The cultural events in Trzebinia focus around several institutions engaging the local community in various forms of traditional and modern culture.


The Trzebinia Cultural Centre (which is a self-government institution) is the main organiser of cultural events for the inhabitants of the Trzebinia District. Every year it prepares among other things the Trzebinia Festival - the largest annual cultural event, the District Harvest Festival, town picnics, concerts as well as anniversaries and occasional events. 11 community centres arrange indoor activities and special interest club meetings for children, young people and adults. The community centres also organise activities for school children during winter and summer holidays, nativity plays and competitions.


In 2006 the modern "Sokół" Cinema with its air-conditioned auditorium for 216 viewers was opened in the seat of the Trzebinia Cultural Centre. Since 2007 the same building has also been the seat of the local Third Age University. There is a Regional Tourist Information Centre here, too, providing information about the region and Jura Krakowsko-Częstochowska.


The Trzebinia Cultural Centre includes art groups and music bands, Farmers' Wives' Associations and folklore groups representing the villages of the Trzebinia District - the award-winning „Płocanki” and „Bolęcanie” folklore groups have had considerable achievements in this field.


In the Zieleniewski Manor House the Trzebinia Cultural Centre organises classical music concerts, recitals of stage stars, cabaret evenings, poetry meetings, art exhibitions, ethnographic workshops and competitions. Meetings with artists and theatre actors are also very popular. Some of Poland's leading performers have appeared on this stage.


The inhabitants of Trzebinia cultivate the tradition of singing and making music together. The Town Brass Orchestra (formerly the Miners' Orchestra) and the „Echo” and „Milenium” choirs. Music lovers from all over Małopolska region are attracted to the outdoor opera and operetta performances staged during the Trzebinia Festival. They usually take place in the Palace and Park Complex in Młoszowa.


The annual events such as the Recreational Cycling Tour from Cracow to Trzebinia, the Harvest Festival, and well-liked occasional events all Poland's or international competitions are equally interesting.


Adam Asnyk Public Town Library in Trzebinia has been serving the local community since 16 January 1949. Originally a small institution, it has become a computerised library with approximately 200,000 volumes and nearly 100 periodicals. Its building includes a computer room, the Trzebinia Information Office and the United Nations Development Programme Library. The opening of the Media Centre aroused much interest. Its members can borrow films, music, audiobooks on different data carriers and use multimedia programmes and computers with broadband internet access.



Each year in June, we warmly invite you to an operetta staged Friday evening in unusual scenery of the park belonging to the park-palace complex of Młoszowa. The performance takes place in the park behind the palace where the lay of the land constitutes a natural amphitheatre. The palace attracts attention to itself with a combination of different architectural styles and arouses people’s interest with its unusual history.

The outdoor performances in Młoszowa have been organized for more than ten years, and it was here where, in 2005, a great show entitled “Here where Jan Kiepura sang” was staged. It was produced as a part of the Jan Kiepura European Festival initiated by Bogusław Kaczyński – an eminent music critic and expert.


Main events - cyclic cultural events:

  • 1-3 May Holidays' events
  • Special Oratorio Concert in Trzebinia
  • Recreational Bike Race Kraków - Trzebinia (April)
  • Outdoor operetta in Młoszowa (June)
  • Trzebinia’s Days (June)
  • Events on the Market Square (July and August)
  • Christmas Eve on the Market Square (December)