Jan Haluszka I Chamber

The chamber is named after Jan Haluszka, a former counsellor and mining administrator of the Wieliczka Saltworks during the Austrian occupation in the 19th c. An interesting, vault-like shape of the chamber and the magnificent walls carved in green rock salt 135 meters underground have been admired by numerous public figures. The mine guest book records entries of persons who at the moment when they visited the “Wieliczka” Salt Mine were world leaders, among them U. S. President George Bush and NATO Secretary General Javier Solana.

The Jan Haluszka Chamber measures 24 x 10 m, and its floor area is of 240 m2. Located away from the tourist trail, it is a perfect place to hold banquets, balls, parties, conferences, symposia, training session, concerts, banquets, weddings, anniversary events and mining feasts for groups of up to 200 people.

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  • The Jan Haluszka Chamber is located 135 meters underground.
  • Balls, banquets, receptions, conferences, symposia, training sessions, concerts, special and integration events can be organised in the chamber.
  • The chamber measures 24 x 10 m with a height of about 13. 5 m, and its floor area is of 240 m2.
  • Depending on the setting, it can accommodate the following number of persons: theatre arrangement: 200; classroom arrangement: 100; semi-circle arrangement: 100; standing banquet: 150; sit-down banquet: 120.

The event organiser has at his disposition included in the chamber rent price:

  • Stage (7,7 x 3,2 m)
  • Large screen (3 x 2 m)
  • Multimedia projector (3000 ANSI)
  • MIPRO sound system
  • Rostrum
  • Flipchart
  • Mobile networks access
  • Internet access
  • Restaurant facilities
  • Cloakroom
  • Toilets

In addition, by prior arrangement, the organiser may provide for an additional charge:

  • Screen (1,8 x 2,45 m)
  • Multimedia projector (5000 ANSI)
  • Feature lighting
  • Expanded sound system
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