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Łempicka – organizational changes
In view of the great interest in the ŁEMPICKA exhibition, for which we are delighted and for which we thank you, and in order to make your visit to the exhibition more efficient and enjoyable, we would like to provide you with some organisational information and inform you about the changes we have decided to introduce in the last months of the exhibition:
The exhibition opening hours will be extended on Fridays and Saturdays until 8 pm. On other days of the week, the hours during which the exhibition is available do not change. The opening hours will change from 20 January. The change does not apply to the other exhibitions in the Main Building.
We encourage you to use the tickets you have already purchased. Due to the remaining duration of the exhibition, i.e. until 12 March 2023, and the high level of interest in it, please do not put off your visit until the last moment.
Due to the large number of group reservations already made, in order to streamline the visit to the exhibition, we have dropped the possibility of booking a visit. Groups that have already booked will be served without change, meaning that they will visit the exhibition at specific times, without having to wait in line.
Visitor limits are in place at the exhibition due to conservation requirements and the protection of the objects on display, as well as the comfort and safety of visitors, resulting in queues before entering the exhibition. We therefore recommend that the exhibition of Tamara Łempicka's works be visited on weekdays if possible, as a large proportion of visitors choose weekends for this purpose. The waiting time for the exhibition is then extended and can be up to two hours.
The average waiting time for the exhibition varies from 30 minutes to 1 hour, staff regularly keep you informed about it. Therefore, please allow extra time when planning your visit to the museum.
We ask for your understanding; we are making every effort to ensure that all of you can visit the exhibition in a comfortable environment, while ensuring the safety of the works.