For objective reasons, the Philharmonic building has been closed to visitors for some time, therefore, as part of this year's Night of Museums, we would like to invite you for an online guided walk around the Most Beautiful Building in Europe. We want to remind our space to all those who long for the reopening
Online guided walk
On Saturday, May 15th at 9:00 PM on our Facebook page, we would like to invite you for an online walk around the Philharmonic. Without leaving the house, we will look into our acoustic gem the chamber hall and the heart of the Philharmonic the symphony hall. There will also be exhibition spaces the Level 4 gallery and the Gallery at the Orthodox Church, and places inaccessible to visitors, such as rehearsal rooms or an instrument store. We will show the illumination of the building, the process of building the building and the history of the place where the Philharmonic currently stands.
History of the Night of Museums
The first Night of Museums was held in Berlin in 1997. Due to the success of this event, other European cities joined the action and also started organizing similar cultural events. In Poland, the first Night of Museums was organized at the National Museum in Poznań in 2003 . The following year, the Night of Museums was also held in Krakow and Warsaw. Currently, several dozen Polish cities are actively involved in the Night of Museums.
Every year, the Philharmonic in Szczecin actively participates in this European event, except for last year's edition, which was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. This year, for the same reasons, we would like to invite you for a virtual walk through our pearl of architecture, but we hope that in a moment on May 21st we will be able to welcome you at our doorstep. We cannot wait!