Centrum Scenografii Polskiej – A centre committed to documenting the achievements of Polish theatre and film set design.
Carpentry workshop – A building with a flexible space layout on the ground floor designed to host workshops and entertainment events. Its first floor provides an exhibition space for families with children to experience an educational adventure that draws upon Alfred Szklarski’s travel novels. “In the Footsteps of Tomek” is a challenge for all daredevils. They have to try to unravel the mystery of Tomek’s disappearance and visit five continents, just as Tomek did: Africa, South America, North America, Australia and Asia.
Main baths – The former baths now play the role of a service and research centre for other institutions, thanks to a complete overhaul and the cutting-edge equipment of the History, Archaeology and Ethnography Departments it now houses. The first floor of the building is dedicated to exhibitions.
Former tower of Warszawa II shaft – The shaft tower has been converted into an observation tower for tourists to enjoy the view of the Culture Zone and the city skyline.
Warszawa I shaft machine room – A building that now houses Moodro restaurant, a venue that blends tradition with modernity. Its unique interior and the panorama of Katowice will leave many breathless. This is a place where you can enjoy original variations of traditional cuisine created by real virtuosos.
Smithy – The building of the former smithy and mechanical workshop houses an exhibition on Silesian industry. The show includes old machines and devices such as hammers, presses and machine tools from industrial plants across Silesia, leading to an upcoming exhibition on the history of the local industry.