Rudnik on the San

The Centre is also adjusted to the needs of the disabled for whom the exhibition of monumental sculptures, the result of artistic open-air events, was arranged on the Centre yard.

The Wickerwork Centre is one of the most modern units of such a type in Poland,

breaking “museum stereotypes”. Both the utilitarian and artistic wickerwork products encourage to get acquainted with this eco-friendly material. Here, the original wickerwork exhibits may no only be admired, but also touched.

The visitors to this one of the seven Wonders of European Funds are still delighted with the constantly modified collections of wickerwork fashion. This admirable idea of promoting the traditional handicraft, implemented since 2000 in cooperation with Polish artists, is gaining popularity. The wonderful wickerwork outfits were presented during the conferences held in the Castle in Lublin, in the Royal Castle in Warsaw, EU Parliament and the Committee of the Regions in Brussels. Monumental wickerwork sculptures and dresses adorned by wickerwork jewellery are the distinguishing mark of the Polish Wickerwork Capital. The world of utilitarian (multiple wholesalers') and artistic wickerwork products (Wickerwork Centre) is visited by both townsmen and villagers, bringing their guests here and taking pride in the renovated historical building from 1890, operating in the new form since 22nd May, 2007.

Everyone leaves the Wickerwork Centre and Rudnik on the San with a smile on their faces, as if disbelieving that, according to the introductory note, wicker may be used for making almost everything. And everything is wonderful, aesthetic and eco-friendly.

The Polish Wickerwork Capital has sufficient accommodation and catering facilities, and the hospitality of those offering various attractions (fishing, mushroom picking, hiking, cycling, barbecues, learning the secrets of wicker basket weaving, tasting regional cuisine and learning local traditions) make every stay here nice and safe.


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