New Synagogue Memorial
This memorial marks the site of the New Synagogue, built in 1872. It was the country's second-largest synagogue, until it was torched on...
Fascinating sculpture depicting a group of seven bronze pedestrians literally being swallowed into the pavement, only to re-emerge on...
White Stork Synagogue
The restored White Stork Synagogue, built in 1829, is a reminder that this city was once home to more than 20,000 Jews.
Housed in a modern glass and concrete building, the Polish Theatre is the major mainstream venue in town, staging classic Polish and...
Old-fashioned Polish and Jewish cooking in an elegant but unfussy setting. The goose in cranberry sauce can't be topped, though the...
ul Piłsudskiego 19 · interesting places nearby
Hear classical music at this venue, located 800m southwest of the Rynek.