Things to see and do
Art, culture and more in Lodz
Lodz, Poland’s third-largest city, is an economic, academic and commercial hub as well as a cultural centre with a vivid atmosphere that includes several dozen festivals, such as:
• Explorers Festival
• Fashion Philosophy Fashion Week Poland
• Light Move Festival
• Tansman Festival
• Fotofestival Lodz
• Geyer Music Factory
• Impact Festival
• Biennale of Lodz
• Lodz Design Festiwal
• International Festival of Comics
• International Festival of Music Producers Soundedit
When you are in Lodz...
...It is worth visiting the places that testify to the dynamic development of the city – liie the recently opened EC1, a centre of art and entertainment and the very heart of the New City Center project, as well as Art Inkubator, a unique space for the creative industry.
Hungry for sport, music and other spectacular event experiences?
Then you should certainly visit the Atlas Arena, one of the most modern venues in Poland.
Lodz is the place to be for connoisseurs of modern art.
The hotel itself is a gallery of contemporary Polish art and hosts a new exhibition opening several times a year. Art lovers should also check out the experimental exhibition space ms2, with its vast collection of 20th and 21st century art, and stop to see the Gallery of Urban Forms, a trail of mural paintings that is one of the biggest city art projects in Europe.
What about classic museums?
Those who crave contact with the classics should visit the Film Museum at Scheibler’s Palace or the Museum of the City of Lodz. The Detka Sewer Museum literally gives visitors a look at the city from the inside. The Central Museum of Textiles features everything related to the process of textile manufacturing, from materials to manufacturing techniques and technologies to textile products.