Zajezdnia History Centre

ul. Grabiszyńska 184
Zajezdnia, fot. Marcin Jędrzejczak

Zajezdnia History Centre is a meeting place as well as a cultural institution. Financed by the Polish ministerial resources and foreign funds, among others, from Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Norway. The project inaugurated in 2015 comprises the renovation of the historic complex of post-industrial facilities in Grabiszyńska st. 184. The buildings are planned to host themed exhibitions dedicated to the post-war Wrocław and Lower Silesia from 1945 until the present day. The Polish partners are responsible for the main exhibition entitled „Wrocław 1945–2016” which will open together with the opening of the Depot itself, on the 16 September 2016. Its centre will be composed of multimedia expositions dedicated to the relocation of people from the Eastern marches of Poland as well as to, for instance, Orange Alternative, and events related to the Wrocław Solidarity movement. The Norwegian partners conduct a survey in relation to the support for the Solidarity organized by Norwegians. The collected material will be part of the main exhibition. The centre Ośrodek Pamięć i Przyszłość will be responsible for the museum’s equipment and substantial supervision.

Public transport: trams number 4, 5 and 24 (get off at Bzowa/Centrum Zajezdnia), bus number 134 Bzowa (get off at Centrum Zajezdnia)

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