For over 25 years, The company has been involved in organization of trade fairs, exhibitions, conferences, business trips and economic missions, as well as comprehensive preparation of individual and group participation of Polish companies in trade shows hosted abroad. In addition, Company offer consulting in the scope of acquiring financing from European funds within national and regional programs as well as preparation of applications for grants to various projects, in particular the ones regarding participation of companies in domestic and foreign fairs.

  • Bydgoszcz Fair and Exhibition Center

    Bydgoszcz Fair and Exhibition Center, fot. R.Sawicki

    Bydgoszcz Fair and Exhibition Center was founded in 2009 on the beatiful grounds of Leśny Park Kultury i Wypoczynku "Myślęcinek" in response to the needs of the organizers of fairs and exhibitions. Located in the picteresque surroundings of greenery and water, in the vicinity of the Botanical garden is the perfect place to hold not only fairs and exhibitions, as well as various cultural events and concerts.
  • The trial of the historic water engineering facilities

    Lock no. V, Bydgoszcz Old Canal

    The E-70 water route will take you from Berlin to Bydgoszcz. Here, the water tourist will have an outstanding opportunity to appreciate the scenic views of the city located on the River Brda, the River Vistula and the Bydgoszcz Canal making up the Bydgoszcz Water Route Junction.
    In this guide, you will see that Bydgoszcz is an important site on the water map of Poland (more The history of Bydgoszcz)

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  • 2014 – Year of the Bydgoszcz Canal

    Bydgoszcz Canal

    This year it will have been 240 years since the building of our great Bydgoszcz Canal Because of this, we name it the year of the Bydgoszcz Canal to commemorate the day its construction was complete. Soon, we will present a schedule for all the ‘water craziness’ that will take place in 2014. Please, make sure that you don’t miss it!

  • Pedro's Cup 2014

    HSW Łuczniczka, Bydgoszcz, fot. Robert SawickiIn the last week of January, Bydgoszcz will once more be graced with the visit of worldwide known athletes. During the previous nine meetings, there was a lot of action to be seen and even more excitement among the spectators.

  • Zoological Garden

    ZOO, Bydgoszcz, fot. LPKiW

    The zoo at the "Myślęcinek" Park is the only zoological garden in Poland which specializes in the breeding our regional animal species. Visitors to the Zoological Garden in Bydgoszcz can see representatives of the four classes of animals, namely mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians.

  • Entertainment Park

    Myślęcinek, Bydgoszcz, fot. LPKiW

    Entertainment Park in Myślęcinek offers a wide range of attractions for the whole family. Lost World with the Museum of Paleontology enables you to admire life size dinosaur models. In Macro World you can watch gigantic models of arthropods – from ladybird to mantis. The Amusement Park gives you the possibility of active entertainment on the rope course, playground, rides and relax area with barbeque.

  • The Lost World

    The Lost World, Bydgoszcz, fot. LPKiW

    The educational trail features information boards (where facts about the very origins of life on our planet are presented in an easy- to-understand way) and covers over 5 hectares. The Dinosaur models are arranged in such a way as to illustrate the evolution of species from water to land. The largest of our dinosaurs is the Diplodocus - over 27 meters high!

  • Magic chair

    Magic chair, Bydgoszcz, A. Wróblewski

    Red magic chair is an exhibit fromthe popular children's film (Magic Tree), in which city Bydgoszcz played. This chair, according to the plot of the film is made of magical wood that grants wishes. Exhibit is placed near the playground on the Mill Island.

     

  • Master Twardowski

    Master Twardowski, Bydgoszcz, fot. R. Sawicki

    Every day at 13.13 and 21.13, to the accompaniment of music, Master Twardowski appears in one of the windows of tenement house No. 15 in the Old Market Square. In this building, there was an inn "Gospoda Pod Zgorzelcem". According to the legend, the famous wizard Twardowski had been living there during his visit in Bydgoszcz in 1560.

     

  • Museum of Soap and History of Dirt

    Museum of Soap and History of Dirt in Bydgoszcz, fot. bci

    Museum of Soap and History of Dirt – first in Europe. You can learn more about hygiene and washing history since antiquity, some historic figures: Tomasz Łaziebnik Plugawy or Zabłocki (Polish proverb character). The Museum shows pre-war detergent commercials and informs about how soap is made.

  • The Bydgoszcz Mint

    The Bydgoszcz Mint

    The exhibition is of a historical character, since it covers nearly a century of the mint’s existence. The opening of the exhibition took place on 12 June 2010, and was combined with the celebration of the Bydgoszcz Museum Night. In the first exhibition room we find the spatial arrangement of the Mill Island with the indicated buildings of the mint, the process of coin production illustrated with the illuminated reproductions of stained-glass windows from the mint in Konstanz (stained-glass illusions), selected prints from Georgius Agricola’s work De re metallica and the Encyclopédie by Denis Diderot and Jean le Rond d’Alembert.

     

    The Bydgoszcz Mint.The exhibition also presents such items as blacksmith’s tools allowing the visitors to become familiarized with the tools used in the Bydgoszcz mint, as well as other objects, such as: crucibles, mint stamps, scales, and a case – treasure box, and the items representing material culture (pipes, shoes, jugs and stove tiles) found in the course of excavation works conducted in the area of the former mint by the Regional Institution for Protection of Cultural Historic Monuments in Toruń, Department in Bydgoszcz in the years 1993-1994 and 2006-2009. What will undoubtedly arouse interest among the visitors, is the model of a stylised mint screw used for producing thick coins: thalers and semi-thalers.

    In the other room of the basement we find the exhibition of coins grouped according to their type in a chronological order, produced during the reigns of the kings: Sigismund III Vasa, Władysław IV, John Casimir, Micheal Korybut Wiśniowiecki and John III Sobieski, and borrowed from prestigious Polish numismatic collections of the National Museum in Warsaw, the National Bank of Poland, the Ossolineum in Wrocław, the District Museum in Toruń, the District Museum in Konin and the Castle Museum in Malbork.


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    Apart from small denomination coins such as shillings and triplexes, the mint in Bydgoszcz also produced such high value coins as ducats and their multiples, as well as thalers and semi-thalers. From Bydgoszcz comes the famous golden one-hundred-ducat coin from 1621 of 350 g, believed to be one of the most beautiful European coins. The coin is presented at the exhibition with the use of a modern 3D technique. A multimedia presentation was used to show 30 other selected coins of particular importance for the Bydgoszcz mint. Another interesting exhibit is a register of Polish wages and prices from the turn of the 16th and 17th c.

    The coins from the Bydgoszcz mint reached many remote parts of Europe. They were encountered in Hungary, Moldova, and in the other Balkan areas (Turkey), as well as in Scandinavia and the German Reich. They are retrieved as both single finds and as treasures, the example of which is the presentation of the treasure from Osówiec near Mogilno shown at the exhibition.

    Author: Irena Borowczak
    Location of the exhibition: European Money Centre – 4 Mennica Street on the Mill Island
    Permanent exhibition

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