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DIRECTIONS

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OPENING HOURS

EXHIBITIONS

Mondays: closed

April – September

Tuesday – Friday 12 p.m – 6 p.m.
Saturday – Sunday 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.

* last guided entry – 5.15 p.m.
   last entry without a guide – 5.30 p.m.

October – March

Tuesday – Friday 12 p.m – 5 p.m.
Saturday – Sunday 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.

* last guided entry – 4.15 p.m.
   last entry without a guide -4.30 p.m.

1 and 3 May

11 a.m. – 5 p.m.

CLOSED (BANK HOLIDAYS)

  • 1 and 6 January,
  • Easter (Sunday and Monday),
  • Corpus Christi,
  • 15 August,
  • 1 and 11 November,
  • 25 and 26 December
  • 31 December

OFFICE

Monday – Friday:  9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

 

CLOSED (BANK HOLIDAYS)

  • 1 and 6 January,
  • Easter (Sunday and Monday),
  • Corpus Christi,
  • 15 August,
  • 1 and 11 November,
  • 25 and 26 December

CONTACT INFORMATION:
Silesian Culture Centre
1 Parkowa St.
42-660 Nakło Śląskie
phone:
32 441 60 28
mobile: 505 802 207
e-mail: biuro.cekus@gmail.com

 

TICKETS

ADMISSION FEES

SINGLE TICKET

regular – PLN 12

concessionary – PLN 7 (people with disabilities and over 65, children and youth under 18, students)

 

GROUP TICKET

organised groups (more than 10 people) – PLN 7 per person

guardians of school groups, PTTK guides (upon presenting their ID cards) – PLN 1

FAMILY TICKET

family ticket (max. 2 adults + child/childern under 15) – 17 zł

 

GUIDED TOUR

guide fee – PLN 20 (Polish); PLN 40 (English, German)

We accept card payment.

FREE ENTRANCE

  1. Individuals awarded “Order Orła Białego”, “Order Wojenny Virtuti Militari”, “Order Zasługi Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej”, Medal „Zasłużony Kulturze Gloria Artis”.
  2. Employees of museums listed in the National Register of Museums.
  3. Members of the International Council of Museums (ICOM) or the International Council on Monuments Protection (ICOMOS).
  4. Holders of “Karta Polaka” referred to in the Act of 7 September 2007 on the “Karta Polaka” (Journal of Laws No. 180, item 1280 and of 2008 No. 52, item 305).
  5. Children under 7.
  6. Persons who are over 75 years old.
  7. Carers of disabled people.

Note: free admission every first Friday of the month

DIRECTIONS AND PARKING

ADDRESS

Centrum Kultury Śląskiej w Nakle Śląskim

1 Parkowa St.

42-620 Nakło Śląskie

phone: 32 441 60 28

mobile: 505 802 207

e-mail: biuro.cekus@gmail.com

BY CAR

  • national road 78 from Świerklaniec to Tarnowskie Góry
  • national road (bypass) No. 11 and 78 from Tarnowskie Góry to Świerklaniec

Attention: you get to the palace area from Główna street by the main gate at the former guardhouse (the first gate on your way from Tarnowskie Góry).

 

BY BUS

from Tarnowskie Góry bus terminal:

  • Monday-Friday  lines No. 5 and 192 (every 15 minutes)
  • weekends – 5 (every 30 min)

from Katowice Wolności Square: line No. 5

from Chorzów: line No. 192 (except Saturdays and Sundays)

Bus timetable

BY TRAIN

Train connection

  • Katowice – Tarnowskie Góry / Lubliniec
  • Oświęcim – Tarnowskie Góry / Lubliniec

Train timetable

ACCESSIBILITY

ACCESSIBLE VENUE

The Silesian Cultural Centre in Nakło Sląskie makes every effort to ensure that the building, exhibitions and events are accessible to all visitors. Our staff are available to provide support and assistance during tours and events.

The palace is certified as an “Accessible venue”.

Information for motion-impaired visitors

PARKING

  • due to the historical character of the palace and park, and due to fire safety regulations, there are no designated parking spaces for the disabled,
  • an asphalt road leads from the car park to the building (distance: 150 m),
  • a car can drive up to the door of the building, but it cannot be parked there.

