The Zachęta National Gallery of Art is a contemporary-art museum in the center of Warsaw, Poland. The Gallery's chief purpose is to present and support Polish contemporary art and artists. With numerous temporary exhibitions of well-known foreign artists, the gallery has also established itself internationally.
The word "zachęta" means encouragement. The Zachęta Gallery takes its name from Towarzystwo Zachęty do Sztuk Pięknych, founded in Warsaw in 1860.
Tue –Sun: noon – 8 p.m.
Ticket office is open until 7:30 p.m.
Adults: PLN 15
Concession: PLN 10
Group: PLN 8
Family: PLN 18 (admission for up to 4 people, including maximum of two adults and children up to the age of 18)
Thursday – free admission