“Wycieczka z przewodnikiem” travel agency organizes a trip to Łódź on October 16 – 17, 2021, and we are going with them!
Cost of the trip: PLN 420.00 per person
5:45 – Meeting of participants in the central parking lot at the railway station.
6.00 – 13.00 – Transfer on the route Koszalin – Łódź. Guided tours. The program includes: Piotrkowska promenade, Manufaktura, Izrael Poznański’s Palace, Księży Młyn, Łódź Fabryczna station, white factory, murals, Radegast station, synagogue.
Transfer to the hotel in Łódź around 19.00. Accommodation. Dinner.
After dinner, time is available to the group.
8.30 – Breakfast.
10.00 – Check out.
Transfer to the Cinematography Museum.
The Cinematography Museum in Łódź is the only one in Poland that protects monuments in the field of technology, art and film culture. It has been operating independently since April 1, 1986, although it was actually established ten years earlier as the Film Culture Department at the Museum of the History of the City of Łódź. Its founder and first director (until 2000) was Dr. Antoni Szram.
The museum is occupied not only by the palace (former residence of the factory owner Karol Scheibler), but also the magnificent building of the former coach house adjacent to it (today, equipped with the latest generation projection equipment, a cinema with an intimate audience for about 70 seats) and the former stable, now housing studios and some warehouses and office and administration rooms.
Central Museum of Textiles – the idea to create a textile museum in Łódź, which had been the country’s largest textile industry center since the 19th century, was born as early as 1946. Six years later (1952), the Weaving Department was established at the Łódź Art Museum. Its collections were systematically growing, and the exhibitions organized not only in the halls of the Museum of Art, but also in other cultural institutions, were becoming more and more popular. In 1955, the Weaving Department gained a new seat – Ludwik Geyer’s White Factory. The impressive complex of classicist buildings, which is one of the most beautiful monuments of industrial architecture in Poland, required a thorough renovation and adaptation. 5 years later, the Museum of the History of Textiles became an independent institution. In 1975 the name was changed to the Central Museum of Textiles, in 2013 it was extended and from then on the full name is the Central Museum of Textiles in Łódź. 15.30 – Lunch.
Return to Koszalin at night.
The program is framework. It is possible to change the order of places visited and introductions.
THE PRICE INCLUDES:
entry tickets to visited sites: the Cinematography Museum, the Central Museum of Textiles,
1 night at a hotel in Łódź (rooms for 2-3 persons),
board (1 breakfast, 1 dinner, 1 lunch),
local guide around Łódź,
guide at the Museum of Cinematography,
guide at the Central Museum of Textiles,
care of a pilot / guide on the route and during the stay,
fee for the tourist guarantee fund,
fee for the tourist aid fund,
(If the group of 40 people is not gathered, the tour will not take place.
Earlier payments will be refunded.)
We encourage you to take part in the trip!
Registration: Marcin Machocki +48 692 455 178