The largest of our four galleries, located on the mezzanine floor of The Main Railway Station in Wroclaw. The gallery’s programme is created in relation to the context of the site – a 19th-century modern transport terminal – and pursues themes such as travel, migration and communication. Contemporary art and post-artistic activities are presented here in relation to pressing socio-environmental issues such as climate catastrophe and post-industrial reality.
Our place is your place. We are an LGBTQ+-safe zone.
You can bring your dog with you, animals are always welcome here!
You can always ask for water or a hot drink in each of our galleries, as well as use the toilet.
Photographing and filming
Taking photographs and filming for non-commercial purposes is allowed on the premises of the gallery.
Professional photo sessions are possible after a prior written consent of BWA Wrocław. For more information, write to firstname.lastname@example.org
The gallery is situated on the upper level (mezzanine) of the station’s main hall. There are a number of entrances to the building, both from Piłsudskiego Street (north) and the platforms from Dworcowa Street (south). Special care should be taken due to heavy traffic.
The main entrance is open round the clock.
Gallery entry during opening hours only – from Wednesday to Sunday; always from 12 noon, Wed to 8 pm, Thu-Sun to 6 pm, excluding special events like exhibition openings, lectures, meetings, etc. (see here for details).
Parking space availability
Public parking in the station’s underground lot (Level -1), entrance from Piłsudskiego Street.