Right in the middle of a well-established working-class neighborhood in Cleveland’s Slavic Village sits the Polish-American Cultural Center. The Center houses a community hall for banquets and other gatherings, complete with a stage and kitchen.
The walls have murals painted on them that depict Poland’s most prominent cities. The older two-story building next door houses the Polish museum and library. The museum has permanent exhibits showing Poland’s political and military history, its contributions to the arts, its involvement with the United States and cultural artifacts as well.