Wroclaw Contemporary Museum is one of the youngest cultural institutions of the city. Wroclaw has long needed a place that could present a large space for the latest trends in art. Former shelter at pl. Strzegomski after an extensive renovation and reconstruction became for him an ideal location. The distinctive building was adorned front installation commemorating Stanisław Dróżdż, one of the most famous artists of concrete poetry. The exhibition space in the center spread out over several floors. In addition to temporary exhibitions, there is also a permanent exhibition presenting the archive Jerzy Ludwiński, a well-known theorist and critic of art, focusing mainly on the Polish vanguard of the communist period. The museum also held a number of meetings, discussions and demonstrations that are dedicated to different topics of contemporary culture. Projects implemented by the museum is not limited to one group of customers, a wide range of activities may be of interest not only experienced art connoisseurs, but also young people and parents with children. An additional advantage is the management of the reconstruction of the roof of the bunker on the cafe which allows extensive terrace with a panoramic view of the city. "Cafe Museum" runs daily till late and is one of the few points above the rooftops of Wroclaw. MWW outside the enrichment of the city's cultural offer of threads younger art, in addition to the newly organized space around and contribute to the revitalization of Szczepin, housing closely adjacent him the old town.