About 500m south of the centre, the Szymanowski Museum highlights the life and work of the early-modern Polish composer Karol Szymanowski (1882–1937). Though he’s practically unknown outside Poland, Szymanowski is considered the country’s second-greatest composer after Chopin. The setting is the wooden Willa Atma, where Szymanowski lived for several years at the end of his life. The museum also hosts regular piano recitals of Szymanowski's music.