Kazimiera Illakowiczowna Flat and Workshop


The Museum was set up in the flat where the poet lived from 1948 until her death. The exhibition attempts to recreate the atmosphere of this room during the poet's lifetime.

Kazimiera Iłłakowiczówna (1892-1983) was a Polish poet, prose writer and translator. Started writing poetry in 1905 and received the national poetry award in 1935.

A 2017

Opening hours

Thu. 4pm.-6pm.

Friday 10am.-12pm.

Admission free on

every day


The studio is divided into 2 sections. The first contains an exhibition of literary and iconographic materials and mementoes of the poet's life and work, including the first edition of "The Flights of Icarus", her literary debut from 1911.
The second part of the studio is an authentic mock-up of the interior of the poet's flat. Everything remains exactly as it was during Kazimiera Iłłakowiczówna's lifetime - equipment, books, paintings and other objects used in daily life.

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