Centre of Figurative & Graphic Arts
Displays temporary exhibits of drawings and graphic arts, including works by Tadeusz Kulisiewicz (1899–1988), a Kalisz-born artist known...
Head for the tower of the Town Hall . There are fine views from the top, and an exhibition relating the history of Kalisz.
St Nicholas’ Church
The St Nicholas’ Church dates from the 13th century and was originally Gothic, but has been modernised several times. The painting of...
Centre of Culture & Arts
This institution a block southeast of the Rynek hosts a variety of events, including screenings of art-house movies.
Maleńki means tiny, a fitting title for this diminutive cafeteria not far west of Plac Jana Pawła II. It’s the best place in town for...
Plac Jana Pawła II 3 · interesting places nearby
Collegiate Church information
The Collegiate Church is a typical example of a lavish Catholic church, built in 1353 and rebuilt in the 18th century. It boasts a baroque interior flooded with gilt and glitter and is a popular pilgrimage site thanks to an allegedly miraculous picture of the Holy Family, dating from the 17th century.