Korczew Palace is both a place to rest and a local cultural centre. This is why we organize permanent and temporary exhibitions, concerts, workshops, themed dinners and the most important event of the summer season, Green Korczew.
Every year we organise around three temporary exhibitions – these are mostly artistic or to do with history. The palace also hosts concerts, film screenings and literary evenings.
Three permanent exhibitions of ours are particularly noteworthy – of paintings by Wanda Ostrowska, on the relationship of the poet Cyprian Norwid with Korczew, and on the history of the palace and its surroundings.
Two events that gather thousands of people every year in Korczew are fixed elements in our calendar. Green Korczew is an annual festival co-organized with the Korczew Local Council, which combines entertainment with a presentation of everything that is best in the area: handicrafts, cuisine, and folk music. In the Autumn during the Magic of the 20s event we move back a hundred years, to see historic cars come to Korczew, and hear Marlene Dietrich's songs performed live.
The team at the Palace Forge preparinges special dinners for culinary enthusiasts. One example is a carp themed evening, during which our chef prepares four versions of dishes made of fish from the palace ponds.
We are also open to organizing artistic open-air events, workshops, and courses. If you are interested in working with us to organize an event of this type, please contact us.
Our events are offered to tourists and residents of the area. We want Korczew to be a regional cultural centre that is worth visiting not only for residents of Siedlce, Siematycze or Sokołów. The development of cultural life in the region is one of the key goals of the “Korczew Palace” Foundation.
The events associated with this place are particularly important to us. Many artists whose works were exhibited in our spaces are connected to the region of Podlasie Nadbużańskie. At the annual Green Korczew event, you can taste local cuisine and get to know products of local craftsmanship. A permanent history exhibit displays the evolution of spaces around the palace and shows how subsequent generations faced similar adversities.