BUILDING

  • at the main entrance there is a ramp for wheelchairs,
  • the entrance door is heavy and opens inwards, behind it there is a second swing door – if you have any problems opening it, please call us or ring the doorbell so that an employee of the Centre can help you,
  • opposite the entrance there is a reception (ticket office) and a shop with books and souvenirs,
  • four marble steps, without handrails, lead to the ground floor, to the Column Hall,
  • in the Column Hall, on the right hand side, there are stairs to the first floor,
    the staircase has wooden handrails on both sides, the landing does not have a handrail,
  • to the right of the main entrance there is a lift suitable for transporting the disabled from the reception area to the ground floor (button No 1) and to the first floor (button No 2)
  • after taking the lift to the ground floor (button no. 1), follow the corridor to the left to the door leading to the Column Hall, where you can start visiting the Palace and the exhibitions,
  • on the first floor (button no. 2) the lift stops at the cloakroom, to visit the exhibitions you need to turn left after leaving the room,
  • accessible toliets are located on the ground floor, in the corridor behind the Count’s Salon and on the first floor, opposite the cloakroom,
  • there are no thresholds between the visiting rooms,
  • the entrance to the “Chapel”, located on the ground floor, is accessible for wheelchairs
  • the doors to the visiting rooms are always open.

Information for visually-impaired visitors

Building Accessibility

  • the entrance door is heavy and opens inwards, behind it, at a distance of 150 m, there is a second swinging door,
  • opposite the entrance there is a reception desk (ticket office) and a shop,
    on the ground floor, there are four marble steps with no handrails leading to the Column Hall,
  • in the Column Hall, on the right side, there are stairs to the first floor,
    the staircase has wooden handrails on both sides, on the landing there are no handrails (no contrasting step markings),
  • to the right of the main entrance there is a lift suitable for transporting the disabled from the reception area to the ground floor (button no. 1) and to the first floor (button no. 2),
  • after taking the lift to the ground floor (button no. 1), follow the corridor to the door on the left leading to the Column Hall, where you can start visiting the Palace and the exhibitions,
  • on the first floor (button no. 2) the lift stops at the cloakroom;  after leaving the lift go straight ahead about 2 metres to the door on the right side of the room, after leaving the cloakroom turn left to the exhibition rooms (please note that there is a staircase on the right hand side),
  • accessible toilets are located on the ground floor, in the corridor behind the Count’s Salon and on the first floor, opposite the cloakroom, second door on the right (if you take the stairs, it is the first door on the right),
  • there are no thresholds or obstacles at head height between the main rooms,
    there is a wheelchair ramp at the entrance to the “Chapel”, which is on the ground floor,
  • the passageways are straight and intersect at right angles,

Information and communication accessibility

  • room markings are clear,
  • no room markings in Braille,
  • the lack of contrasting door markings does not hinder visitors, as the exhibition rooms are always open,
  • all necessary information, e.g. on the layout of the rooms, is given to you verbally by a trained member of the staff,
  • the staff of the Centre will also assist you with guided tours of the palace and the exhibitions.

We invite you to visit the Centre with your assistance dog or a guide dog.

  • In accordance with current regulations, you may enter the Silesian Culture Centre with an assistance dog.

Information for audibly-impaired visitors

Information and communication accessibility

  • at the reception there is visual information showing the layout of the rooms in the building,
  • the lift is adapted for visitors with hearing disabilities,
  • there is no induction loop in the building,
  • visitors wishing to use the services of a Polish Sign Language (PJM) interpreter are requested to contact the secretary’s office in advance,
  • PJM interpreters are present during some events at the Centre, relevant information is provided in the event announcements on the website,
  • audio recordings and films are successively supplemented with subtitles (CC) or transcription,

    Information for intellectually-impaired visitors and visitors with autism spectrum disorder

    Information and communication accessibility

    • we have prepared a brochure about the Silesian Cultural Centre in Nakło Śląskie with easy-to-read text (ETR) for people with intellectual disabilities and autism spectrum disorders. In the brochure you will find basic information about the building, opening hours and ticket prices, as well as descriptions of permanent exhibitions and selected events organised by the Centre.