Villa Czerwony Dwór - worth seeing!

A frame from the perspective of the person standing in the doorway to the room. Rectangular, wooden museum hall. On the right, there are pictures on the walls. On the left, wooden showcases with glazing with museum exhibits.

Czerwony Dwór, located in the heart of Zakopane, is one of the most beautiful and important villas in the Zakopane style. In Czerwony Dwór (the name comes from the color of the roof), there were, among others, Artur Rubinstein, Karol Szymanowski, Rafał Malczewski and Stefan Żeromski. Thanks to EU funding, among others: the beauty of the carvings above the doors and on the porters as well as on the outer walls of the porch has been rediscovered, the surroundings around the villa were developed, where an open-air stage and exhibition space were created. The villa serves as a cultural center promoting native art. Workshops of folk art, lectures and meetings with authors are held here. This is a special place, because visitors can see how everyday objects are made, contributing to to protect declining professions in Podhale and to protect the material and intangible cultural heritage of Zakopane and Podhale.


Name of the beneficiary: Gmina Miasto Zakopane
The title of the project: Modernization of the „Czerwony Dwór” villa for cultural objecitves
The value of co-financing from the European Union: 3,8 mln PLN
Project value: 7,2 mln PLN